Hicksville, NY (October 2, 2018)—Samson has introduced its new Stage 412 wireless handheld microphone system, intended for use in house of worship, education, presentation and karaoke applications.
The Stage 412 comes with four handheld dynamic microphones that transmit to a single metal receiver. Each handheld features a Samson Q6 dynamic mic element.
The Stage 412’s frequency-agile design offers four channels with six operating frequencies per channel across a 173 MHz–198 MHz frequency range to choose from. Additionally, the system’s IR sync function allows users to wirelessly match each transmitter to a receiver channel’s operating frequency. The system offers a 200’ operating range and each mic transmitter provides up to 10 hours of battery life via two AA batteries.
The metal SR412 receiver sports a back panel with four 1/4” outputs, as well as three balanced XLR outputs, allowing connection to a mixer or powered PA speaker. The 1/4” outputs send each channel separately, while the XLR outs are dedicated to send single output mixes of Channels A/B, Channels C/D and all four. Front panel volume control on each channel is also provided.
The Stage 412 operates in the VHF frequency spectrum, and is unaffected by the FCC 600 MHz transition.
The Stage 412 is currently available at $249.99.
Samson Technologies • http://www.samsontech.com