VocoPro MIB-QUAD-8H Eight-Person Wireless Handheld Microphone System
VocoPro MIB-QUAD-8H Eight-Person Wireless Handheld Microphone System is an eight-channel wireless handheld microphone system offering versatility and easy setup for up to eight subjects, making it ideal for vocalists, karaoke artists, performers, conference participants, educators, and more. It includes two Hybrid-Quad receivers and eight wireless handheld dynamic mics as well as rackmounting hardware, the required power adapters, two 1/4″ cables, two 4-channel XLR snakes, and a rugged carrying bag specially designed to hold the components securely.
Incorporating 24-bit digital and UHF technology and using dual removable antennas, each receiver is designed to deliver clear and consistent signal at a range of up to 150′. Eight channels, each with adjustable volume, AF and RF indicators, and a balanced XLR output means that up to 8 people can use the included wireless handheld mics at the same time.
The wireless microphones utilize individual mic IDs to eliminate crosstalk and are powered via AA batteries (available separately) for up to 3 hours. A dedicated LED on each mic indicates power and battery status.
Eight wireless handheld microphones allow versatile use for singers, guests, panelists, and more
Each microphone features an On/Off switch, a battery status indicator, and a battery compartment for two AA batteries (available separately)
The system uses two 4-channel Hybrid-Quad receivers with balanced XLR outputs, an unbalanced 1/4″ mix output, per-channel mic volume, and AF/RF LED indicators
Wireless range up to 150′
24-bit technology for clean, quality signal
Individual digital microphone IDs eliminate crosstalk between channels
Microphones feature cardioid polar patterns for reduced pickup of off-axis sound
Includes rack ears for easy mounting in a standard 19″ equipment rack
Supplied mounting plate allows easy side-by-side placement of two Hybrid-Quad receivers in a rack
Includes two power adapters, four removeable antennas, two 1/4″ cables, two 4-channel XLR snakes, and a carrying case