Includes ATW-R700 receiver, ATW-T701 transmitter and PRO 92cW headworn microphone (beige).
Audio-Technica’s 700 Series Freeway wireless delivers professional features and sound quality unheard of in its class. These easy-to-use wireless systems feature eight selectable frequency-coordinated channels, diversity operation for increased range/reliability, automatic frequency scanning, Tone Lock™ squelch and more. 700 Series Freeway systems come equipped with your choice of handheld, headworn, or lavalier microphones; or choose a system designed for guitar hookup. For multiple-mic applications, as many as eight systems may be used together.
8 selectable frequency-coordinated UHF channels
Use up to 8 simultaneous systems—all channels compatible
Automatic frequency scanning
Diversity operation for increased range/reliability
LED Channel display plus Antenna, AF Peak indicators
Balanced XLR and unbalanced ¼” output connectors
Tone Lock™ squelch system eliminates interference when transmitter is off
UniPak® transmitter features: separate guitar/mic trim control, switchable high/low RF power, internal channel selector, multi-color battery/power indicator, AA operation
Handheld transmitter features: variable trim control, internal channel selector, multi-color battery/power indicator, AA operation
Freeway body-pack systems are compatible with all Audio-Technica Wireless Essentials® microphones and cables
Audio Technica ATW701 Receiver, Transmitter and Pro 92CW Headworn Microphone Black
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