With its clear and crispy audio, the PTU-52 is a flexible and versatile dual wireless microphone system that is a must-have for applications such as outdoor events, karaoke, and more. This model is equipped with 30 adjustable frequencies, allowing up to 30 systems to operate simultaneously. With its rugged housings and outstanding performance, the PTU-52 is built to last and help you show your best game to the audience.
2-channel design with selectable frequencies in 500MHz frequency band.
Crystal clear audio quality with cardioid pickup pattern to minimize noise.
Sturdy construction for the receivers and transmitters.
Quick and easy frequency adjustment from the transmitters.
Two XLR outputs for each channel and one 1/4" TS unbalanced mixed output for combined audio.
Up to 200ft long operation range
> 8 hours battery life for each microphone.
Comes with 2 durable handheld mics.
About PHENYX PRO Wireless Microphone System PTU-52
The Phenyx Pro PTU-52 is a dual channel UHF wireless microphone system with sleek design and adjustable frequency setup. It combines quality sound, simple setup, and intuitive interface for excellent audio performance. The microphone capsule is specially engineered to effectively capture and transmit sound without feedback and unwanted ambient noise with its cardioid polar pattern. The system is equipped with 30 selectable frequency sets that allow up to 30 systems to be used at the same time ( To achieve the best result, please do not use more than 15 units simultaneously), ideal for public speaking, conference meeting, singing, churches, and outdoor events. Operating distance is up to 200 ft in wide open space.
1. You will need to connect this system to extra audio equipment like an amplifier/speaker to output the sound. It DOES NOT come with a speaker.
2. Please keep the receiver away from Bluetooth or other digital devices (such as cellphones, jukebox, DVDs, etc.) to avoid potential sources of interference.
3. Please do not face the microphone to the receiver too closely, in order to avoid feedback and statics.