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Sennheiser | XSW 1-835-BC | Wireless Handheld Mic System | BC-BAND

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Original price $549.00
Original price $549.00 - Original price $549.00
Original price $549.00
Current price $399.00
$399.00 - $399.00
Current price $399.00
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The Sennheiser XSW 1-835 bundles great sound and ease of use into a sleek handheld wireless system. The transmitter employs an 835 cardioid capsule with a warm, smooth sound, excellent feedback rejection, and superior SPL handling. Convenient features like one-button scanning and synchronization are housed in a streamlined receiver with built-in antennas. Intuitive icon-based indicators make operation a piece of cake. Use up to 10 systems simultaneously. The Sennheiser XSW 1-835 is a great handheld wireless system for singers, presenters, and instrumentalists.

Wireless vocal set. Includes (1) SKM 835-XSW handheld transmitter with mute switch and e835 capsule (cardioid, dynamic), (1) MZQ 1 mic clip, (1) EM-XSW 1 stationary receiver with internal antennas and (1) NT 12-5 CW power supply, frequency range: BC (670-694 MHz)

  • Excellent live sound featuring Sennheiser’s renowned evolution microphone capsules
  • Automatic frequency management and synchronization via remote channel for easy setup
  • Up to 10 compatible channels
  • Excellent live sound featuring Sennheiser’s renowned evolution microphone capsules (e835)
  • Antenna-switching diversity reception
  • Integrated antennas
  • Automatic frequency management and synchronization via remote channel for easy setup
  • Selectable UHF frequencies within a large bandwidth
  • Up to 10 compatible channels

Choose the Wireless Frequency correctly 

> Wireless Audio Devices Guide - by Department of Infrastructure of Australian Government
https://www.communications.gov.au/what-we-do/spectrum/wireless-audio-devices

> ACMA's Channel Finder - to check what is available in your area
https://channelfinder.acma.gov.au/

Sennheiser frequency Calculator - to find the best frequency to use in your area
http://www.frequencyfinder.com.au/