Lav it Up!What you want is a wireless microphone system that's flexible, easy to setup, and totally reliable. What you don't want is a hole in your checkbook, a migraine, and a ton of extra work. What you need is a Sony UWP system. Here's what's cool about Sony UWP wireless systems - they're totally modular and you can always count on them. First you need a base unit, like a MB-X6 tuner base or SRP series powered mixer. The MB-X6 tuner base can house, power, and provide antenna distribution to up to six URX-M2 wireless receiver modules, like the one in the Sony UWP-X7 wireless lavalier mic system.
The Sony UWP-X7 system also comes with a slim and sturdy UTX-B2 wireless bodypack transmitter and an excellent ECM-X7BMP unidirectional lavalier microphone. Once you've got your receiver base, all you do is pop in the receiver, automatically sync the transmitter to the receiver, and you're good to go! It seriously takes only a few minutes to add a complete wireless channel to your system. And when it comes to performance, Sony's precision PLL Synthesized System and Space Diversity Reception System makes sure dropouts aren't a problem. So when you're running a Sony UWP-X7 wireless lavalier system in your rig, the only performance you have to worry about is the one going on onstage.
Sony UWP-X7 Wireless Lavalier Microphone System Features at a Glance:
- An excellent wireless system for live performance sound reinforcement
- System consists of an ECM-X7BMP unidirectional lavalier microphone, a UTX-B2 wireless bodypack transmitter, and a URX-M2 wireless receiver (tuner)
- Includes windscreens and a microphone-holder clip for the ECM-X7BMP unidirectional lavalier microphone, as well as a belt clip for the UTX-B2 bodypack
- Receiver (tuner) module is not a standalone unit and must be installed in MB-X6 tuner base or SRP series powered mixer
- Frequency Range 638MHz - 662MHz (TV channels 42 to 45) with 188 selectable frequencies
- Occupied RF bandwidth 24MHz
- Compatible with other Sony UWP series wireless devices operating on the same frequencies