Trantec Radio Microphone S4.16-BTX-EAW S4.16 Beltpack Transmitter
The S4.16 has 16 selectable frequencies incorporating the existing 4 licence free Channel 70 frequencies, already being used in the S4.4, allowing the user to operate up to 12 frequencies together intermodulation free.
The receiver has detachable antennae, allowing remote placement and the use of antenna distribution units for larger sets.The Trantec S4.16 has a host of additional features including LEDs on the receiver showing Power On, AF Peak level, RF Level and Diversity Channel A or B. In addition, the diversity operation receivers have rear mounted detachable antennae and variable gain jack plug output
These pocket transmitters, which may be clipped to clothing with their belt-clips, operate on sixteen pre-programmed frequencies. The plastic body has a hinged lid which reveals a battery compartment, controls to set frequency, gain and select either microphone or guitar input. On the front there is an on/off switch and power LED; on the top a screw-in antenna and a 3.5mm input jack. This has a screw-locking facility.
With a range of matching microphone and cable options, the S4.16 BTX beltpack transmitter is a very versatile unit useful for a diverse variety of set-ups. Sixteen selectable frequencies between 854 and 865 MHz - including four licence-free Channel 70 frequencies - gives you plenty of options, while fully synthesised PLL quartz tuning technology allows you to have real confidence in the system. A detachable antenna and locking 3.5mm jack, as well as 10-hour battery life from a single 9V battery, round off a very professional yet impressively afforable unit.
Power output: 10mW maximum
Operating time: 10 hours approximately using an alkaline battery
Power source: 9V PP3 battery (not included)
Dimensions (WxHxD): 60 x 100 x 30mm, including belt clip