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Brand: DVON / Model: ACT 9090 / Type: Dual hand held and tieclip wireless Radio microphones with receiver

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      11.02.2011 22:42



      Although an identical copy of an Audio technica £350 mic, its just as good for only £400 for two.

      We recently used this DVON radiomic package, supplied by ERENTO, for our AGM, It came with a 19" twin receiver / twin ariel base unit, and in the box was two hand held vocal mics and also two tie clip lavalier beltpacks. It was easy to set up, although it comes with two XLR audio outs on the vback, or two headphone jacks on the front.
      We only had one spare chanel availiable on the hotels inhouse mixer, so just used the combined jack out on the back.
      In the morning conference we used the lavalier tie clip mics on the two presenters, no problems there, we could get quite a lot of level from the mics. In the afternoon we had a Q and A session, so we turned one of the tie clips off, and then switched one of the handhelds on instead for questions from the floor.
      The batteries lasted all day, with at least half still showing in the little window by the end of the day.

      We did have a bit of interference from another meeting also going on in the breakout room next door, so in the coffee break, I pressed the auto scan ACT function, and it scanned the room for rival frequencies, found a clear one, then i just had to bring the transmitter little IR window near to the base unit to beam the new locked frequency across, which happened seemlesly, and from then onwards there were no further crackling problems with the sound on the show.
      I would recommend anyone else who needs a cheaper than Trantec/ beyer/ sennheiser package to give these ones a go.


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