Up to 50m Transmission Range, 16 Switchable Channels
Adopting advanced UHF wireless technology, SYNCO WMic-T1 (one transmitter and one receiver), supports up to 50m transmission range in the open areas. With an omnidirectional pickup head and 16 optional channels, this microphone will record audio with more details and produce high-fidelity sound.
Support Camera/Smartphone, Various Application
With a universal 3.5mm connector and cold shoe adapter, this microphone system can be connected to smartphones, digital SLR cameras, camcorders, recorders, personal computers. Suitable for the interview, short video recording, business presentation, and other applications, etc.
Compact Size, Multiple Indicator Lights
Although WMic-T1 has a super tiny body of 3.78*2.36*0.74 inches, weighing only 1.9 oz, it supplies different status lights for checking in real-time. For example, the battery indicator will turn red and start flicker when power is going to run out; Digital light will display the channel number or volume level; Once the channel matches successfully, the IR/RF red light will keep on; When there are voices input, the audio green light will flicker.
Real-time Audio Monitoring System (RAMS)
In contrast to other similar devices in the market, WMic-T1 is designed with a real-time audio monitoring system. Through a professional 3.5mm output interface, you can test whether it is working normally during recording, to avoid time and energy waste. 1-5 levels gain adjustment.
70dB of SNR, Extremely Low Noise
Using DSP(Digital signal processing) technology, WMic-T1 minimizes the signal noise in the wireless transmission system. As the SNR is above 70dB, this microphone could reproduce the original sound perfectly. Good for audio recording and video shooting!
3.5mm TRS Output Cable*1
3.5mm TRRS Output Cable*1
Cold Shoe Adapter*1
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