the t.bone freeU Twin PT 823 B-Stock

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2-Channel UHF Wireless System

  • Includes a pocket transmitter with a guitar cable for applications with instruments
  • Frequency band: 823 - 832 MHz
  • Frequency range: 60 - 17,000 Hz
  • 10 Pre-programmed frequency groups with 10 available channels each
  • Auto squelch
  • Frequency scan in the receiver
  • Adjustable AF output
  • Transmission power: 30 mW
  • Infrared transfer of the settings from the receiver to the transmitter
  • Pilot tone
  • Increments of 80 kHz
  • Modulation type: F3E
  • LCD display
  • 2 BNC connectors for antennas
  • 2 XLR outputs and 1 jack output
  • Operates with a 12 V, 1 A DC power supply (positive polarity (+) inside)
  • Transmitter housing: Plastic
  • LCD display
  • Operates with 2 AA batteries or rechargeable batteries
  • Housing: 9.5", 1 U
  • Includes guitar cables, antennas, EU power supply and rack kit for the installation of a 1 U receiver

Note: In this frequency band a maximum of up to 2 systems (a total of 4 channels) can be operated simultaneously.

available since August 2018
Item number 449962
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Guitar Channels 2
Transmission Format Analog
Frequency 823 MHz – 832 MHz
Transmitter Type Pocket Transmitter
Receiver Type Stationary
Mountable Antenna BNC
Charging System No
Internal Battery No
Diversity 1
Transmission Power in mW 30 mW
Usable Frequencies 100
Switching bandwidth in MHz 9 MHz
Frequency Display 1
Automatic Frequency Search 1
Battery Status Display 1
Transmitter with Accu No
Output XLR
Receiver Width in mm 210 mm
Receiver Height in mm 44 mm
Receiver Depth in mm 200 mm
Rackkit Yes
Receiver Weight in kg 0,9 kg
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Information on the supported frequency ranges

Here you can see which frequencies are supported by this wireless system and the countries in which these frequencies are allowed in the future for wireless applications.

All information is without guarantee