W-Audio DTM 600 Twin Beltpack UHF Wireless Mic System (606.0mHz-614.0mHz)
The DTM 600 Wireless Microphone System is a diverse kit featuring a headset and lavalier microphone, alongside twin belt packs which can be used at the same time. This kit is perfect for live talks and conferences.
The W-Audio DTM 600 Diversity Wireless Microphone Kit is a great choice for live talks/performances on stage, at conferences and in schools/colleges.
The receiver unit itself can accept two transmitters, allowing for two microphones to be in use at the same time, and functions via UHF, channel 38. This frequency range will provide a clear and uninterrupted sound, and can be cycled through 300 presets between 606.0mHz-614.0mHz to avoid clashing with other wireless systems.
It can also be rack-mounted for easy storage.
Sound quality is very high on the DTM 600. It provides a crystal-clear audio with little to no colouration, ensuring what is being picked up by the microphone is exactly what is played back.
Included in the DTM 600 kit are two types of microphone. One is a lavalier mic, great for interviews and live talks. The other is a headset microphone which is a great choice for performances which require a lot of movement, or in situations where lavalier microphone is not possible.
There are two of each type included, so can be mixed and matched.
A huge benefit of the DTM Diversity Series is with its flexibility in microphones choice. While the DTM 600 Kit comes with a Lavalier and Headset microphone, the receiver will accept any compatible microphone in the Diversity range, including the handheld microphones, allowing the user to pick and choose, depending on the occasion.
Key features include:
Rack Mount Kit Included
300 Preset Frequencies
LCD Display for Receiver and Transmitter (Displays RF level, AF level, channel and frequency)
IR Sync for Easy Setup
Includes 2x Belt Pack Transmitters, 2x Headset Mic, 2x Lavalier Mic, 1x Receiver Unit.
Phase Lock Loop (PLL)
Auto frequency scanning and spectrum display
Balanced XLR output for each channel plus unbalanced mixed output