Panasonic Announces 1.9 GHz Digital Wireless Microphone System

Panasonic said the new wireless mic system was designed for lecture halls and auditoriums. The system has expandability to handle spaces from small to large with high sound quality, having connection of up to eight antennas allowing for full coverage in any space.

Panasonic said the new sound system offers clear sound achieved with a wide frequency band and noise suppression technology. It also offers a high level of privacy and confidentiality secured with pairing registration using DECT 1 technology.

Using a high-compression-ratio voice codec, this system achieves a frequency band of 100 Hz to 15 kHz. Newly developed noise suppression technology makes clear voice reproduction possible. An internal low-cut filter switch makes it possible to enhance sound clarity by attenuating low frequencies.

The system uses standard AA batteries and non-contact charging. The microphones use a single AA Ni-MH or alkaline battery.

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