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The Fender Passport Wireless Executive System is a unique, extremely simple, yet effective system, that provides high quality, reliable wireless microphone operation. The Executive System contains a belt-pack transmitter, a lavalier microphone, a headset microphone, an instrument cable, and a custom designed docking receiver.
The Executive Wireless System combines high technology design with the latest construction methods and high quality components for superior performance in all applications. Once installed, the only requirement of the operator is to make sure the microphone/ transmitter is fitted with a fresh battery.
Belt Pack Transmitter Unit
The Belt Pack transmitter has a 4-pin input connector for use with the interchangeable microphones and instrument cable. The microphone and instrument cables have a miniature jack plug. These have threaded collars to assure secure attachment to the transmitter. When attaching an input source, make sure to insert its jack plug, then turn clockwise to lock into place.
The lavalier microphone, (sometimes known as a lapel microphone), is very effective and relatively invisible. The microphone element is an electret-condenser type.
This microphone is essentially of the same type as the lavalier microphone. The Fender headset system can be worn securely and comfortably even when used by physically active performers or instructors. It is designed to go underneath and around the hairline at the back of the neck and fix lightly but securely to the ears of the user. The neckband is adjustable for size and fit. The pivot arm tension and length can be adjusted.
Custom Docking Receiver
The wireless receiver is built into the "docking" unit that mounts inside Passport's storage compartment. All power, audio and antenna connections are built into the docking receiver.
With the Passport Wireless System, the transmitter and receiver are locked to a specific tone key frequency that is carried "invisibly" with the signal from the transmitter. If the receiver loses this tone key, it soft-mutes the output of the receiver. In this way, should for example, the battery run low in your transmitter, and its transmission is interrupted, no annoying noises or spurious signals will be fed to the system.
The instrument cable allows virtually noise-free, high quality wireless transmission of instruments or line level sources. The cable simply plugs directly into the source instrument and the transmitter.
1 Wireless headset microphone
1 Wireless lavalier microphone
1 Belt-pack Wireless Transmitter (Instrument/Line Cable Included)
Receiver is Built in to the "Docking" Unit Which Mounts Inside the Storage Compartment
Power, Audio and Antenna Connections are Built into the Docking Unit
Specialized "Tone-Key" System Locks the Receiver to the Transmitter
Passport System Automatically Mutes When the Michrophone is Off or Out of Range
Automatically Routes Signal to Channel 1
Oscillation Mode: Quartz-Controlled
Receiving Mode: Non-Diversity
Dynamic Range: >100dB
Squelch: Tone Key squelch controlled circuitry
Signal/Noise Ratio: >100dB
Total Harmonic Distortion: < 0.5%
Frequency Response: 50Hz-18kHz +/-3dB
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Comments about Fender Passport Wireless Executive Microphone System - Channel 9A:
I use the Fender Passport 150 in my classroom (elementary vocal music) and purchased the Executive Wireless System to go with it. I use the headset mic, not the lavalier. I've been using this for an entire school year, and am very happy with the product. The headset took a few days to get used to, but once I got accustomed to wearing it. it is very comfortable. It typically stays put, and I appreciate the adjustability of mic positioning. I have found that some days the mic starts drooping, which can be annoying. I usually slide the arm a little farther up on the bracket, which seems to help. Installing the wireless system was easy. I don't know anything about PA systems and I figured it out on the first try. The belt pack is fairly small- about the size of a deck of cards, with a short antenna- that fits comfortably on your belt or even in a pocket. It does burn through batteries. The first couple weeks of school I was averaging 2 9-volts each week (teaching about 20 hours a week w/mic) until I invested in rechargeables. I've been rotating 3 rechargeables since then with no problem. Changing the battery only takes a second, so I can do that during class without much interruption. Teaching with a mic has saved my voice and my sanity! I highly recommend this wireless system for use with the Passport.
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