WMS470 Instrumental Set
$609.00

Features

WMS470 Instrumental Set Compatible with WMS4000 accessories - Image

Compatible with WMS4000 accessories

For multichannel systems in critical environments

WMS470 Instrumental Set Up to 14 hours operation with one single battery - Image

Up to 14 hours operation with one single battery

Lowest operating costs using AA-size lithium dry battery

WMS470 Instrumental Set Pilot tone transmission - Image

Pilot tone transmission

For transmitter battery status monitoring and tone code squelch

WMS470 Instrumental Set Up to 48 simultaneous channels - Image

Up to 48 simultaneous channels

When combining several frequency bands

WMS470 Instrumental Set Enhanced automatic setup with channel preview - Image

Enhanced automatic setup with channel preview

For quick and easy system setup

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Item# 3307H00380

Description

Flexible and expandable

WMS470 is a professional multichannel wireless microphone system with pilot tone transmission to prevent unwanted noise. The Instrumental Set includes a PT470 body-pack transmitter in a compact and rugged housing providing supreme audio quality for demanding guitars and e-basses. The space diversity receiver offers both a microphone level and a line level output.

General Specifications

Carrier frequency range
500.1 MHz – 864.9 MHz
Switching bandwidth
30.5 MHz (depending on local regulations)
Modulation
FM (Frequency Modulation)
Audio bandwidth
35 to 20,000 Hz
Signal to Noise
120 dB-A

What's in The Box?

  • 1 x SR470 Receiver
  • 1 x PT470 Body-pack transmitter
  • 1 x MKG L Instrument cable
  • 1 x RMU4000 Rack mount kit
  • 1 x Universal power supply with US/UK/EU adapter
  • 1 x AA size battery
  • 2 x BNC UHF Antennas
  • 1 x BC400 Belt clip

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