Bosch FMR-500C-G | Wireless Lavalier Microphone System. Buy Now. Fast Shipping, Call (866) 440-2288
The FMR-500C-G from Bosch is a wireless microphone systems provide professional UHF flexibility and quality while remaining affordable. The FMR-500 systems deliver a professional feature set that includes UHF operation, 1,112 selectable frequencies and Clear Scan automatic channels selection. The FMR-500C-G system is available as a handheld, belt-pack or combination system, this system includes the FMR-500C-G receiver and WT-500 Belt-Pack with RE92TX lavalier microphone.
The FMR-500C-G Receiver is a half-rack mount unit that features diversity reception, resulting in minimal RF drop-out and interference. The FMR-500C-G features balanced XLR and 1/4" phone outputs and the back-lit LCD display provides, transmitter battery status, channel and frequency, diversity status, radio frequency and audio level. The Clear Scan auto channel selection allows quick setup, transmitter matching, and new channel selection if RF conditions change.
The WT-500 Belt-pack is light weight and operates on a single 9 volt battery. The transmitter features a TA4-male connection that is capable of accepting microphone or line level signal. The WT-500 also features an LCD display for monitoring status on all system parameters. Overall the FMR-500C-G is more than suitable for fixed sound reinforcement in schools, clubs, theaters, rental houses and more.
The WT-500 belt-pack includes the RE92TX cardioid, low profile lavalier microphone.
The receiver and transmitter both operate over UHF frequencies. The system is frequency agile providing over 1,112 possible, user programmable frequencies in 25kHz steps.
The FMR-500 receiver features dual internal receivers, set to the same frequency. Enhanced DSP allow both receivers to compete for the strongest reception without interference, noise or drop-out.
Advanced ClearScan technology allows quick, easy frequency setup. Channels are scanned and the clearest channels within the clearest preset groups are automatically selected.