Samson Concert 288 Wireless Dual Handheld Microphone System

With a wireless range up to 300 feet, the Concert 288 system is ideal for larger events. Multiple frequency options keep your performances interference-free.
Samson takes the worry out of wireless with the Concert 288 Handheld Wireless System. Offering easy setup, flawless operation and premium sound, it's the ideal high-performance UHF wireless solution for vocal performances, presentations, educational applications and more where two users are needed.

The dual-channel, frequency-agile Concert 288 Handheld allows for up to 24 systems (48 performers) to operate simultaneously across two frequency bands. The Concert 288 Handheld gives both performers an impressive 300' range of wireless operation between the transmitters and receiver, making the system ideal for large stages and crowd participation. To ensure interference-free performance, the Concert 288 Handheld features a true diversity design. If a drop out does occur, the receiver's tone key triggers an Auto Mute function to eliminate any background noise until the signal is restored.

Featuring a user-friendly front panel, the CR288 Wireless Receiver provides the system with fast and easy setup. To find your optimal channel, the CR288 provides two Select buttons for auto syncing the receiver and transmitter channels via an infrared signal. The panel also contains a dual 7-segment LED to show the operating channels, two Volume knobs, two tuned antennas, as well as Ready and Peak indicators for optimal functionality and monitoring. The back of the receiver features two separate balanced XLR outputs for routing signals to two separate mixer read more channels, as well as a 1/4" unbalanced mix output that condense both signals to a single channel for a direct connection into a PA speaker.

The Concert 288 Handheld features two CH288 Handheld Transmitters with Q6 Dynamic Microphone capsules. These handheld mics bring maximum versatility to any dual-user application, particularly duet performances, as well as audience participation and interview situations. The transmitters, which can operate for up to eight hours on two AA batteries each, are engineered to the finest detail to provide the ultimate in sound reproduction.

With Samson's Concert 288 Handheld Wireless System, advanced technology and total versatility combine to provide high-quality wireless performance wherever singers, presenters, educators and others need it.


- Dual-channel, high-performance UHF wireless system
- 1/4" audio cable, AC adapter and rackmount kit included

CR288 Wireless Receiver:
- Multiple frequency options for interference-free performance in any environment
- Up to 24 systems can be operated simultaneously across two frequency bands
- Separate Volume controls for each wireless signal
- Dual balanced XLR outputs for routing signals to two separate mixer channels
- 1/4" unbalanced mix output to combine signals to one output channel

Two CH288 Handheld Transmitters:
- Two Q6 Dynamic Microphone capsules
- Each offers up to eight hours of battery life using two AA batteries
- 300' operating range
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Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Band H
Shipping Weight: 4.25 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 15 x 12 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): SAM SWC288HQ6 H
Band I
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 14 x 13 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): SAM SWC288HQ6 I
For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 516-870-7200
(2 ratings)
Submitted September 23, 2019 by Nelson d in New york, NY
"wish I had gotten Shure"
To be honest the battery life is great. but that all in a small room with line of sight the have tons on interference piping noise drop outs I can go on on on about the troubles and the price is moderate for not such a good product I got these because the have a mixed in option but not worth it
Musical Background:
dj service and events over 19 years
Musical Style:
Latin , Pop , top 40s jazz
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