The EV RE-2 Series Wireless Microphone System brings sophisticated professional features to an affordable price point.
The RE-2 is a completely programmable frequency agile system with one-touch Auto-ClearScan, operates over 28MHz (6 TV channels), XLR Mic or Line level output and many other features. Whether you’re performing at the local rock club, lecturing at a corporate seminar, or speaking in a house of worship, the Electro-Voice RE-2 brings ease of use, clear sound, and clean channels to wireless.
The Electro-Voice RE410 is a professional quality handheld condenser microphone that was designed specifically for vocalists, yet has the versatility, smooth response, and dynamic range to make it outstanding for virtually any application. The RE410 is the ideal vocal microphone for anyone that appreciates the crisp high end and warm proximity effect that can only come from a top performing condenser microphone. The response of the RE410 is tailored to provide just a slight amount of air in the 5 to 10kHz area, enhancing the sound without adding stridency.
The RE410 features a cardioid polar pattern that provides great rear rejection and a smooth off-axis response that’s perfect for performers who tend to wander around the mic.
- Versatile Condenser Microphone, Ideal for Vocals (and Instruments)
- Cardioid Polar Pattern with Excellent Feedback Rejection and Acoustic Isolation
- Multistage Pop Filter Eliminates Breath Pop Noises
- Memraflex Hardened Grille Screen
Electro-Voice invented the scanning wireless with the EV NRU, and reinvented wireless with the professional touring RE-1 wireless microphone system, which is currently on tour with Static-X, Fishbone, and Simple Minds, to name a few. It’s been applauded by numerous bands, performers, and sound engineers as a complete wireless solution — combining outstanding sound, simple set-up, and roadworthy construction. Now Electro-Voice has risen to the next level with the RE-2. Athird-generation wireless system, it’s affordable, professional, and designed for those who are serious about their sound.
To Electro-Voice, a company that has over 25 years of experience in wireless innovations. The RE-2 wireless system takes frequency agility to a whole new level... professional RE-1 grade power with previously unmatched simplicity. You can also be assured that there will be no interference, drop-outs, or compromised audio quality. Simply press the one touch Auto-ClearScan button and the receiver finds the clearest channel in seconds. That’s it. You do your job as a professional performer, without the hassle and headache associated with many other wireless systems.
The RE-2 brings clean channels, clear sound, and clever wireless to your performance. Looking for a system that can accommodate electric guitar or bass? Simply switch the unit to the unique guitar
setting to turn the receiver-transmitter into an optimized guitar wireless system. The RE-2 is also available with three different microphone elements to fit the vocalist’s individual style and application – from the popular N/DYM 267a dynamic and RE 410 condenser heads to the flagship Electro-Voice 767a dynamic head, there is a sound to suit any need.
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The HTU2 handheld transmitter is a rugged high impact ABS plastic handle available with N/D767a or RE410 microphone elements. One button on/off/mute button makes the HTU2 easy to use and the smart battery feature makes it easy to maintain.
RE-2 UHF Receiver Features and Benefits
RE-2 UHF Transmitter Features and Benefits
- One touch Auto-ClearScan: Finds the clearest channel in the clearest group in seconds
- Programmable in 25kHz steps across 28 MHz operating bandwidth: 1,112 possible frequencies so it will always find a clear channel
- Backlit LCD displays the Group, Channel, Frequency, transmitter battery level, diversity operation, and RF and Audio signal level meters: Professional systems costing twice as much don’t provide this much information
- Balanced XLR audio output for Microphone or Line level signals and a quarter inch line level jack: Compatible with any application
- Fourth generation Secure-phase diversity and advanced audio circuits: Provide maximum range and professional sound quality
- Unique “Guitar” setting: Turns a standard receiver/bodypack into an optimized guitar wireless system
- Detachable quarter wave antennas: Flexibility - use with optional rackmount kits, antenna distributors and cables for permanent installations
RE-2 UHF Handheld Features and Benefits
- Uniquesmart battery: Impossible to put the battery in wrong, great for quick changes on a dark stage
- LCD Displays Group and Channel, Frequency, or Battery Level: All the info you need at a glance
- Low battery LED: Tells you when to change the battery
- One OnOff button that also acts as a mute: Great for pauses in presentations and worship services
- OnOff button can be disabled: Prevents accidental turnoffs during a performance
- Available with three different microphone elements: Fits the vocalist’s style and environment
- RE 410 Condenser: Low handling noise, crisp condenser sound and off mic performance. Perfect for schools, houses of worship and any other multitasking application.
- NDYM 767a Dynamic premium vocal microphone with VOB (Vocal-Optimized-Bass): Excellent sound and gain-before-feedback for high SPL stages
- Internal half wave antenna: Excellent range; stays out of harm’s way
The low frequency response of the RE410 microphone varies with the distance from the sound source. Known s proximity effect
, maximum bass response is produced in close-up
use with the microphone 1/4 inch from the sound source. Normal bass response is experienced with working distances greater than 24 inches. Working close to the microphone will produce a more robust sound. Close up positioning of the microphone will also reduce the potential for feedback from the sound reinforcement system. When close-talked, the bass-boost provides an increase in overall microphone output level. The mixer gain may be proportionately reduced, resulting in a reduction of the system’s sensitivity to feedback caused by sound entering the microphone from the loudspeakers.