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The latest in handheld digital wireless.
This DWZ Series 2.4 GHz digital wireless vocal set provides the convenience of untethered handheld microphone use with a wired level of audio performance. The package includes a ZTX-M01 handheld transmitter including an interchangeable dynamic cardioid microphone capsule along with a ZRX-M50 half rack size receiver. Supplied accessories include a mic holder, two antennas and AC adapter.
The handheld TX also supports use with optional Sony or third-party interchangeable microphone capsules. The receiver includes 3 audio outputs (1 x balanced XLR and 2 x unbalanced 1/4" phone). The receivers menu system provides access to clear channel scan or manual channel selection and a digital 5-band graphic EQ. The receivers LCD includes numeric indication of transmitter battery remaining time, diversity reception RF levels, audio level metering, EQ on/off status and display of selected channnel.
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Comments about Sony Digital Wireless Hand Held Package:
A complete disaster of a design. I had high hopes for this unit since the build quality of the mic itself is excellent. The sound quality was very poor and I tried two of them. In order to get any usable gain levels the noise floor was so high it was unusable. And this was on two separate units. I did adjust all the internal dip switch to try to gain stage it properly but it just was terrible at any setting. The Line 6 XD-75 handheld at around the same price absolutely blows the doors off this Sony. I have 4 of those and they work flawlessly all the time with amazing sound quality and drop-out free always. The Sony only gives you 6 channels where the Line 6 gives you 14. The Line 6 is a much more professional package which comes with rack mounts, antenna extensions, a nice case. The only downside is the battery cap which is plastic. The Sony is VERY long too even moreso than the Line 6. This Sony unit is really no where near a Pro level...it doesn't even come with a rack mount...you have to spend more coin for that and no one carries it in the US! Sony is so hit or miss with there products....this is a definite MISS.