Kansas City, MO (March 29, 2007)--Avlex Corporation has introduced its Mipro ACT 81 and 82 digital wireless microphone systems. The systems feature a full-color VFD (Vacuum Florescent Display), 24-bit digital audio quality with advanced DSP, a sub-band ADPCM algorithm and full 128-bit encryption.
Whether it's the single-receiver ACT 81 or the dual-receiver ACT 82, the first and most obvious impression of these new systems is the attention to detail exhibited in Mipro's workmanship. Avlex Mipro ACT 82 Avlex Mipro ACT 81According to the company, transmission quality is constant, and the signal-to-noise ratio will not deteriorate. With these systems, there is no saturation or distortion at the higher frequencies of a high SPL input, and both utilize a sub-band ADPCM algorithm that virtually eliminates compandor noise and restores the original sound quality of the source. For ease of operation, both systems incorporate the company's Autoscan and Automatic Channel Targeting (ACT) functionality.
Featuring advanced DSP technology, the ACT 81 and ACT 82 wireless systems incorporate built-in equalization and microphone capsule modeling. These capabilities enable operators to fine-tune the system's sound to their liking while also emulating the sonic characteristics of popular microphones.
Digital transmission for the new ACT wireless systems is via the ACT-8H handheld transmitter or the ACT-8T bodypack transmitter. Both units incorporate a multifunction LCD indicator for displaying channel, transmitter battery status, input levels and error codes.