$ 449.99 $ 689.99
Samson began as a wireless technology company over 25 years ago. We packed our high-quality wireless gear with value and professional sound capability. Now, we introduce the most versatile, technologically advanced wireless system in our history: AirLine Synth.
With its sleek, frequency-agile micro transmitters, one button channel selection and infrared scanning, the technology behind our new AirLine Synth provides easy setup and clear reception at every gig in every location.
Ideal for media production, house of worship and of course, professional music production of all varieties, AirLine Synth is a true diversity system that is frequency selectable, with the capability of operating on over 300 frequencies* with up to 11 simultaneous systems**.
Small and lightweight, the AX300 plugs directly into any dynamic microphone you want to use and we include the Samson Q7, a great mic for vocals and presentations. The transmitter is so lightweight and small, it feels like it's a natural part of the mic.
The AX300 contains a precision mic preamp that never colors your sound, a digital channel readout, a low battery indicator and a mute switch.
The Handheld System includes the AR300 AirLine Synth Receiver. Roadworthy durability and crystal clear reception in any location make this receiver an intelligent choice for discerning professionals. Featuring automatic RF scanning and infrared programming, balanced and unbalanced outputs as well as front or rear mountable antennae, the AR300 is loaded with convenience and cutting-edge technology. We also designed it with a backlit LED front panel display that shows AF/RF levels, frequency, audio output level and group for easy setup on the ﬂy. Up to four AR300M modules can also be rackmounted in a single rackspace using the AR4300 receiver.
* Channels: 320 channels 25kHz Step (N and U Bands), 71 channels 25kHz Step (E Band)
** Simultaneous Systems: Up to 11 (N and U Bands), Up to 5 (E Band)
*** Operating Frequency: 639.025–647 MHz, 798.025–806 MHz (not for use in the USA), 863–865 MHz (not for use in the USA)
Collections: Pro Audio
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