Samson Airline 77 UHF TD Wireless with HM40 Wind Instrument Microphone

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Channel Frequencies
- Channel N1: 642.375 MHz
- Channel N2: 642.875 MHz
- Channel N3: 644.125 MHz
- Channel N4: 644.750 MHz
- Channel N5: 645.500 MHz
- Channel N6: 645.750 MHz

Receiver (CR77)
- Type of Reception: Single Superheterodyne, True Diversity
- Oscillation Type: Synthesized PLL Frequency Control
- D-emphasis: 50 mF sec
- IF Frequency: 10.7 MHz
- Antenna: 1/4 Wavelength Rod
- In/Out: DC Inlet, Balanced Output, Unbalanced Output
- Display (LED): Antenna A/B (Green), Power On (Red), Peak (Yellow), RF Level (5 pc)
- Level Controls: Volume, Squelch
- Operating Voltage: 12 Volts + 10 %
- Current Consumption: 160 mA (at all LED lights)
- Receiving Frequency Range: 801 - 805 MHz
- Sensitivity: 18 dB mF @ THD 2%
- Squelch Sensitivity: 0 - 40 dB mF (Adjustable)
- Selectivity: +/- 150 kHz (AF Out Ratio -60 dB)
- S/N Ratio (Overall): 90 dB (w/ IHF-A fi lter)
- Residual Noise: 90 dBv (w/ IHF-A fi lter)
- Band Mute: +/- 50 kHz / +/- 100 kHz (RF IN: 46 dBu EMF)
- AF Frequency Response: 50 Hz - 15 kHz (+/- 3 dB overall)
- Audio Output Level - Unbalanced: 0 dBv
- Audio Output Level - Balanced: -20 dBm (Line), -40 dBm (Mic) Switch
- Audio Output Impedance/Unbalanced: 5 k Ohms
- Audio Output Impedance/Balanced: 600 Ohms
- Dimensions: 8.5 in. (w) x 1.75 in. (h) x 4.6 in.(d) 216 mm (w) x 44 mm (h) x 116 mm (d)
- Weight: .75 lb / 340 g
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 631-784-2200
(20 ratings)
Submitted April 9, 2011 by a customer from
"Great Sound for the Dollar-Smooth"
I play an I 5 audix mic normally with an adapter going through a Nanoverb and an Art Tube MP to boost the signal. The nanoverb has 2 inputs so I added my wireless mic and I'm playing the HM40 Samson exclusively now.
The Sound of the HM40 Samson Mic has a smooth mid range, slightly warm low end and the highs are sweet. Very Nice Mic setup for the buck. I was pleasantly surprised by the sound. If your Key Noise coming from your sax comes through your mic you need to get it fixed. No Key Noise for me.
Everything you need comes with the mic. the plastic cover is delicate to replace the battery and could easily break if you don't handle it with care but otherwise nice. The battery last 3 gigs.
Ease of Use
The mute and power switch could be confusing if you get in a rush.
I take very good care of all my gear with loading and unloading and setting up and tear down. It should last a long time. If you treat it with respect it will be around for a while.
For the buck you really can't beat it.
Manufacturer Support
The Wow Factor
No belt pack. I love that.
Musical Background:
Hobbyist Pro-Active Musician/Audio Tech
Musical Style:
Funk, Smooth Jazz, Rock
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