Movo WMIC80 UHF Expandable Wireless Lavalier Microphone System with Lavalier Mic & Bodypack Transmitter, Portable Receiver, Shoe Mount for DSLR Cameras (330′ Range)

June 25, 2019 - Comment

The Movo WMIC80TR is a UHF wireless lavalier microphone system that operates over UHF frequencies of 568 MHz-599 MHz. It has 2 groups of 48 selectable channels (96 unique frequencies) and can operate and connect at over 330 feet (more than a football field away!). Whether your recording and transmitting audio from a wedding, social

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The Movo WMIC80TR is a UHF wireless lavalier microphone system that operates over UHF frequencies of 568 MHz-599 MHz. It has 2 groups of 48 selectable channels (96 unique frequencies) and can operate and connect at over 330 feet (more than a football field away!). Whether your recording and transmitting audio from a wedding, social event or even an up and close interview the WMIC80 will provide HQ satisfactory audio for all your needs. You can attach your receiver unity directly to your shoe mount on your camera to sync the audio right to your camera.

The included omnidirectional lavalier microphones provide uniform frequency response and limits unwanted noise pickup. The microphones can clip on to your shirt with the lapel clips while you attach the transmitters to your waistband or belt for easy portability and comfortability from a long distance.

This product is backed by a 1 year Movo Warranty

What’s in The Box
Wireless Receiver
Bodypack Transmitter)
Omnidirectional Lav Mic
Lapel Clip
Windscreens
Belt Clip
Camera Shoe Mount
3.5mm Output Cable
XLR Output Cable
System Carrying Case
User Manual
1 Year Warranty

System Specs
Frequency Range: 568-599 MHz
Frequency Response: 60Hz-15KHz +/- 3dB
Operating Range: Over 330-feet (100m), without obstacles
Audio Input Connector: 3.5mm TRS Mini-jack
Power supply: Two AA batteries (up to 6 hours of run-time)

FAQ How do I reduce hissing in my audio? To reduce hiss, it is highly recommended to turn-off the auto gain control in your camera settings menu.

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