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UHF Wireless Instrument Microphone Condenser Mic System Lithium

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Receiver: RE-10 Frequency range: 660-690MHz Number of channels: 16 Receive sensitivity: -94dBm (sinadgt;30dB) Frequency response: 80Hz-15KHz±3dB Signal to noise ratio: ≥95dB Total harmonic distortion: 100dB Frequency mode: infrared frequency Display: LED digital tube Audio output: 6.35mm plug Antenna: Disassembled 1/4 antenna Power supply voltage: 3.7V lithium battery Continuous use time: 6 hours Transmitter: ST-5 Frequency range: 660-690MHz Number of channels: 16 Frequency offset: ±48KHz Microphone type: capacitive Directivity: heart-shaped pointing Micro core size: 14mm Sensitivity: -47db±2dB PR output: 10mW Indicator light: LED (PO/BATT) Frequency mode: infrared frequency Antenna: 1/4 antenna Power supply voltage: 3.7V lithium battery Continuous use time: 6 hours Package Included: 1X Transmitter 1X Receiver

UHF Wireless Instrument Microphone Condenser Mic System Lithium

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