The Saramonic UwMic9 UHF wireless microphone system is intended for portable wireless operation and can be used in several environments for applications such as DSLR video, field recording, broadcast TV, electronic news gathering (ENG), on-the-spot interviews, and more.
Reliable, broadcast-quality audio
Wireless transmitter with lavalier microphone
UHF frequency range: 614 MHz – 696 MHz
96 selectable channels in 2 groups
Operates over 330′ (100m) in open areas. Or 200′ (60m) with obstacles
Easy to read LCD displays
The UWMIC9’s RX-9 receiving unit is a camera-mountable integrated wireless receiver. It features a wide switching RF bandwidth, an easy-to-read LCD display and infrared synchronization between transmitter and receiver.
Equipped with an auto-scan function, the RX10 can automatically search for an available transmission frequency. The headphone jack enables real-time monitoring or the receiver via headphones, especially useful for cameras that lack a monitor output.
The UWMIC9’s TX-9 compact transmitter employs a crystal-controlled PLL synthesizer. It is equipped with a muting function and a BMP-type mic input. The RF power output can be switched among high, middle and low.
|Type of Wireless||Wireless Audio Transceiver SET|
|Audio outputs (Receiver)||Jack 3.5mm (or 3-Pin XLR with included adapter)|
Jack 3.5mm Phones
|No of Audio outputs (Receiver)||1/1|
|Receiver Mount||Hot Shoe|
|Power (Receiver)||2x AA Batteries|
|Audio inputs (Transmitter)||Jack 3.5mm MIC/LINE x1|
|Transmitter Mount||Belt clip|
|Power (Transmitter)||2x AA Batteries|
|Mic Frequency Response||40Hz – 18kHz|
|Range||100m line of sight|
|RF Output Power (mW)||30.0|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Total Weight (KG)||0.430|
|Weight details||Weight calculated for both receiver and transmitter|
|Total Dimensions (WxHxD) (mm)||170x63x60|
|Dimensions Details||Dimensions calculated for both receiver and transmitter|
|Availability||27 pcs in stock|
The TX-XLR9 Plug-On XLR Transmitter for UwMic9 UHF Wireless Mic System from Saramonic Allows you to connect any XLR microphone the the UWMIC9 wireless system. It can be used for DSLR cameras for videography, field recording, broadcast TV, and electronic news gathering (ENG) applications.