Mipro ACT-7 Series

Wireless mic system
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What is it?A wireless microphone system designed for live performance, theatres, houses or worship and other applications where bandwidth is restricted. DetailsThe Mipro ACT-7 Series comprises ACT-717a single channel, ACT-727a dual channel and ACT-747a quad channel UHF receivers, ACT-7Ta wideband UHF bodypack transmitter and ACT-7Ha wideband UHF handheld transmitter. The three receivers each offer ultra-wide 216MHz bandwidth (482 - 698MHz) across three 72MHz wide bands and provide up to 48 interference-free operating channels in band 5UA and 6UA, and up to 44 interference-free operating channels in band 5US. Band 5UA and 6UA receivers offer 384 selectable preset frequencies (364 for 5US receivers) in 15 groups for easy set up and operation. A further group allows selection of up to16 user-defined presets chosen from 2,881 frequencies in each band. ACT-7 Series receivers include PLL synthesized RF technology plus ‘third-generation’ circuitry said to improve anti-interference characteristics and lower interference.
 Optimised for use with ACT-7 receivers, the ACT-7Ta bodypack transmitter features improved RF circuitry with expanded 36MHz bandwidth. The transmitter’s SPL input incorporates Mipro’s proprietary ‘photo-cell coupling’ circuitry for improved audio performance. As it’s name suggests, the design features ACT circuitry for easy frequency setup, a selectable impedance switch for mic, guitar or line inputs, full sensitivity level adjustment, silent on/off switch plus mini-XLR connectivity with a threaded bayonet attachment. The ACT-7HMa wideband UHF handheld transmitter offers expanded 36MHz bandwidth, low power consumption, low handling noise and a lockable silent on/off switch. A choice of MU79b cardioid condenser, MU89b super-cardioid true condenser or MU39b super-cardioid dynamic capsules are available with ACT circuitry providing easy frequency setup. The ACT-7Hma is built into a rugged magnesium allow housing with an anti-pop, anti-roll multi-layer grille.



MIPRO ACT finds favour with UK dance group

UK: Chicane's sound engineer, Tim Peeling, has been using MIPRO's ACT digital wireless radio system, reports David Davies. Peeling discovered the system through UK hire company Concert Sound, and first employed it for shows in the UK and Romania earlier this year.