Do you need a replacement Toa wireless transmitter for your tie clip microphone?
The Toa WM-5325 is a UHF wireless bodypack transmitter. This is the part of your microphone system that sends your voice to the receiver, so if you find that you can’t hear yourself then this could be the solution!
The WM-5325 is specially designed for speech applications. It is both compact and lightweight, making it the perfect choice for use over long periods of time. The unit even has a built in belt clip allowing you to carry the unit effortlessly.
The 3.5mm connection features a screw thread allowing for the secure connection of a wide selection of lavalier or head worn microphones. This stops the microphone from being pulled out accidently during operation, so you can use the system safe in the knowledge that you won’t be unexpectedly cut off!
I have a Toa WM-5320, is this compatible with my system?
The short answer is yes; the WM-5320 has now been discontinued and was superseded by the WM-5325, which will be directly compatible with your existing receiver. However you will need to make sure you order the correct version to ensure compatibility with your system. To check which version you have, there is a silver sticker on the back of both your wireless transmitter and your receiver.
If your WM-5320 has a silver sticker on the back which says “D02” then it is illegal for use in the UK. For further information please see our Toa Retune Service on our sister site Justmics.co.uk. If you do need any help or guidance regarding this then please contact our sales team via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or over the phone on 0191 414 4241 and a member of our staff will be happy to help.
This unit comes set to the D04 frequency band which is also known as Channel 70, or in technical terms 863-865MHz. This is the frequency range reserved for UK licence free wireless microphone transmissions. You can use up to four 5000 series systems simultaneously on this frequency range.
What if I want to use more than 4 wireless microphones at the same time?
Then you will need to use microphones which transmit on an OFCOM regulated frequency range. In the UK this is G01, also known as Channel 38, or in technical terms 606-614MHz. You can find the G01 version of this transmitter on our sister site JustMics; WM-5325 G01
Modulation: Frequency modulation
Frequency Range:576 – 937.5 MHz (*2), UHF
Channel Selectable:64 channels (the number of channels may differ from country to country)
RF Carrier Power: Less than 50 mW (Factory preset 10 mW ERP)
Tone Frequency:32.768 kHz
Oscillator: PLL synthesised
Maximum Input Level:-14 dB to -29 dB (*1) (Audio level control: Min. to Max.)
Maximum Deviation:±40 kHz
Audio Frequency Response:100 Hz – 15 kHz
Battery:WB-2000 (WB-2000-2 contains 2 pieces) rechargeable battery (option)or AA alkaline dry cell battery
Battery Life: Approx. 13 h (when the WB-2000 rechargeable battery is used) Approx. 10 h (when the alkaline battery is used)
Indicator: Power/Battery lamps
Antenna: Built-in type
Connector:φ3.5 mm (φ0.14″) mini plug
Operating Temperature:-10 ℃ to +50 ℃ (14 ゜F to 122 ゜F) (except battery)
Operating Humidity:30 % to 85 %RH (no condensation)
Finish: Resin, coating
Dimensions:62 (W) × 102.5 (H) × 23 (D) mm (2.44″ × 4.04″ × 0.91″)
Weight:90 g (0.2 lb) (with battery)