Electro-Voice RE2-N7 Wireless System with EV 767a Dynamic Element  

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The RE-2 Wireless Microphone system combines frequency agility and ease of use like no other. The RE-2 transmitters and receivers operate over a 24 MHz band width in the UHF portion of the Radio Frequency spectrum. The high quality audio circuitry and advanced Radio Frequency (RF) signal processing offer broadcast quality signal-to-noise and audio clarity. The RE2-N7 System includes the RE-2 Diversity Receiver and the HTU2PRO Transmitter with N/D 767a Cardiod Dynamic Microphone Element.

Consumer Alert:

Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.

RE-2 Receiver
  • One-touch Auto-ClearScan
  • Programmable in 25kHz steps across 28 MHz
  • operating bandwidth
  • Backlit LCD displays the Group, Channel, Frequency, transmitter battery level, diversity operation, RF, and Audio signal level meters
  • Balanced XLR audio output for Microphone or Line level signals and a
  • 1/4-inch line level jack
  • Fourth-generation Posi-phase diversity and advanced audio circuits
  • Unique "Guitar" setting
  • Detachable 1/4 wave antennas
RE-2 UHF Transmitter
  • Unique "smart" battery
  • LCD Displays Group and Channel, Frequency, or Battery Level
  • Low battery LED
  • One On/Off button that also acts as a mute
  • On/Off button can be disabled
RE-2 UHF Handheld
  • NDYM 767a Dynamic premium vocal microphone
  • with VOBTM(Vocal-Optimized-Bass)
  • Internal 1/2-wave antenna

RE2-N7 Wireless System with EV 767a Dynamic Element Specifications:

RE-2 Receiver
  • Receiver Type: Synthesized PLL
  • Frequency Range (RF): A Band 648 - 676 MHz (TV Channels 43 - 48),
  • B Band 696 - 724 MHz (TV Channels 54 - 56), D Band 798 ” 822 Mhz, E Band 841 ” 865 MHz
  • Number of Channels: >1122 possible frequencies, programmable in 25 kHz steps
  • Modulation: +/- 40 kHz
  • Diversity: Digital Posi-Phase True Diversity
  • RF Sensitivity: <1.0 _V for 12 dB SINAD
    Image Rejection: >60 dB
  • Squelch:Tone Code plus Amplitude
  • Ultimate Quieting: >100 dB
  • FCC Certification: Approved under Part 15
  • Power Requirements: 12-15V AC/DC, 300mA
  • Antennas Detachable: 1/4 wave
  • Receiver Dimensions: 1.72 in. H x 7.50 in. W x 5.9 in., D 43.69 mm H x 190.50 mm W x 150 mm D
Audio Parameters
  • Frequency Response: 50-15 kHz +/- 2dB
  • Balanced Output (typical): (max @ 40 kHz deviation) 330mV RMS 100K OHM Load, Mic Position, 10mV to 2V RMS 100K OHM Load, Line Position
  • Unbalanced Output: adjustable 10 mV to 1V RMS, 100K OHM Load
  • Distortion: <1.0%, 0.5% typical (ref 1kHz, 40kHz deviation)
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio: >100 dB A Weighted
  • Dynamic Range: >100 dB
  • Transmitter: HTU-2
  • Radiated Output: 30 mW Typical
  • Microphone Head: N/D 767a supercardioid N/DYM dynamic
  • TA4F Connector Wiring: Pin 1: Ground; Pin 2 Mic Input;
  • Pin 3: +5V bias; Pin 4: +5V bias through a 3k
  • Audio Gain Adjustment Range: 40 dB BPU-2
  • 26 dB HTU-2
  • Power Requirements: 9 Volt Alkaline Battery
  • Battery Life (Typical): >8 hours with 9-Volt Alkaline Typical
  • Handheld Antenna: Internal 1/2 wave
  • Dimensions (Handheld): 24.0 cm (9.4 in.) Long
  • Radiated Output Normal 5 mW typical, High 50 mW typical
  • Microphone Head: 767a Supercardioid N/DYM Dynamic
  • Handheld Antenna: Internal 1/2 wave
  • Dimensions (Handheld): 26.8 cm (10.5 in.) Long
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Electro-VoiceRE2-N7 Wireless System with EV 767a Dynamic Element

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Comments about Electro-Voice RE2-N7 Wireless System with EV 767a Dynamic Element:

In the past, I have used Shure Beta58a's wired and wireless, so I can only relate to those for comparison.

The reason I chose the EV is that most reviews I have seen for this microphone have shown it to have superior feedback rejection and on this, it is SPOT ON. I have literally been able to walk in front of our stage speakers without it feeding back. Part of this is because you have to pretty much be right on top of the microphone for best sound. Any of our Shures (wired or wireless) have a tendency to pick up all sorts of sounds across the stage causing all sorts of feedback issues. This microphone is fantastic at negating this.

Setup and use are pretty much a cake walk. This uses 9 volt batteries however, so I highly recommend picking up a good set of rechargeable 9 volts. There is only one company (that I know of) that makes a VERY good Lithium Polymer 9 volt battery that works just as long as regular alkaline 9 volts. At the end of one of my shows, I'm usually only ever down to about 75% on either the rechargeable or alkaline 9 volts.

Sound quality is great. It is not quite as bright as Shures, however, I personally didn't feel as if I needed that brightness. The VOB feature is quite nice that gives a nice presence in the vocals so you can be heard and noticed through the mix.

Here is where I come to the reason why I only give this 3 stars.
At this point, reliability (for me) is a complete unknown. I took note of how light this microphone is, and while it's great in your hands for extended use (don't want to be tired holding a microphone and running around all night) I have now come to the point where I'm not sure of it's build quality. This was bought in 12/13/2010 and in 03/26/2011 it mysteriously stopped working in the middle of a show.
As of now, I am not sure whether or not this is a fluke (because I have seen NO other reviews with a similar experience as mine) or if this should be carefully regarded in future microphone purchases.

So far, the people I have talked with from EV (or BOSCH which is the parent company) have been great and helpful. Their wireless systems are apparently under a 2 year warranty, so that is comforting as well. I will be shipping this microphone back and hoping for the best.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


A great microphone


from Villages, FL

Comments about Electro-Voice RE2-N7 Wireless System with EV 767a Dynamic Element:

I really love this unit. The sound and vocal clarity are excellent. I use mine with a Bose L1 system and it has a built in preset for it that works very well. Nice tone and projection. I use a touch of reverb on my setup and it still does not get muddy sounding. I tried some compression and had a hint of feedback. The compression, didn't add enough to be worth the feedback risk. I can pretty much walk past my speaker system with out feedback issues, so I am very happy about that. Other comment felt the construction was a bit cheap with the microphone being plastic, but I have found it to be light and very comfortable. Especially when holding a mic for about 4 hours, it is much better then a Senheiser for example. Those get heavy after a while. I have had mine about 1 and a half years now, and now problems. The battery life is good, about 8 hours worth, good for 2 gig's.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


A Decent Wireless Mic


from Missouri

Comments about Electro-Voice RE2-N7 Wireless System with EV 767a Dynamic Element:

I actually give this mic 3.75 stars. I have used EV wired mics and liked the sound, which is why I ordered this wireless mic. As with the other EV mics, the sound is great--5 Stars. I actually prefer the tone to the Shure Beta 58 I used for the last year. It picks up my voice really well without my lips having to be touching it all the time. I am a female vocalist and keyboardist, and I am very pleased with the resonance of my whole vocal range, and also with the ability to pull away slightly for keyboard purposes and still be heard. Really nice, rich tone. The receiver is easy to set up which I love. Battery life is as promised. However, I am not impressed with the construction of the mic and accessories. The mic does not seem very heavy-duty (seems to be a cheap plastic construction) and I am concerned about long-term wear-and tear, because I am a traveling musician. The mic case is flimsy and cheaply-made. It does not close correctly and has been a major source of frustration for me when trying to quickly pack and leave a stage. The components do not fit well in the case--mic and receiver are fine, but power cord and mic clip have to be stuffed into foam which then aggravates the closing issue. The case gets one star. I am also having major feedback issues that I have yet to resolve. This could be my problem only, but something to consider if you are a live musician playing in different venues all the time. I would highly recommend this mic on its beautiful sound quality--but think twice if you will be abusing it because I am not convinced it will hold up. The Shure may be a better option for situations where it is likely to be dropped or otherwise abused.

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