K310 Wireless conference microphone

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    K310 four wireless conference

    The illuminating ring of the sound head is on when the microphone is switched on.

    The microphone is installed with low-battery alert indicator.

    Standalone output and mix output functions are available and connected to mixer or power amplifier.

    Built-in Hi-Fi condenser sound head yields prime sound reproduction, high articulation and low noise.

    Efficient whistling inhibition function, powerful pickup

    Dismountable gooseneck and base 

    Microphone ON/OFF super life, highly resistant and silencing self-locking switch 

    315-degree single-section omnidirectional bending flexible stainless-steel tube



    Specifications and parameters :

    Power supply: transmitter DC9V receiver AC220V 50Hz

    Microphone power consumption: 35mA

    Carrier frequency: VHF220~270MHz

    Frequency stability: ±0.002%

    SNR: >98dB

    Adjacent channel interference ratio: >80dB

    Dynamic range: >90dB

    Harmonics distortion:<0.5%

    Type: condenser

    Polarity mode: single directivity

    Frequency response: 60Hz~16000Hz

    Microphone sensitivity: -47±3dB @ 1KHz

    Receiving sensitivity: 50us (SINAD=20dB)

    Audio output: standalone 0~±400mv mix 0~±300mv


    System introduction

    The K310 professional wireless conference microphone is composed of quartz oscillation circuit, which has extremely high frequency stability; 

    The multistage narrow band high-frequency filtering wave sufficiently eliminates disturbance signal. The conventional wireless microphone is made of silent circuit of low frequency, which analyzes strength of RF signal, so noise and signal required cannot be identified; 

    When used under noisy RF environment (massive harmonic wave radiated by CD/VCD/LD and other digital devices), the silent circuit may be enabled accidentally with the transmitter signal weak or switched off and the receiver possibly cause strong blasting sound.

    The multistage narrow band high-frequency filter creates a kind of digital noise inhibition circuit for high-frequency transmitting and receiving, which analyzes signal quality not signal strength. When the transmitting signal is strong, the system noise sound classification is low and the receiver permits the sound to go through. When the transmitting signal is weak or there is no signal, the system noise sound classification is high, the inhibition circuit mutes the receiver, which removes the possibility of the annoying blasting noise to pass through the receiver.