This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Electro-Voice RE3-HHT76 Handheld Transmitter with ND76 Head Band 5L. This will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this RE3-HHT76 Handheld Transmitter with ND76 Head Band 5L.
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ND76-RC3 Wireless Microphone Head Easily-adapting to your RE3-HHT handheld transmitter body the ND96 head gives you great performance with astounding flexibility and power. The dynamic cardioid vocal microphone head threads-on to your Electro-Voice handheld transmitter and is perfect for all-round vocal applications. The precisely tuned capsule delivers a crisp and balanced sound for vocals and speech with excellent clarity. The microphone head contains a large Mylar diaphragm which delivers a rich and detailed frequency response. The large surface area provides tonal balance and has a very fast transient response. It also features a Memraflex grille which is made of durable light mesh grille-wire that can withstand a lot of rough treatment. And thanks to its hydrophobic cloth membrane the ND76 head prevents moisture and debris from damaging the diaphragm itself. Versatile Handheld Transmitter Robust and reliable. The RE3-HHT combines professional performance with a lightweight and ergonomic design. With a commonly-used thread pattern (1.25 diameter 28 UN-2A thread pitch) for coupling microphone heads you can easily adapt a wide variety of microphone heads to fit the transmitter to suit your needs. The transmitter itself boasts a robust and durable all-metal body providing excellent reliability in even the most demanding of environments. The RE3-HHT is also extremely-easy to power using two AA alkaline or rechargeable NiMH cells. You can also take advantage of an intuitive ultrasonic sync function enabling you to sync your transmitter to your receiver with precise frequency tuning alongside other functional data. You also have plenty of frequency tuning options available allowing you to avoid a plethora of potential interference sources. Plus with handy charging contacts you can use your transmitter with NiMH batteries (not included) and recharge them with ease using the Electro-Voice BC2 charging station (not included). This lets you charge your batteries without having to remove them from the transmitter itself. In the Box RE3-HHT Handheld Transmitter ND76-RC3 Microphone Head Microphone Stand Adapter 2 x AA Batteries Features Handheld UHF transmitter with an ND76 dynamic supercardioid microphone head Perfect for vocal performances and speeches or presentations Crisp clear and balanced sound with a cardioid polar pattern Outstanding acoustic control with excellent presence Large diaphragm dynamic capsule creates a rich and detailed frequency response Shock-mounted capsule minimises handling noise Memraflex grille provides exceptional resistance to dents Selectable Low and High output power (10mW or 50mW) 36MHz tuning bandwidth with up to 1440 selectable frequencies Pairs perfectly with the RE3-RX Diversity Receiver (not included) Quick and simple setup using the RE3 clear frequency scan and sync functions Rock-solid system performance with an ultra-reliable link between your transmitter and receiver Robust metal body for long-term durability on stage and on the road Commonly-used 1.25 diameter 28 UN-2A thread pitch microphone head coupling Accepts a wide range of microphone heads that use this common coupling convention Operates on 2 x AA alkaline or rechargeable NiMH cells Generous frequency tuning options to help avoid various sources of possible interference Recharging contacts provide functional use with the optional BC2 charging station (not included) BC2 allows you to use NiMH rechargeable cells within two transmitters and charge them without removing them from the transmitters Specifications RE3-HHT76 Handheld Wireless Transmitter Microphone Head: ND76 Frequency Oscillation Mode: Phase-locked loop (PLL) Operating Frequency: Band Name: 5L Tuning Bandwidth: 36MHz Frequency Range: 488MHz – 524MHz Selectable Frequencies: 1440 Sync Frequency: Ultrasonic RF Power Output: 10mW (Low) and 50mW (High) (selectable) Display and Indicators: LCD + LED Function Controls: Power Mute Group Channel Frequency Sensitivity adjustment RF power Auto off Key lock RF Stability: <±10kHz at Fc Modulation Frequency Shift: Wideband FM ±48kHz deviation Harmonic Radiation: <-50dBc Battery: 2 x AA alkaline battery or NiMH rechargeable battery Charging Contacts: Yes Microphone Head Coupling: 1.25 diameter 28 UN-2A thread pitch Microphone Electrical Contact: 3-ring/3-pin Finish: Black polyurethane paint Dimensions: Without head Height: 191mm / 7.52 Width at Threaded End: 37mm / 1.46 Width at Control Cover: 22mm / 0.856 Weight: 346g / 12.2oz. (without head) ND76-RC3 Wireless Microphone Head Element Type: Dynamic neodymium magnet structure Frequency Response: Close: 30Hz – 17kHz Far: 70Hz – 17kHz Polar Pattern: Cardioid Sensitivity: 5.6mV/Pascal (-45dBV/Pa) (open circuit voltage at 1kHz) Maximum SPL: 135.5dB (1-percent THD) Impedance: 1000 Ohms Power Requirements: 4 – 8 VDC Polarity: Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage at centre contact to ground contact Electrical Contact: 3-ring/3-pin Threaded Coupling: 1.25 diameter 28 UN-2A thread pitch Finish: Black polyurethane paint Length: 3.6 / 91mm Diameter: 2 / 50.5mm Weight: 184g / 6.5oz.
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