The AKG WMS45 Perception Wireless Presenter systems reproduces the sound of your voice perfectly and accurately. The inconspicuous CK99L lavalier microphone clips on quickly and easily, and provides optimum intelligibility for theater performances, presentations, or talk shows. Requiring little attention, it allows you to focus 100% on your presentation.
The package contains an SR45 receiver, PT45 bodypack transmitter, universal power supply with US/UK/EU adapter, CK99L lavalier microphone and one AA size dry battery.
AKG WMS45 Perception Wireless Presenter Lapel System Features
- 30 MHz selection bandwidth (depending on local frequency plans)
- 8 hours of operation with a single AA size battery
- Speech optimized CK99L lavalier microphone
- Compatible with all AKG MicroMics
- Low battery indicator
- Smallest and lightest bodypack transmitter in its class
The AKG WMS45 Perceptions wireless lapel microphone system comes complete with bandwidths up to 30 MHz and excessively low-current transmitters, which are unique in its class, cementing Perception Wireless as one of the most comprehensive systems in its price range.
The Perception Wireless is designed to accommodate musicians and entry-level audio technicians, although it has the capabilities to handle even the most difficult audio setups with up to 8 channels per band.
The pocket transmitter PT45 – which is the smallest in its class – runs on a single AA battery, and is compatible with all AKG MicroMics. The SR45 Stationary Receiver delivers a diversity system, professional XLR and 1/4 inch jack outputs and the SMPS solution.
“Increasing ease of use with perfect audio transmission was the target for this new wireless microphone system,” said Thomas Umbauer, AKG’s Product Manager for PPA. “Perception Wireless is tailored to your needs, from single-channel applications and individual configurations to multichannel systems. The Vocal, Instrumental, Presenter and Sports sets are the ideal plug-and-play wireless solutions for musicians and small installed sound venues.”