About the Sennheiser XLR Base Set
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Sennheiser's XSW-D series has been created as a small, lightweight, easy-to-use solution for speakers and vocalists who want the flexibility of wireless without the hassle and expense of a big, bulky transmitter and receiver. The XSW-D XLR Base Set gives you a small, lightweight, easy-to-use system to simplify your setup.
Light and compact
The XLR Base Set features compact, lightweight transmitter and receiver modules that are simple to set up. The modules are paired at the factory, so they're ready to go as soon as you power them up. They fit easily into your equipment case. You can have up to four transmitters paired to the receiver simultaneously (Note: only one transmitter can be used at a time).
Your microphone plugs into the transmitter via an XLR input jack. Its companion receiver plugs into your mixer channel's XLR input. The transmitter and receiver are powered by internal lithium-ion batteries with up to five hours of battery life per charge — you can recharge the battereies using the included USB-A to USB-C cable. A single control button serves as an on/off switch and also allows you to mute either module.
The system uses a 2.4 GHz connection for crystal-clear sound quality with a range of up to 250 feet, giving you plenty of room to work. Give yourself the freedom and simplicity of a truly compact wireless system with the XLR Base Set.
- digital wireless system includes transmitter, receiver, and charging cable
- receiver connects to XLR mixer channel input
- microphone plugs into transmitter's XLR input jack
- operating range: 250 feet (line of sight)
- operates on 2.4 GHz frequency band
- built-in Li-Ion batteries with up to 5 hours life per charge
- transmitter: 1"W x 1-1/8"H x 4"D
- receiver: 7/8"W x 1"H x 4-1/4"D
- warranty: 2 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 508491
What's in the box:
- One TX XLR Transmitter (female XLR jack)
- One RX XLR Receiver (male XLR jack)
- 40" USB cable (Type-A on one end / type-C on other end / 2.0)
- Quick guide
- Safety instructions
- Multi-colored labels
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More details on the Sennheiser XLR Base Set
Overview: The Sennheiser XSW-D Base Set features a wireless transmitter and receiver, both with XLR connectors, for wireless signal transmission for a dynamic microphone (sold separately). The Base Set is ideal for live presentations, interviews, and any situation where a wireless microphone transmisson is required. The XSW-D Base Set works on a 2.4GHz wireless transmission signal.
TX XLR Transmitter: The included wireless transmitter features a female XLR socket for direct attachement to the base of a dynamic microphone (not included) for recording from the mic.
RX XLR Receiver: A receiver module is included with a male XLR jack for connection to the audio input on an audio mixer, PA system, or recording device. Operational range between transmitters and receiver is up to 250 ft. (under optimal conditions).
Power Button: Both the Transmitter and the Receiver modules include a Power button for powering them on/off. When first powered on, each will display the current battery charge level for that device. Once powered on, a single press of the Power button will Mute the transmitted signal.
Charging: Both the transmitter and the receiver feature an internal 3.7V Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery and a USB-C port for charging the battery. Battery capacity is 850mAh providing operation time of up to 5 hrs. Typical charging time for a depleted battery is approx. 3 hrs. A 40" USB cable is included for charging (Type-A to type-C, 2.0). Both transmitters and receiver have an LED status indicator that will provide the approximate remaining battery charge with the following indications:
- Solid Green: 100%
- Flashing Green: >75%
- Flashing Yellow: 5% - 75%
- Flashing Red: <5%
Pairing: Both the transmitter and receiver in the set are pre-paired at the factory and are ready for immediate use. A wireless 2.4GHz connection is established once the transmitter and receiver are switched on and within range of each other. Up to 4 transmitters can be paired to a receiver, but only one can be used at a time. The other transmitters must be switched off in the meantime.