No matter whether you are a speaker, presenter or rocking the crowd, the XS Wireless Presentation Set puts you in front of every stage. The XSW 52-A is part of the XS series of wireless mics from Senn... Read More
No matter whether you are a speaker, presenter or rocking the crowd, the XS Wireless Presentation Set puts you in front of every stage. The XSW 52-A is part of the XS series of wireless mics from Sennheiser, one of the industry's renowned leaders in microphone technology. The XS series receiver runs on 960 tunable frequencies across 24 MHz, to avoid any possible interference with your sound. The receivers are all made of solid-construction metal housing, and provide up to 10 hours of operation time for a worry-free performance.
The XSW 52-A Headmic Set features a compact bodypack transmitter and a lightweight, comfortable headset mic that will give you absolute freedom of movement for a vivid and impressive live performance. With 2.4GHz synchronization between the transmitter and receiver and 10mW of output, the XSW 52-A Headmic Set will have you performing from a range of up to 250 feet in ideal RF environments. There are 8 frequency banks containing 12 coordinated frequencies each, which will allow for a fast setup of multi-channel systems. Connections include dual outputs with balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4", selectable for either mic or line level uses. The package includes the ME 3 cardioid headset mic, SK 20 bodypack transmitter, EM 10 true diversity receiver, NT 2-3 power supply, 2 rod antennas, and 2 AA batteries.
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I bought 10 of these as part of a sound system upgrade for a high school. They worked great once the kids got them out from under their noses and we learned a few other things. First, I'd suggest pulling the mute button out and covering the hole with gaffers tape. The button is soft rubber and comes in and out easily. We also taped over all the other controls. They are way to easy to hit when you are burring the body pack in a costume. The only real problem we had was that one of the belt clips broke off. I don't know what caused that -- maybe horseplay back stage. What really surprised me was that there is no way for a user to replace the clip. It's installed from the inside and you'd have to remove all the guts from the unit. The problem there is that after puling a few screws, you need to start unsoldering. Yuck!!!! I called the support number at Sennheiser and was blown away when I got to talk to a real person who knew what they were talking about. The next surprise was that he didn't care how it got broke. It was under warranty so it was covered. I printed of a prepaid UPS shipping label they provided, boxed it up and dropped it at a UPS pickup. A couple of days later, I got an email saying they had received the unit. A couple of more days and I got another email with the return shipping tracking number. A couple more days and it's sitting at my door. Now that's service! Now I just hope that I just had a weak clip and this isn't a sign of things to come.
I purchased 8 of these mics to replace a unit that was an all inclusive 8 mics in one unit. That 8 in 1 was a big mistake. I have not had any problem finding a frequency with these XSW-52 mics that I could use without interference. They link to the transmitter automatically with the sync feature. My sound board is about 80 feet from the mics and there is excellent sound quality and I have not experenced any drop-out. The sound is a little bassy, but is easily corrected with th EQ and repositioning the mic distance from the mouth. For the money these were a very good solution to an unacceptable problem.