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Audio-Technica 3000 Series Wireless Lavalier Microphone System ATW-3131BC
$658.8
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Product Description
The Audio-Technica ATW-3131b is a frequency agile, true-diversity wireless lavalier microphone system which is part of the 3000 Series. It is designed to provide reliable, professional UHF technology for the most demanding audio applications. The system includes the ATW-R310b receiver, ATW-T310b UniPak Transmitter, and AT831cW Cardioid Lavalier Microphone.The ATW-R310b Receiver features frequency adjustable UHF reception, allowing access of up to 200 user-selectable channels. Diversity reception allows 2 built-in, independent receivers to rely on a single frequency for the strongest possible reception. The rear panel includes both unbalanced 1/4 inch phone and balanced XLR outputs. A comprehensive back-lit LCD display on the front panel reveals channel and frequency settings, signal status, and transmitter battery status. The receiver also features a ground lift switch, convenient in settings where bad power feeds result in ground hum and noise on the output stage.The ATW-T310b Bodypack Transmitter features Audio-Technica's unique UniPak input connector. The input conveniently accepts both line and microphone level signals (adjustable) allowing it to be used for both instruments and microphones. The system includes the AT831cW Cardioid Lavalier Microphone, and an assortment of compatible microphones and instrument cables are also available separately from Audio-Technica. This lightweight transmitter operates on 2 AA Alkaline batteries for up to 6 hours (High) and 8 hours (Low).Product Features:
  • ATW-R310b Receiver
  • ATW-T310b UniPak Transmitter
  • AT831cW Lavalier
  • Band C: 541.500 - 566.375 MHz
  • Frequency Response: 70 Hz to 15 kHz (%2B1 dB, -3 dB)
Reviews From Buyers
These units sound great, I have used as many as 16 with 16 other brands at the same time with no problems, better to scan the system every time you use them no matter where you are, as there will be surprises, other wirelesses you did not know about and TV stations. The hand held condenser sounds as good as any mike I have used, high pass filter is a handy feature, mid high boost is handy too. Mute/Power loc comes in handy for fidgety actors, speakers and kids. double lock battery compartment is a pain, but works. You must train people how to use the hi-rose connectors properly on the belt packs or tell em to keep their hands off. You must take the time to train the user on the handheld mute and belt pack mute if you don't want problems. Alert light solves a lot of problems when using these systems, also when scanning a bunch of units, make sure the transmitters are spread out a bit, or you will have a lot of harmonics and run out of channels. I have been using wireless since the 80's and what you get for the $ is incredible, I had a 4 channel Vega system from the 80's, you can buy 12 of these for what those cost. You must read the instructions and understand them to get the best performance out of them. been using these systems for over 9 years. Wish the belt packs and mic cases were metal. But then you would just buy the 4000s....:)
Features
  • ATW-R310b Receiver
  • ATW-T310b UniPak Transmitter
  • AT831cW Lavalier