Behringer Ultralink ULM202-USB 2.4 GHz Dual Wireless Microphone System

75,000

  • 2x Handheld Microphones, 1x USB Receiver
  • 2.4 GHz License-Free Transmission
  • Automatic and Manual Pairing
  • Error Detect and Interference Rejection
  • Dual-Mode Analog/USB Audio Interface
  • Integrated Volume Controls on Microphone
  • Panic Mute Button
  • Low Battery Indicator
  • 8-Hour Operation on Two AA Batteries
  • USB-Powered Receiver
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Product Description

The Behringer Ultralink Ultralink ULM202-USB 2.4 GHz Dual Wireless Microphone System is designed for live sound reinforcement and recording applications. The system consists of two wireless handheld microphone transmitters and one 2.4 GHz USB receiver. Each of the microphones runs for up to eight hours on a pair of AA batteries and includes low battery indicators, integrated volume controls, and a panic mute function. The signal is digitally encrypted and then sent to the USB receiver on the 2.4 GHz bandwidth, beyond the operating frequencies of televisions or cell phones. This helps to minimize interference and other audio artifacts. You can plug the USB receiver into one of Behringer’s wireless-ready PA systems or mixers. Alternatively, you can plug the USB receiver into your computer’s USB port, and use the microphones to record directly into your favorite DAW.

Specifications

RF Output +17 dBm (50 mW)
Working Range 394' (120 m) maximum line of sight
Dynamic Range > 67 dB
Frequency Response 20 to 15,000 Hz (wireless link)
Sampling Rate 31.25 kHz
Audio Coding Protocol Pulse-coded modulation (PCM)
RF Channels 2.4 GHz ISM band (2417 to 2471 MHz)
19 channels
Latency 9 ms
Power Supply 160 mA @ +2.7 VDC 
(microphone) 140 mA @ +3 VDC
100 mA @ +5 VDC (USB receiver)
Dimensions (WxDxH) 1.8 x 1.8 x 9.6" (45 x 45 x 245 mm)
Weight 0.4 lb (0.2 kg)

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