The ISE novelty for the MIPRO brand is the system update for the series of digital microphones, which now has a much greater receiving range without signal loss
The German brand MIPRO has chosen ISE 2020 to launch the third generation of the ACT-800 Digital Microphone Series, with remarkable updates. not only have the receivers of the series been visually and technically revised, but also the transmitters.
The system now offers a bandwidth of 72MHz and, according to the company, a much greater receiving range without signal loss. With up to 48 interference-free channels and a user-defined group where 16 channels out of 2.881 frequencies can be selected and stored, the 800 series features a proprietary DSP audio processor and A/D converter, providing a dynamic range of >115Dba and <2.7ms latency.
The 1U dual- and quad-channel receivers can optionally be equipped with a Dante or AVB interface. The new handheld transmitter comes with a sliding protection cover, which is said to be simple and quick to access but protects the unit from accidental touch. A special battery compartment allows either rechargeable batteries or AA batteries to be used.
The microphone head thread was specially developed for MIPRO and Shure microphone capsule modules.
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