Nady Encore II LT Lavalier System Channel AProduct #277504 Nady 277504 YNBD Lavalier Microphone Wireless Systems https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Nady—the wireless pioneer that's been leading the way for 25 years—has made a giant leap ahead with the Nady Encore II LT Lavalier System. The receiver features dual retractable, front-panel antennas and DigiTRU Diversity digital processing circuitry to virtually eliminate dropouts and maximize operating range (250 ft. or 500+ line-of-sight). The rugged half-rack design has RF and AF 5-LED displays for monitoring incoming signal strength and audio level, balanced XLR and adjustable unbalanced 1/4" jack outputs, noise-free transmitter on/off operation, and unique snap-out side-panel locking tabs for convenient single receiver or dual receiver (side-by-side) optional rackmounting. The Nady transmitter works perfectly with the Lavalier mic supplied (omni or unidirectional) or a choice of Headmic headworn mics. Encore II features top-panel input level adjust and locking mini-jack for secure mic attachment. Up to 15 hours operation time with one 9-volt battery.
- Dual retractable antennas
- DigiTRU Diversity digital processing to combat dropouts
- Rugged half-rack design
- Noise free on/off
- 250-foot range (500+ line-of-sight)
- Works with included Emailer mics or Headmic headworn mics
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Comments about Nady Encore II LT Lavalier System:
This VHF system is very limited in its use. As most already know, VHF really requires a clear line of site for optimal usage experience. The challenge with Lavaliers is clear line of site. I wouldn't recommend this system, it is better to spend the extra money for a UHF system that will function best under varied circumstances. This would be best used in a very stationary situation where the clear line of site is definate and no obstruction is most likely. If you want something for mobile speakers, go with UHF.