Mipro ACT-30H with Up-Down volume control
ACT-30H with Up/Down volume controlControl portable PA master volume from the micsuits MA 708 / MA 808 only
Extremely rugged, ergonomically designed housing.
The unique flat top multi-layered steel grille protects the capsule against impact, rolling, pop noise and ensures sound clarity.
The unique flat top multi-layered steel grille for condenser capsules and round top for dynamic capsules protect the capsule against impact, rolling and pop noise. The upper grille is able to be detached easily for cleaning and hygiene practices.
Premium true condenser microphone capsule provides high fidelity, wide frequency response, high dynamic range, rapid transient response, clarity and accurate sound reproduction.
Proprietary lockable silent on/off switch to avoid accidental power-off during performance.
Impact-resistant battery compartment holds 2 AA batteries.
Interchangeable colored rings for microphone channel identification on stage.
LCD displays group, channel, battery level & error message codes.
Low spurious PLL-synthesized technology enhances frequency stability and reliability. Patented “Built-in” antenna design.
World’s first ACT™ function provides precise and rapid frequency sync to the transmitters.
Industry’s only digital master control can be adjusted manually or wireless via new ACT-30Hr handheld transmitter microphone. (for MA-708 & MA-808 portables)
Built In Volume Control: Yes. For MA-708 & MA-808 portable installed with MRM-70 & MRM-72 receiver modules.
Housing: Rugged Plastic
Oscillation Mode: PLL Synthesized
Frequency Range: UHF 480~934MHz
Channel Set-Up: ACT Sync
RF Output Power: 10~30mW (country dependent)
Spurious Emissions: <-55dBc
Max. Input Level: 140dB SPL
Display: LCD displays group, channel, battery status & error codes.
Capsules: Standard: MU-79 ECM
Optional: MU-89 TCM or MU-59 Dynamic
Battery: 2 AA alkaline
Dimensions: 50(Ø) × 233(L)mm
Weight Approx: 246g (excluding batteries)
Patents & Approvals Patented: Telecom and safety regulations approved.
Note: Refer to actual product in the event of product discrepancy.
Frequency range and maximum deviation comply with the regulations of different countries.