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Mipro Introduces ACT-81/82 Wireless Microphone Systems

Jan 18, 2007 8:00 AM


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Mipro’s ACT-81/82 wireless microphone systems feature proprietary 128-bit encryption and a sub-band ADPCM algorithm to eliminate background noise. Housed in a rugged metal receiver with a full-color Vacuum Florescent Display (VFD) display, the controls are intuitive and accessible for easy system setup via a single rotary switch and Autoscan and ACT (automatic channel targeting) channel setup. PC-controllable software allows simultaneous monitoring and control of multiple, large-scale systems.

Advanced, proprietary DSP algorithms have been developed to make the signal conversions in the transmitter and the receiver, guaranteeing digital audio quality and reliable digital RF transmission. It sounds almost as good as cabled microphone.

The ACT-81/82 wireless microphone systems combine premium sound and rock-solid reliability with advanced features including 24-bit audio quality and digital RF transmission. DigitnamicPlus technology eliminates compander noise to accurately restore the original sound quality.

A vocal system comes equipped with a handheld transmitter featuring an anti-pop and anti-roll microphone capsule module with extremely low-touch noise characteristics. Additionally, handheld (ACT-8H) and bodypack (ACT-8T) transmitter features include a multi-function LCD indicator for working channel, transmitter battery status, input levels, and error code. The ACT-8H handheld transmitter features a built-in and detachable li-polymer battery pack that can be recharged alone or together with transmitter. Its miniature size and high efficiency design allows for up to eight continuous hours of operation.

Features and Benefits
—24-bit audio quality and digital RF transmission
—Proprietary 128-bit encryption guarantees secure audio transmission, preventing unauthorized listening
—DigitnamicPlus technology eliminates compander noise to accurately restore the original sound quality.
—Digital technology means no saturation or distortion at higher frequencies under high SPL input conditions.
—Digital designs give more resistance to interference and offer better sound quality than analog systems.
—Full-color VFD display
—All controls are intuitive and easily accessible, allowing for quick and easy system setup via a single rotary switch.
—PC-controllable software allows simultaneous monitoring and control of multiple, large-scale systems.
—High-energy rechargeable battery design allows extended eight to 10 continuous hours per charge.

For more information, visit www.mipro.com.tw.



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