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|Type of Transmitter||35BT Bodypack Transmitter|
|Battery Type/Approx. Life||2x "AA" Alkaline (2 x 1.5 V) - 6-8 hours runtime 2x "AA" rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2 V)|
|Deviation||+/- 40 kHz @ 1 kHz Modulation MIC Input - 11 dBm|
|RF Power||25 mW|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||2.52 x 3.93 x 1.16" (64 x 100 x 27 mm)|
|Weight||6 oz (170 g)|
|Overall Frequency Response||50 to 15 kHz|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||>84 dB (100% Deviation)|
|# Of Channels||188|
|# Of Simultaneous Systems||9|
|Type of System||Portable UHF Dual-Channel Bodypack System|
|RF Carrier Frequency Range||UHF 188 Freq. (566.125-589.875 MHz)|
|Approx. Working Range||200 - 300'|
|Antenna Type||2x Pivoting Diversity High-Gain Antenna|
|Type of Receiver||330UPR On-Camera Dual-Channel Receiver|
|Type of Outputs||MIC Level - Balanced 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini-Jack -28 dBm (100% Deviation - Mic Level)|
|Headphone Monitoring||Yes 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini-Jack|
|Battery Type/Approx. Life||2x "AA" Alkaline (2 x 1.5 V) - 5-6 hours runtime 2x "AA" rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2 V)|
|Mounting Options||Attached/Removable Shoe-Mount|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||2.87 x 4.45 x 1.59" (73 x 113 x 40.5 mm)|
|Weight||10.2 oz (290 g) w/batteries|
|Package Weight||3.9 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||16.5 x 12.0 x 3.8"|
Bought this after reading the above reviews, clearly the good ones are a plant by Azden, they have to be. I tested this system out and it sort of works in a straight line with no obstructions but even then the sound clips on and off.
Have seen mixed reviews with this product... Our experience has been positive! Good sound quality and no drop out! Have only used it a couple times so far, and it performed well! Instructions could be a little better!
We use this mic set to produce an HD television show and we love it. Good mics are hard to come by and these seem to work great for us.
Bought this as an upgrade from our entry level Azdem WLX dual channel system, which is very much a consumer system. Audio quality of the 330 is much better, as is build quality. But unfortunately, constant audio dropouts made is almost unuseable.
I use it for single and dual mic in wedding and training video applications. The only downside is that the receiver is pretty big, and so I cannot use my on-camera light and my 330LT at the same time, while I can with my 310XT.
Great little system, easy to use right out of the box, however, if you're a professional looking for prolonged, good audio, then this is not for you. The system drops out frequently (even in a controlled studio environment), causing frequency pops in your audio (ruins long projects like confrence...
I bought this set after doing extensive research. It was a step up in quality from what I was expecting, as I was looking for something to learn with. That made me very happy. I wanted something that I could mic two individuals with, and add a wireless mic to the mix later on.
I used it straight out of the box at a trade show, within 5 minutes I had it set up and running like a champ. I used headphones to monitor feedback which helped, although adjustment came down to moving the mike closer/further away. The two channels were easily transferred and edited later.
Since I do a fair amount of interviews with two people on camera, I definitely needed a dual-channel system that was little hassle and easy to mount on my Panasonic hmc-150. While the mounting system is great - simple, straightforward, easy to set up and take apart, lightweight, and portable, I...
I was looking for this kind of microphone to conduct TV interviews. The microphone work good for me, especially at indoor areas. The price is a little bit higher than what I was looking for.