The Galaxy Audio DHX (UHF) professional wireless microphone transmitter and receiver packs the tools for the pro.The DHX features Auto Scan that will search for an available frequency to use, as well as IR Sync for easy connectivity from receiver to transmitter. The large LCD display shows channel number, frequency, lock mode, and volume output. The DHX professional wireless system receiver has an easy to read RF and AF indicator. The UHF diversity antennas ensure quality operation. The receiver has also been upgraded to include Tone-key squelch for improved rejection of outside interference. The DHX is compatible with any 77 or 65 series handheld or body pack transmitters. Bundles are also available with any of our high quality Lav or Headset mics. Single/dual rack mount kit included.
DHXR/77GTR - Guitar Cable: Guitar/Instrument Cable, 1/4" to mini XLR connector, TA3F connector, use with Guitar or Bass Guitar. This system includes the DHXR Receiver, the MBP77 Body Pack Transmitter, and the AS-GTR Guitar Cable.
This uni-directional headset comes standard with the ECM, PSE, TRC, DHT, DHX, CTS, & Traveler Headset Systems. It's comfortable wrap around design goes over both ears and helps ensure that this mic will stay in place. The HS-U3BK can be wired to work with transmitters made by Galaxy Audio®, Shure®, Sennheiser®, AKG®, and Audio Technica®, as well as most other brands of wireless microphone systems.
This affordable lav mic comes standard with the ECM, PSE, TRC, DHT, DHX, CTS, & Traveler Lavalier Systems. The LV-U3BK unidirectional lapel microphone works with transmitters made by Galaxy Audio®, Shure®, Sennheiser®, AKG®, and Audio Technica®, as well as most other brands of wireless microphone systems.
Single and Dual Rack Mount Kit, includes 1 long rack ear, 2 short rack ear, 2 coupler plates, and assorted screws. The MREWD allows for racking a single or two wireless in-ear monitors systems or wireless mic systems in a 1U space. Works with PSE, DHX, CTS, AS-900, AS-1100, & AS-1400 systems.
The Wireless Microphone Antenna Distribution System expands wireless microphone systems only, by splitting one pair of antennas to allow up to four single channel receivers to use the same antennas. 3dB gain compensates for any insertion loss and increases receive signal range (up to 275ft). Low-loss 50 ohm BNC connectors for mounting antenna. Includes rack ears for mounting rack space (1RU) Distributes the antenna for up to 4 Wireless Microphone Systems (PSE, CTS, and DHX Series). BNC connectors, single rack space, combines power for up to four wireless receivers as well.
Note: Only works with wireless microphone receivers. This Wireless Microphone Antenna Distribution System does NOT work with In-Ear systems.
Combines Antennas for up to 4 mic receivers
Four DC outputs eliminate individual power supplies
Directional antenna used to decrease interference to other equipment. Frequency range 500-900MHz
The UHF wide-band (500-900 MHZ) directional LPDA (log periodic dipole array) antenna reduces outside interference while providing increased send/receive signal range. Each antenna paddle is matched to 50 ohms impedance with a low-loss BNC connector; 7dBi gain. For permanent or temporary installation; mounts to 5/8"-27 threads.
It is suggested that the angle between the paddle antenna and the thransmitter should be from 90º to 120º. Normally the effective range can reach about 300'.
Antenna Amplifier utilizes phantom power and a low noise design which covers all UHF frequency points from 500mHz to 900mHz. Metal construction, requires phantom power (9VDC), 50 ohm input/output impedance.
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.
For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC’s wireless microphone website at fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones