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  • Need the freedom from cables that a wireless system provides but tired of constantly replacing batteries? Then the VHF-3300 is your answer, delivering fully rechargeable dual wireless microphones.

    Licenses are required to use wireless microphones on vacant TV channels in the United States as they are a part of the Broadcast Auxiliary Service (BAS). However, this requirement is often overlooked and rarely enforced by the FCC. Licenses are available only to broadcasters, cable networks, television and film producers. However, the FCC has issued a Report and Order stating that they now no longer allow Broadcast Auxiliary Service (BAS) devices to operate in the 698–806 MHz portion of the spectrum due to their auction of the 700 MHz band. This change is unrelated to, but commonly confused with, the White Space device debate that is currently taking place in the U.S.

  • Features:
    - Diversity operation. Diversity switch silently selects the strongest signals from the 2 aerials for maximum signal reliability.
    - 'Pilot Tone Squelch' system further enhances signal relibility.
    - Uses Channel 70 (863-865) frequencies which are de-regulated for wireless microphone use in the UK and most EU countries. No license required.
    - Frequency agile system allows user to quickly and easily switch frequency if another wireless system is being used in the vicinity
    - Comfortable, great sounding headset microphone system for hands free operation.
    - Flexible gooseneck for accurate positioning
    - Foam windshield included to minimise breath noise.
    - Lightweight pocketpack transmitter with belt clip.
    - Transmitter sensitivity control allows the transmission level to be adjusted to avoid clipping (distortion) at the receiver. Particularly useful for the louder vocalist!
    - Channel selection switches with LCD so you quickly see selected channel.
    - Output level contol on receiver allows output to be matched to mixing desks input.
    - Professional XLR output. So a normal mic lead can be used to connect the receiver to your soound system. No Jack-XLR cables required
    - Audio level metre and peak indicators on receiver. Lets you know if sound is being transmitted to the receiver and to check it's not distorting. (Sensitivity on the transmitter can be adjusted to correct this).
    - Long battery life; approx' 10 hours from 2 alkaline AA. Battery status indicator lets you know if battery levl is becoming low.

    Need the freedom from cables that a wireless system provides but tired of constantly replacing batteries? Then the VHF-3308 is your answer, delivering fully rechargeable dual wireless microphones.

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    In the UK, use of wireless microphone systems requires a Wireless Telegraphy Act license, except for the license free bands of 173.8–175.0 MHz and 863–865 MHz, sometimes referred to as "Channel 70" (This is not to be confused with TV Channel 69, which was 854–862 MHz. In the UK Channel 69 frequencies always required a license from JFMG Ltd. Use of Channel 69 is no longer permitted and licences are no longer available for that band.)

How to set up the Xbox 360 Wireless Microphone

Introduced in 1958, the CR-4 wireless microphone was being recommended as early as 1960 for theatre performances and nightclub acts. Animal trainers at in California were wearing the $250 device for performances in 1961. The 27.12 MHz solid-state FM transmitter was capable of fitting into a shirt pocket. Said to be effective out to 100 feet (30 m), it mounted a flexible dangling antenna and a detachable dynamic microphone. The tube-based receiver incorporated a carrying drawer for the transmitter and a small monitor loudspeaker with volume control.