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Azden WLX-PRO Camera Mountable VHF Wireless Microphone System, Includes WR-PRO Receiver, WLT-PRO Transmitter, Hook and Loop Mounting Tape, Shoe Mount


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About Azden WLX-PRO + I

The Azden WLX-PRO Camera Mountable VHF Wireless Microphone System is now compatible with Smartphone's and Tablets. The WLX-PRO+i includes a new interface cable making it compatible with any mobile device with a TRRS jack. Record great wireless audio into your iPhone 3/4/5, iPad (3rd generation and newer), Samsung Galaxy S 3/4/5, Galaxy Tab 3 and most Android devices. The WLX-PRO+i is an easy to use and affordable wireless audio system combining the WL/T-PRO transmitter with the WR-PRO camera mount receiver.

The WL/T-PRO combines the WM-PRO body-pack transmitter with the EX-503 electrets condenser omni-directional lavalier microphone. This is the standard 2 frequency switchable (169.445MHz and 170.245MHz) body-pack transmitter for all "PRO" series receivers. Uses a single 9V alkaline battery and comes with a belt-clip.

The WR-PRO is a single channel receiver, but has two selectable operating frequencies to choose from (169.445MHz and 170.245MHz) giving the user an option in case one channel has interference. Comes with camera shoe mount and a hard wired 3.5mm mono microphone output cable.

Azden WLX-PRO + I Features

  • Smartphone and tablet compatible
  • Single Channel VHF wireless system
  • WL/T-PRO body-pack transmitter & lapel mic
  • WR-PRO Camera Mount Receiver
  • 2 selectable operating frequencies
  • Operates in the low-interference VHF band
  • Transmit audio up to 300 feet away
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