As all the other Audio2000 wireless products, the AWM6032U system has been engineered to be dependable UHF system with a wide audio frequency range, high S/N ratio, and outstanding performance equal to that of any professional wireless systems costing much more. This is achieved through strict component selection and high quality circuit design. A delicately designed silence circuit eliminates static noise when the transmitters are either turned off or out of transmission range. An auto mute circuit is incorporated in these systems to effectively eliminate the popping noise when the switch is turned on or off.
* Two Body-Pack Transmitter with Headset Microphone
* One AWR6031 Receiver
* One 3′ 1/4″ to 1/4″ Audio Cable
* Two 9V Battery (for Test only)
RF Input with Built-in RF Preamplifier to Improve S/N Ratio, Sensitivity and Dynamic Range. Transmission Operated Range: 150ft (50M) normal conditions. Two Independent XLR Balanced Outputs and One 1/4″ Unbalanced Audio Output
Audio Level Adjustment Knob for the Transmitter and Transmitter Low Battery LED Indicator. UHF Band 650MHz -695 MHz ( Complies with new FCC frequency rule )
When using a microphone system, it is just like plugging in a wired microphone. It will need to be plugged into a microphone input. The microphone insert will not work. Also, if choosing to use XLR cables, you will have to use two. The XLR outputs on the 6032 receiver are individual. Using one will only send audio from one side.
If using the 6032 system for something active like a dance class, then we recommend buying the 6032UF. This system comes with headsets that also have a headband. This headband will secure the headset. The 6032UH has a different headset that does not come with a headband.
For sound quality adjustments and feedback control, there are two options. There are the two volume control knobs on the front of the receiver. Also, there is a gain/sensitivity dial on top of each body pack transmitter. If you need to increase the audio level, use a screw driver to turn the audio level sensitivity/gain adjustment knob clockwise. However, doing this can cause the microphone to pick up more background noise. Turning the audio level sensitivity/gain adjustment knob counter-clockwise will reduce the audio level and prevent less background noise and feedback from being picked up by the microphone.