|Price incl. VAT||£606.24|
|Price excl. VAT||£505.20|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
This product from Sony's digital wireless set, which is designed for singing and spoken word.
Clamp attention to this product, which boasts the famous inscription of Sony. This quality mic set in combination with the famous inscription satisfy all your requirements. You get into the hands of a product that offers you wireless connectivity and the highest possible sound quality speech or singing.
The mic set is composed of a digital wireless microphone transmitter ZTX-M02RC a half-rack receiver ZRX-M70. In case you opt for quality, waiting for you high-quality 24-bit linear PCM digital transmission, offering original sound experience. Avoid audio degradations that are so typical for conventional analog wireless systems. High compatibility microphone is reached interchangeable microphone heads, which can be used with capsules of other producers.
Transfer Settings receiver can be in two modes of operating frequencies. The signal can be adjusted by using the 5-band graphic equalizer. The set values ??are displayed on a color LCD display, which is located at the front, and is perfectly legible. I'll be pleased and metal design, a product that contributes to longevity.
Sony Corporation is a Japanese company founded in 1946. Its headquarters are in Tokyo. Though it started inconspicuously, selling transistor radios, they became one of the leading innovators in the postwar period, developing the CD and DVD, as well as the highly successful PlayStation line.
Though it occasionally struggled during periods of financial crisis and recession, the company always persisted, and today is one of the most prestigious brands worldwide, known for their innovative products in electronics, video games, and the entertainment industry.
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