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Phonic W5 Wireless Speaker System
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System includes a digital transmitter and 2 digital receivers. The transmitter takes line or digital signals from home audio devices, converts it to ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Digital wireless for home theater and stereo systems.
System includes a digital transmitter and 2 digital receivers. The transmitter takes line or digital signals from home audio devices, converts it to digital if needed, and transmits it to the receivers connected to your active speakers. The system eliminates messy cables, interference, and noise, and allows encrypted security. Transmitter range is up to 100 meters.
Consumer Alert:Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.
Starter kit offering one transmitter unit and 2 receiver units
High audio quality through 2.4 GHz Uncompressed PCM transmission
Varied inputs and outputs, including USB 2.0 (for PC only), optical S/PDIF and RCA
1100mAH Li-ion battery embedded into receiver with a life up to 4 hours
Supports multiport link: one transmitter can link to between 1 and 5 receivers
Range: up to 100 meters
Provides 16-bit audio at sampling rates between 32, 44.1 and 48khz
Easy system link between receiver and transmitter
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Type: Digital Wireless Receiver Box unit
Analog Audio Interface: Stereo RCA jacks; L x 1, R x 1
Output Terminals Level/ Impedance: 1.2V/480 ohms
Digital output Terminal: Optical S/PDIF out
Battery life: approx. 3hrs
Battery charge time: Power on stage 5 hrs, Power off 2 hrs
Power jack: DC+5V power jack
Type: Digital Wireless Transmitter Box unit
Analog Audio Interface: Stereo RCA jacks
Input Terminals Level/Impedance: 800mV/ 33K ohms
USB 2.0 Interface: USB mini-B port
USB Audio Format: Linear PCM: 16-bit 32/44.1/48KHz
Power jack: DC+5V power jack
Power button and Indicator:
1. Push and hold this button for 2 seconds to turn the unit on
2. Holding this button down for 5 seconds while the unit turn the unit
RF button and Indicator
Push and hold this button simultaneously with the receiver unit RF button
and a wireless link will be established between the two. The blue
LED indicator below the button will flash briefly and then remain on
to show that a connection has been established.
RF Button: Press down 2 secReceiver Unit
Reviewed by 6 customers
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Unit does not keep a contant audio connection. Audio cuts out alot!!!
I purchased this based on the documentation that the receivers and transmitters would work up to 100 meters. I have tried multiple setups and in all cases the link between the units drops when units are about 10 meters apart.
Even though I read the reviews from the other musicians/djs I bought a set. I thought that it was doing well in the music room but then I moved outdoors and ther was no signal on one channel from the mixing board.What a dissapointment.
I was looking for a wireless system to use while DJ'ing. I want to run a second PA on the other side of the room to even out coverage in a large room or maybe to supply audio to the next room over for cocktails. On paper these units would fit the bill very well. I really liked that it came with two stereo receivers, further increasing my options by opening the possibility of having two axillary PA's. I've been trying them out in my house for week, streaming audio from my home computer. The transmitter and receivers are all on the same wall of the house. One receiver is in the next room (~30 ft through a wall). The other receiver is upstairs. (~40 ft through a wall and the ceiling)Operation: Easy to use. Sych'ing the two units took a couple of tries, but it's not too tough. After they're sync'd, you're ready to use them again and again, with any interaction other than turning them on and off. Wireless Quality: They're OK. Maybe a couple of times an hour I would hear a very minor drop--like a syllable or so. It's fine for listening in the house, but too much I feel for professional use. Admittedly, I didn't do anything to try to made the signal quality better. I might have been able to improve the wireless performance by changing location of the units, wireless network channel, antenna direction, covering my house in tin foil, etc. I would have started doing these things except for the next issue...Audio Quality: You can hear a very noticeable delay from the transmitter input to the receiver output. When I was standing in the hallway between one room with audio straight from the computer and the other room with audio from the receiver, it sounded like I was in a very large hall with echo off the far wall(s). These are digital units, and like talking to someone on a cellphone who's next to you, and hearing their voice both directly and through the phone, there's that odd sounding delay. Additional features: I only looked at the very basic features--analog in and analog out. I didn't try the USB input on the transmitter, the digital output on the receiver, or the battery operation. There is no battery door for replacement. Since batteries WILL wear out, in my mind, this puts them into the realm of a disposable consumer product and implies that they are not made to be long term professional equipment. Think of all the battery operated products you have and think of which ones can't change the battery? I think of Happy Meal toys--once the battery wears out, you just toss them. (Apple is the obvious exception to this...)Bottom Line: I think these would OK for use in the house. But, they have some flaws that wil prevent me from using them professionally--the delay is the deal killer for me.
OMG, I was so disappointed. These guys write this product up like it is designed for the professional sound contractor or musician. They market it to the working musician and it is more for the home stereo/TV user who wants to bring music to his back porch without wires. I just got it and used it on a gig that is a large open hotel lobby . The transmitter and receiver were no more than 40 yards apart. The unit brags of capabilities of up to 100 meters. At 40 yards or less with direct sight of each antenna, no blockage and nothing in between, it popped in and out of service not to mention the delay in sound from the speaker that was directly playing music out of the mixer. It created a stadium echo effect. I then moved it with 10 yards and it stopped the popping in and out but the delay it caused was unacceptable. There is no way to use this item unless you are using it as your sole speaker system and are going to be in very close to the base unit. Also the RCA connectors are bogus. What professional sound man or musician plugs into their Power PA Speakers with RCA jacks. I should have realized when I saw that it would never work in a professional sound environment. When I called the company, their people here in the state never had an opportunity to work with them before they pushed them out to the public with all this hype you read when buying them which is total bull. Don't waste your time like I did. I was so wanting this to work. I can't tell you how disappointed I was. STAY AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT. I called and complained heavily to both the company PHONIC and the dealer. They apologized for what I had to deal with and promptly issued me a return label via Email which I thought was very proactive on their part and I have returned it.
I bought this unit two weeks ago to make wireless my home theater system. It seems to work well enough. Range is < 15 feet but good sound quality within that range.