The DHT QUAD offers the same great features as the DHT system, with 4 receivers in a single rack space chassis. The DHT QUAD offers 4 independent receivers, each with Auto Scan, IR Sync, and 120 selectable channels. The DHT QUAD has a built in antenna combiner and power distributor. The DHT QUAD has 4 independent XLR outputs (one for each channel) as well as mixed output, allowing the user to submix the microphones on the DHT QUAD and come out of one XLR or ¼" output. The DHT QUAD can be used with any 64 or 76 Series Handheld or Body Pack transmitter, in addition to our wireless shock mount base, the SM-W76.
Bodypack Transmitter: Max Audio Input Level: 0 dBV maximum at mic gain position.
+10 dBV maximum at 0 dB gain position.
+20 dBV maximum at 10 dB gain position. Gain Adjustment Range: 30dB Input Impedance: 470kΩ Dimensions: 3.5" x 2.6" x 1" (89mm H x 65mm W x 24mm D) Weight: 3.0oz (85 g) (without batteries) Power Requirements: 2 AA Batteries alkaline
or rechargeable batteries Battery Life: About 6 hours
The SM-W76 features 12 selectable channels and operates off of (2) x "AA" batteries. 60hz - 16kHz, 10m W RF out, SNR 102dB (a), THD < 1%. The SM-W76 will work with the TRC, DHT, and DHT QUAD receivers and will accept any standard XLR type input. The SM-W76 acts as a shock mount base for a goose neck microphone.
System Frequency Range and Transmitter Output Level Frequency Range: 655~679MHz Transmitter Output Level: 10dBm Band: UHF Operating Range: Under Typical Conditions 300' (92m)
Note: actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection, and interference Audio Frequency Response: +/-3dB 60Hz~16kHz Total Harmonic Distortion: +/-30kHz deviation 1kHz tone <1% Dynamic Range: >90dB A-weighted Operating Temperature: Range 14ºF to 122ºF (-10 Cº to +50 Cº)
Note: battery characteristics may limit this range
FCC Consumer Alert for Wireless Microphones (U.S.)
Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change.