UHF DSP AL21 PACK SOLO
This pack contains the following elements:
Combine your AL21 Romanelli mic pack with the UHF B210 DSP Solo for wireless sound reproduction of your diatonic/chromatic accordion using two mics. You can also connect two AL21 mics directly to the UHF B210 Solo bodypack using a Y-cable with the AL21 mic pack.
" The sound of the accordion is one of the most complicated to reproduce, so our challenge was to create a mic pack, the Romanelli AL21, which emphasises quality, strength and ease of use. We're very happy with the outcome.
With Prodipe's new UHF B210 DSP you can now play a diatonic or chromatic accordion with a wireless system. The DSP circuit is perfect for managing UHF frequencies.
With DSP technology, UHF provides the type of quality you'd expect from a wired system. Relish the excellent sound balance when you play music. It's wireless meets wired.
And as for the UHF side of things, the electronics have been designed to resist interference and guarantee the integrity of the signal at all times."
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- Directivity: cardioid
- Output Impedance: 2.2 KΩ
- Sensitivity: -47dB ±3dB (0dB=1V/Pa at 1KHz)
- Cable length: 1 m
- Pression max. SPL: 140dB
- Signal - noise: 68dB
- Frequency response: 50Hz - 20KHz
UHF DSP AL21 PACK SOLO sytem's main functions:
- Type de transmission : UHF
- Bande passante : 630 - 680MHz
- Fréquences : 1 x 100
- Dynamique : >90dB
- Distorsion harmonique : <0.1%
- Réponse en fréquence : 30Hz à 20KHz
- Portée : 60 M
Système - Transmetteur :
- Puissance : 10mW
- Type de modulation : FM
- Sensibilité : RX < -94dBm
- Alimentation : LR6 (AA) 1.5V × 2 (environ 8h)
Système - Récepteur :
- Puissance alimentation : AC100~240V (50-60Hz)
- Voltage : 12V
- S/N ratio : >96dB
- Sortie audio asymétrique : Jack 6.35 mm
- Sortie audio symétrique : XLR
This piece of radio equipment is designed to be used at professional musical events or similar and for radio broadcasts.
This equipment conforms to the requirements of the RED 2014/53/EU European Directive. The frequencies used are subject to license in Belgium and Germany. Before using the equipment, please act in accordance with the provisions of the law currently operating in your country.