Samson Stage XPD2 Presentation USB Digital Wireless System with LM8 Lavalier Microphone

$185.00

Lavalier Digital Wireless System with USB Receiver – Mac/PC/iOS/Android

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An Easy-to-use Wireless System and Lavalier Microphone

The Samson XPD2 Lavalier defines convenience. A USB-powered receiver and a lavalier microphone transmitter deliver great-sounding audio to your laptop, tablet, or smart device. This USB digital wireless system’s practical 1-touch function makes setup a snap, and a 100-foot operating range provides you with flexible, reliable operation. The XPD2 is ideal for creating streaming content, as well as speech-to-text dictation, conference calls, e-learning, and portable live sound. And a direct connection to your computer’s USB port enables instant transmission of your audio to your DAW or any app of your choice. The XPD2 Lavalier is also compatible with USB-equipped Expedition Series portable PA systems.

1-touch function makes setup a snap

Traditional wireless systems can seem complicated, but the XPD2 Lavelier makes it easy. It doesn’t require any complex setup process such as matching component frequencies. Rather, the XPD2’s no-hassle 1-touch setup function automatically pairs the receiver to the transmitter without any other intervention on your part. And because it’s connected directly to your computer’s USB port, piping audio into your DAW, VoIP, or speech-to-text app is a piece of cake — no audio interface required!

iOS/Android compatibility for mobile creation

The Samson XPD2 Lavalier is tailor-made for on-the-go use. Simply connect the XPD2 to your iOS or Android device via Lightning to USB Camera Adapter or host OTG adapter and you’ve got a first-class mobile recording unit! Your streaming content will get a serious audio upgrade.

Create a terrific mobile wireless presentation

If you’ve got a USB-equipped Samson Expedition Series portable PA system, you can use the XPD2 Lavelier to create a mobile wireless presentation. At City Music, we love how the XPD2’s 100-foot operating range frees us to move around without being tethered to a cable. Duos can even use two XPD2 systems simultaneously!

Samson XPD2 Lavalier Features:

  • Digital wireless system with USB-powered receiver, bodypack transmitter, and Samson LM8 lavalier microphone
  • Ultra-portable wireless receiver is built into a USB stick
  • Practical 1-touch function makes setup a snap
  • 100-foot operating range provides you with flexible, reliable operation
  • Compatible with iOS devices via Lightning to USB camera adapter
  • Compatible with Android devices via host OTG adapter
  • Bodypack transmitter offers 20 hours of battery life (batteries not included)
  • Instant transmission of your audio to a DAW or any app of your choice
  • Ideal for creating streaming content, speech-to-text dictation, conference calls, e-learning, and portable live sound
  • Easy plug-and-play operation with Mac and Windows
  • Works with USB-equipped Samson Expedition Series portable PA systems
System: Simultaneous Channels:

2

System: Analog/Digital:

Digital

System: Frequency Range:

2.4 GHz

System: Operating Range:

100 ft. Line-of-sight

System: Frequency Response:

20Hz-16kHz

System: Microphone Included:

Yes

System: Channel Selection:

Auto

Microphone: Type:

Condenser

Microphone: Polar Pattern:

Omnidirectional

Microphone: Connector:

TA3F

Microphone: Color:

Black

Microphone: Self Noise:

>85dB

Transmitter: Form Factor:

Bodypack

Transmitter: Battery Type:

2 x AA

Transmitter: Battery Life:

20 hours

Transmitter: Connector:

1/8"

Transmitter: Dimensions:

3.75" x 2.4" x 0.75"

Transmitter: Weight:

0.2 lbs.

Receiver: Antenna Type:

Fixed

Receiver: Signal/Noise Ratio:

>85dB (A-weighted)

Receiver: Type:

USB

Receiver: Outputs:

1 x 1/8" (headphones)

Receiver: Dimensions:

3.75" x 2.44" x 0.75"

Manufacturer Part Number:

SWXPD2BLM8

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