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The Audix AP61 SAX is a professional true diversity wireless system featuring the ADX20i clip-on cardioid condenser for sax, trumpet and brass instruments. Designed for stage, broadcast and recording, the ADX20i handles high sound pressure levels and provides natural sound reproduction at very close distances. The lightweight, compact and easy-to-use ADX20i features a shock-mounted clip to help reduce noise and vibration. The spring tension clip makes for easy mounting on the bell of an instrument, and a flexible gooseneck allows for precise positioning. A single space rackmount kit with BNC cables for front mounting antennas is included. Optional accessories include a rackmount kit for mounting two systems in one rack space, active directional antennas and an antenna distribution system for up to four systems (4 channels).

Frequency Range
522 MHz – 586 MHz
Audix AP61 SAX Wireless Microphone System with R61 True Diversity Receiver, B60 Bodypack Transmitter and ADX20I Clip-on Condenser Microphone 522-586 MHz

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R61 True Diversity Receiver
  • 64 MHz Wide spectrum tuning receiver
  • 207 pre-coordinated frequencies for quick, easy and reliable set up
  • One-touch auto scan searches for clear channel
  • One-touch sync links transmitter to the receiver via infrared beam
  • 2,560 tunable frequencies
B60 Bodypack Transmitter
  • 64 MHz Wide spectrum transmitter
  • Durable metal housing
  • 14 Hour run time – AA batteries
ADX20i Clip-on Condenser Microphone
  • Uniformly controlled cardioid polar pattern
  • Excellent isolation and feedback control
  • Lightweight, compact and simple to use

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  • Included:
  • R61 64 MHz True Diversity Receiver
  • B60 Bodypack Transmitter
  • ADX20i Clip-On Microphone
  • Two antennas
  • Audio cable
  • Clip
  • Two AA batteries
  • Carrying case
  • Power supply
  • User guide
  • Rackmount hardware
  • Two BNC cables

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One year parts and labor warranty (if no signs of abuse) on all mics.

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