WS-5325H

WS-5325H UHF Wireless Set

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  • The WS-5325H includes a wireless transmitter WM-5325, a headset microphone WH-4000H, and a diversity wireless tuner WT-5810. The WM-5325 wireless transmitter has been manufactured for use with a UHF system. Thanks to the PLL-synthesizer system, 64 different operating frequencies are made available. A high output power ensures stable radio signal transmission. The WH-4000H employs an electret condenser microphone element and has been designed for use in speech reinforcement applications. The WT-5810 is a PLL-synthesizer controlled double superhetrodyne diversity tuner designed to be used with a UHF wireless system. It employs a compander noise reduction circuit to minimize the influence of ambient RF noise.

    Channel 38: Frequency 863 – 865

  • Specifications
    Product Composition Wireless transmitter WM-5325 …1, Headset microphoneWH-4000H, …1,Diversity wireless tuner WT-5810 …1
    Frequency Range 576 – 865 MHz (*1), UHF
    Tone Frequency 32.768 kHz
    Operating Temperature -10 ℃ to +50 ℃ (14 ゜F to 122 ゜F)
    Accessory AC adapter (*2) …1, Screw driver …1, Storage case …1, Neck strap …1

    Wireless transmitter(*3) 0 dB = 1 V

    Modulation Frequency modulation
    Channel Selectable 64 channels (the number of channels may differ from country to country)
    RF Carrier Power Less than 50 mW (Factory preset 10 mW ERP)
    Oscillator PLL synthesized
    Maximum Input Level -14 dB to -29 dB (*3) (Audio level control: Min. to Max.)
    Battery WB-2000 (WB-2000-2 contains 2 pieces) rechargeable battery (option) orAA alkaline dry cell battery
    Battery Life Approx. 13 h (when the WB-2000 rechargeable battery is used)Approx. 10 h (when the alkaline battery is used)
    Indicator Power/Battery lamps
    Antenna Built-in type
    Finish Resin, coating
    Dimensions 62 (W) × 102.5 (H) × 23 (D) mm (2.44 × 4.04″ × 0.91″)
    Weight 90 g (0.2 lb) (with battery)

    Headset microphone(*3) 0 dB = 1 V

    Microphone Element Electret condenser type: Unidirectional
    Sensitivity -66 dB ±3 dB (0 dB = 1 V/0.1 Pa, 1 kHz)
    Cord Length 1.3 m (4.27 ft)
    Finish Frame: Stainless, black (silicon rubber), Gooseneck: Black (shrink tube)
    Weight 50 g (0.11 lb) (cable included)

    Diversity wireless tuner(*3) 0 dB = 1 V

    Power Source AC mains (supplied AC adapter must be used)
    Power Consumption 130 mA (12 V DC)
    Channel Selectable 16 channels
    Receiving System Double super-heterodyne
    Diversity System Space diversity
    Mixing Output MIC: -60 dB (*3), 600Ω, balanced,XLR-3-32 type connectorLINE: -20 dB (*3), 600 Ω, unbalanced, phone jack
    Mixing Input -20 dB (*3), 10 kΩ, unbalanced, phone jack
    Antenna Whip antenna
    Receiving Sensitivity 90 dB or more, Signal to Noise ratio (20 dBμV input, 40 kHz deviation)
    Squelch Sensitivity 16 – 40 dBμV variable
    Squelch System Using together of noise SQ, carrier SQ and tone SQ
    Indicator ANT A/B, Audio (peak), Battery alarm, Channel number
    Channel Check Usable frequencies scanning
    Signal to Noise Ratio 104 dB or more (A-weight, unbalanced output)
    Harmonic Distortion 1 % or less (typical)
    Frequency Response 100 Hz – 15 kHz, ±3 dB
    Finish Resin, black
    Dimensions 206 (W) × 40.6 (H) × 152.7 (D) mm (8.11 × 1.6″ × 6.01″) (excluding antenna)
    Weight 590 g (1.3 lb)


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The WS-5300H includes a headset wireless microphone WM-5320H and a diversity tuner WT-5810. The WM-5320H wireless microphone has been manufactured for use with a UHF system. It incorporates a cardioid pick-up pattern and has been designed for use in speech reinforcement applications. The built-in compressor-expander circuit minimizes the influence from ambient noise. It’s gooseneck can be adjusted to any desired angle to facilitate use. The WT-5810 is a PLL-synthesizer controlled double superhetrodyne diversity tuner designed to be used with a UHF wireless system. It employs a compander noise reduction circuit to minimize the influence of ambient RF noise.

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