The MICRODOT UHF Wireless Lavalier Microphone System provides stable, interference free audio in portable, compact and low cost package. M200 MR200+MT200+MT200 could support two transmitters and one receiver working simultaneously. It is a perfect fit for DSLR videography, field recording and interviews, broadcast TV, ENG, providing dependable audio broadcasting and recording.
The system includes a camera-mountable wireless receiver, two wireless body-pack transmitters and clip-on lavalier mics.
The MICRODOT MR200 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 MR200 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.
This compact transmitter MT200 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.
Over 330-feet (100m) in open areas or 200-feet (60m) with obstacles
Reliable, broadcast-quality audio
Two transmitters could work simultaneously
96 selectable channels in 2 groups
Easy-to-read LCD displays
M200 Frequency Band
638.000 MHz to 667.700 MHz (Group A)
668.000 MHz to 697.700 MHz (Group B))
Body-pack transmitter (MT200)
This transmitter is a lightweight, compact transmitter that employs a crystal-controlled PLL synthesizer. It is equipped with a muting function and a BMP- typemicrophone input connector. The RF power output can be switched. It is also equipped with a MIC/LINE input switching function to support a variety of input levels.
Body-pack receiver (MR200)
This receiver employs a true diversity method featuring little signal dropout and an angle-adjustable antenna. It comes with an adapter for mounting on a compact camcorder (HXR-NX3, etc.). It also features a Clear Channel Scan function to search for available channels.