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Electro-Voice R300 S WDC HH Mic Sys A-B PL22

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The R300-HD is a robust handheld UHF wireless system, suitable for any application where the convenience of a handheld transmitter is required. The HT-300 metal handheld transmitter is made to withstand the rigors of daily use while remaining comfortable and light-weight in your hand. The PL22 dynamic microphone is the perfect all-around microphone for singing, speaking engagements, and emcees. The cardioid pickup pattern rejects sounds from the surroundings, helps control audio feedback, and still allows an experienced vocalist to work the microphone. The receiver's dual antenna diversity helps avoid signal dropouts, and its durable metal frame and chassis can either be used on a tabletop, or rack-mounted with optional rack mounting hardware.


  • ClearScan automatically finds the clearest channel
  • EZsync one-step channel setup
  • PL22 cardioid dynamic microphone element
  • 14 hour battery life from two AA alkaline
  • Rugged metal transmitter
  • Metal receiver chassis with optional rack mount


  • Frequency Spread : 618.000 MHz - 634.000 MHz
  • NTSC TV Channel Orientation : 38(Lower) to: 41(Upper)
  • Antennas: Flexible TNC 1/2 Wave
  • Audio Frequency Response: 80 Hz - 18kHz +/- 2dB
  • Battery Life: 14 hours with (2) AA alkalines typical
  • Case Material: Metal
  • Connector Type: 1/4 inch unbalanced, 3-pin XLR balanced
  • Controls: on/off, Set, Up, Down, Sync
  • Distortion (@ 1 kHz, 40 kHz deviation): less than 1.0, 0.4 typical %
  • Diversity: True Antenna
  • Dynamic Range: greater than 95 dB
  • Element: PL22 Cardioid Dynamic
  • Number of Channels: 32
  • Operating Temperature Range: 5º - 45º C (41º - 113º F)
  • Power Requirement: 12-16 VDC, 500 mA max
  • Receiver Type: Synthesized PLL
  • RF Frequency Range: 16 MHz
  • RF Output: 8 mW typical
  • RF Sensitivity (12 dB SINAD): less than 1.0 uV
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A-weighted): greater than 100 dB
  • Squelch: Tone code plus Amplitude
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