The AKG WMS 470 for any handsfree application.
The system includes an SR 470 receiver, a PT 470 bodypack transmitter, C 544 L headworn microphone 1 belt clip, 1 AA size battery, 2 antennas, 1 rack mounting kit, power supply.
The SR 470 lets you operate up to sixteen channels simultaneously within the same frequency band. You can even set up absolutely reliable systems with as many as 48 channels by using multiple frequency bands.
The display backlighting changes in color to warn the user of such critical operating conditions as transmitter battery running low, audio peaks, or low RF signal strength. A line of professional accessories including the WMS 4000 antenna splitter, power supplies, and remote directional antennas makes it easier than ever to set up large wireless systems.
The PT 470 is an extremely compact bodypack transmitter for high-end installed systems and onstage applications. It features a sturdy case, and the professional mini XLR input provides a convenient interface for either an instrument or any compatible microphone from AKG or other manufacturers.
A dedicated jack lets you connect an optional external mute switch enabling the user to mute the audio signal even if the transmitter is difficult to reach.
The C 544 L is a head-worn miniature condenser microphone with a convenient behind-the-neck headband. The microphone has a cardioid polar pattern and therefore “prefers” sounds arriving from the front (from the user’s mouth).
The microphone body containing the condenser transducer is shock mounted on the microphone arm in order to suppress cable and mechanical noise. The microphone arm will place the microphone in front of the corner of your mouth to minimize pop noise and protect the microphone from contamination. The supplied windscreen makes the microphone even less susceptible to wind and pop noise.
A special moisture shield on the microphone capsule makes it difficult for moisture and makeup to penetrate into the microphone. This barrier prevents the microphone sound entries from being clogged by sweat or makeup which would make the sound dull and reduce the sensitivity of the microphone. Therefore, never remove the moisture shield from the microphone.