Altronics releases UHF wireless 16 channel receivers

Altronic Distributors announces the launch of a new range of wireless
receivers featuring 16 selectable UHF channels to allow interference-free
operation in a multisystem environment.

The new Altronics Redback C 8870F UHF wireless microphone system
receiver uses PLL synthesised technology, ensuring a consistent and clear
microphone signal with minimal dropout and noise interference. True diversity
operation ensures excellent reception quality, while a noise reduction system
automatically compensates for high level sound inputs to avoid distortion.

Ideal conditions allow a range in excess of 100m for the wireless
receivers. Output is via 3-pin XLR balanced or 6.35mm unbalanced. Rack mounting
options available for the Redback C 8870F UHF wireless microphone system
receivers include a single unit mounted into 1RU rack space using a pair of C
8871 rack mounting ears; or two units mounted side by side into 1RU rack space
using the included mounting hardware.

Redback C 8870F UHF wireless microphone system receivers offer super
high sensitivity, extremely low noise transmission and reception. The balanced
XLR to XLR audio lead provides flexible and professional performance for
stages, stadiums, places of worship, and professional sound installations.

Key features of Redback C 8870F UHF wireless microphone system receivers
include 16 channels in 520 – 550MHz UHF band; LED channel and power indicators;
front mounted volume and channel selector; PLL (Phase Locked Loop) synthesised
wireless microphone system with 16 selectable frequencies, allowing easy selection
of interference-free channels; Auto-Scan technology for easy and fast channel
set-up; True Diversity with two antennas to ensure highest reception quality; removable
aerials fitted with BNC connectors making the unit suitable for portable or
fixed installations; and in-built power supply included for C 8842 antenna

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