The Azden 1201BT Body-Pack Transmitter is designed for use with the 1201 Series receivers. The 1201Series also offers 188 user selectable, DTV compliant frequencies. A Hirose connection accommodates compatible lavalier microphones. There is a multi-function digital display, and rugged construction ensures reliable use outdoors, on the road, etc. The transmitter is powered via 2-AA alkaline batteries for up to 8-hours.
In The Box
Transmission Frequencies: 188 User Selectable, UHF (638.125 - 661.875 MHz)
Output Power: 25mW
Frequency Response: 50Hz-15kHz
Antenna: 1/4 Wavelength (internal)
Max Modulation Sensitivity: -4dBm
Noise Reduction: Compander (THAT)
MIC Level / Imped.: -56dBm / 2.2kΩ (± 5kHz Deviation)
Power Requirements: 3V DC (2 “AA” Alkaline) @ less than 150mA
Dimensions: 2.48 (W) x 3.86 (H) x 1.12 (D) inches
63 (W) x 98 (H) x 28.5 (D) mm
Both Series are capable of high performance and broadcast quality however, the 2000 Series has been designed and uses components that are not affected by extreme heat, cold or humidity. The 2000 Series also offers superior image rejection allowing the signal to come through even in areas with saturated radio signals.
We recommend using standard alkaline batteries. We do not recommend using rechargeable batteries with any of our VHF and UHF wireless units, mixers or microphones. In general, rechargeables will not last as long as standard alkaline batteries.
No, you can not. While both systems use the same transmission frequencies, 1201 and 2000 systems each use a different method for companding the signal. You might be able to get audio between the two types of units but the quality of it will be noticeably degraded.
Both the 1201BT and the 2000BT use a Hirose connection for their microphone input. Azden offers 4 models of lavalier microphones (EX503H, EX505UH, EX-50H, ECM-44H) and 4 models of headset/neck-worn microphones (HS-9H, HS-11H, HS-12H, CM-20DH) with a Hirose connector.
Additionally, the 1201XT and 2000XT plug-in transmitters will allow you to use any microphone with a 3-pin XLR output with your system.