Samson Concert 88a Wireless Handheld Microphone System for XP310w or XP312w PA System

Samson Concert 88a Wireless Handheld Microphone System for XP310w or XP312w PA System



Samson Concert 88a Wireless Handheld Microphone System for XP310w or XP312w PA System


Add a second cordless microphone to your Expedition XP310w or XP312w PA system with the Samson Concert 88a Wireless Handheld Microphone System. Ideal for singers, DJs, and presenters, this system features a handheld microphone that inhibits feedback and a receiver module that conveniently and easily installs in the back of your Expedition PA speaker.

With up to 100 available frequencies and simple syncing via IR, you can quickly get started and find a strong channel. Two AA batteries (available separately) will power the microphone for up to eight hours, and the mic’s power switch doubles as a handy mute function. If you move beyond the system’s 100′ line-of-sight operating range, the integrated tone key mitigates undesired signal transmission.

Easy Setup

The Concert 88a system is designed for easy setup in a hurry. Simply slide the receiver module into the open receiver slot on the back of your Expedition XP310w or XP312w, power on the PA and microphone, and sync the receiver and transmitter.

As a frequency-agile wireless system, the Concert 88a offers up to 100 frequency presets to help you achieve reliable signal transmission. By operating from 542 to 566 MHz in the UHF spectrum, it avoids interference from Bluetooth and Wi-Fi signals.

Wireless Handheld Microphone

The CH88 handheld transmitter is outfitted with the Q6 dynamic microphone capsule, which features a supercardioid polar pattern to reject stage bleed and allow higher gain before feedback.

Two AA batteries can power the transmitter for up to eight hours of operating time. Use the power switch to mute the mic between performances or turn it off for battery conservation.

Beneath the battery cover, you’ll find a plastic screwdriver for adjusting the transmitter’s input sensitivity. Generally avoid the maximum gain setting as it can cause distortion when the mic is used on loud sources.

Receiver Module

The receiver module is powered through its connection to your Expedition PA speaker, so it requires no batteries or power cables.

The backlit LCD screen shows vital information including the selected channel and frequency as well as AF and RF levels.
Press the up/down buttons to choose a channel, then use the set button to sync the transmitter to the same channel.

UPC: 809164224549
Wireless Transmission Analog UHF
Number of RF Channels 100
Included Transmitters 1 x Handheld
Diversity Non-Diversity
RF Frequency Band D:
542 to 566 MHz
RF Bandwidth 24 MHz
Max Operating Range 100′ / 30.5 m (Line of Sight)
Dynamic Range >100 dBA
Encryption None
Modulation F3E
Pilot Tone 35 kHz
Form Factor Receiver Module
Mounting Options Slot-Mount
Number of Audio Channels 1
Audio I/O 1 x Proprietary Unbalanced Output
Audio Output Level 0 dBu (Max)
Frequency Response 50 Hz to 15 kHz ±3 dB
Display & Indicators 1 x Backlit LCD (AF Level, Channel, Frequency, RF Level)
Dimensions 2.2 x 1.3 x 4.4″ / 57 x 32 x 112 mm
Weight 1.6 lb / 0.7 kg
Transmitter 1
Form Factor Handheld
RF Output Power 10 mW (EIRP)
Audio I/O None
Pad None
Muting Off/On Switch
Gain Range 28 dB
Signal Processing None
Sync Method IR
Power Requirements Battery
Battery Type 2 x AA (Not Included)
Approx. Battery Life 8 Hours
USB/Lightning Connectivity None
Display & Indicators 1 x LED (Battery Status, Mute, Power)
Dimensions 2.1 x 10.2 x 2.1″ / 5.3 x 25.9 x 5.3 cm
Weight 7.7 oz / 218 g
Form Factor Handheld
Sound Field Mono
Operating Principle Pressure Gradient
Capsule Dynamic
Polar Pattern Supercardioid
Frequency Range 50 Hz to 15 kHz
Maximum SPL 134 dB SPL
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.87 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.9 x 3.1 x 2.6″

Additional information


Band D 542-566 Mhz, Band K 470-494 Mhz


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