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Pocket-sized wireless mic transmitter

By Mark Hallinger

The MTP41S pocket wireless transmitter has being unveiled. This extremely small and light pocket transmitter was specially designed for professional wireless microphone applications, including broadcast, film, location sound and live sound reinforcement.

Massimo Polo, sales and marketing director, Wisycom, said, “The newly updated MTP41S now incorporates all of the features of its big brother, the MTP40S in a compact frame.”

The biggest feature added to the MTP41S is the integrated hardware limiter. The limiter acts as a variable attenuator maintaining a distortion less than 3%, without lost quality. These features have been added to standardise performance in Wisycom’s body-pack transmitter product line.

“The 100mW output power will now offer top in-class performance in the tough environments of today’s RF spectrum,” Polo added. “Peak audio levels are controlled better with the advancement of the hardware limiter, while the device transmits a digitally modulated sub-carrier, suitable for tone-squelch operating, remote battery monitoring and optional PTT [push to talk] operation.”

The MTP41S presents users with up to 232 MHz bandwidth in 470/798 MHz range, offering a wide range of frequency options. Setup is fast via an OLED display, a gain/frequency button and a ‘joggle’ selector.

The miniature design of the MTP41S features flexible PCB (no connectors) for extended reliability, and an ultra-light metal alloy body. It also offers user-selectable multi-companding systems: ENR (noise optimised) or ENC (voice optimised). Power options include one AA Alkaline or rechargeable NiMH or Lithium battery.