Beta 58A with ULX2 Handheld Transmitter
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The Beta 58A with the ULX2 transmitter features the Beta 58A supercardioidPicks up most sound in front of the microphone and very little from the sides, making it more directional than a cardioid mic. Read moreGo to the glossary dynamic microphoneDynamic mics have a simple, rugged construction and can handle very high sound pressure levels.Read moreGo to the glossary head which gives you superior sound quality and is tailored for lead and backing vocals. It also provides maximum isolation from other onstage sounds.
The ULX2 Wireless Handheld Transmitter offers advanced features and controls including a backlit LCD display showing group, channel and battery fuel guage. It also has frequencyThis is how many times a sound or radio wave oscillates in one second.Read moreGo to the glossary and power lockout cabability and can be used continuously for up to 8 hours using 1 x 9v Battery (included).
- Power: On/Off Switch, Battery
- LED-Green When ON, Red When Battery Low
- Three-segment Battery Power Icon
- PEAK Icon-Appears When Audio Signal Overloads
- Group/Channel Displays
- SET Button for Saving Settings
- Adjustable Audio Gain Control
- Battery Cover Unscrews to Expose Battery and Gain Control
- Effective Range: 100 m (300 ft.) under optimal conditions
- Audio Frequency ResponseThis is the range of frequencies, from the lowest to the highest, that a mic can pick up.Read moreGo to the glossary: 25 to 15,000 Hz, ±2 dB
- Transmitter Gain Adjustment Range: 25 dB
- Receiver Audio Output Level (±38 kHz deviation, 1 kHz tone)
- XLR connector (into 600 ohm load): +3.9 dBV (line), –17 dBV (mic)
- 1/4 inch connector (into 3000 ohm load): –2 dBV
- RF SensitivityThis is how mich signal a microphone produces for a given amount of sound.Read moreGo to the glossary: 1.26 μV for 12 dB SINAD (typical)
- Image Rejection: 80 dB typical
- Spurious Rejection: 75 dB typical
- Ultimate Quieting (reference ±38 kHz deviation) : >105 dB, A-weighted
- System Distortion (reference ±38 kHz deviation, 1 kHz modulation): 0.3% total harmonic distortionTotal Harmonic Distortion is a measure of how much electrical noise a device produces. Read moreGo to the glossary, typical
- Power Requirements: 9V alkaline battery; 8.4 V Nicad optional
- Battery Life: 8 to 9 hours (with 9V alkaline battery)
- Operating Temperature Range: - 20° to 49° C (- 4° to 120° F)
- Overall Dimensions: 228.6 L x 51 mm
- Net Weight: 258 g
- RF Power Output: 30 mW maximum
- Dynamic RangeThis is the difference between the queitest and loudest sound that a mic can pick up.Read moreGo to the glossary: >100 dB, A-weighted
Frequency ranges and power output for the transmitters
|M2||662-698 MHz||30 mW|
|S3 **|| |
* Primary UK frequency version covering Channel 38. Usable now and after the 2012 switchover.
** Can be used after 2012 switchover if tuned to licence free deregulated spectrum (863-865) ONLY.
Channel 38 switchover information and helpline 01992 703038
Please note that a valid license is required to operate wireless equipment in Channel 38. Contact JFMG at www.jfmg.co.uk for details.