PD PD722H Wireless Handheld Microphone System, Set of 2 (UHF 2-Channel)


PD PD722H Wireless Handheld Microphone System, Set of 2 (UHF 2-Channel)
( LLA0492 )

( LLA0492 )

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Key Features

  • Wireless handheld microphone system with two UHF microphones
  • Provides crystal clear audio output
  • Ideal for presentations, live vocal performances, conferences, rehearsals and more
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Product Description

Introducing the PD722H 2 channel UHF dual wireless microphone system from Power Dynamics. This professional and reliable system comes with two handheld mics with a rubber coated finish allowing for a solid grip and reduced noise handling during performances that work on 2 separate frequencies combined with a PLL receiver. The PD722H provides crystal clear audio output and is the perfect choice for those seeking a microphone system for presentations, live vocal performances, band rehearsals, conferences, karaoke and much, much more.

  • Dual UHF channels per system, two possibilities: 863.9MHz and 864.9MHz or 863.1 and 864.5MHz
  • 2 x Handheld microphones
  • PLL oscillator
  • Rubberised coating on microphone for minimal handling noise
  • Receiver equipped with LED VU meter
  • Balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4" outputs
  • Suitable for 19" rack
  • Aluminium case
  • RF Output: 30mW
  • Dynamic Range: Over 80 dB
  • Frequency response: 60Hz - 15kHz
  • Frequency Stability: 0.002% PLL
  • THD: Under 0.5%
  • Signal To Noise Ratio: Over 80 dB
  • Input Sensitivity: 50uS
  • Audio Output: +/-400mV
  • Receiver Dimensions: 200 x 480 x 44mm
  • Microphone Dimensions: 51 x 241mm
  • Weight: 1.8kg
  • MPN: 179.140
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Product Questions
What is the working range on these
Question by: Wayne on 9 Sep 2019, 18:07
If there is reasonable line of sight between the mics and the receiver then these can operate up to 50m, if there is a lot of physical obstruction then the range will be reduced significantly
Answer by: Russell Nie on 11 Sep 2019, 12:45