Avlex MIPRO ACT-818/828, ACT-80T/ACT-80H
Wideband true digital wireless system
MIPRO ACT-818/828 receivers are available in single-channel (ACT-818) and dual-channel (ACT-828) configurations. Both models are true diversity digital systems with no companding to ensure pristine audio quality. These receivers employ 256-bit encryption that can be enabled/disabled as required, and operate from 480MHz to 698MHz over three bands, each with expanded 64MHz bandwidth. With true digital transmission, these receivers employ 24-bit/44.1kHz audio sampling, a true dynamic range of 115dBA, SmartEQ with capsule emulation and low latency. The MIPRO ACT-80H encryptable handheld microphone transmitter features lightweight magnesium alloy housing that is both rugged and comfortable to hold. This microphone has a true condenser cardioid capsule with 12+ hours performance from two AA batteries. In addition to a manual mute on/off, this unit features an auto mute function when lowered by one's side, etc. A bodypack transmitter is also available.
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