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Samson Concert 88a Wireless microphone system with handheld transmitter for use with Samson powered speakers (K frequency band, 470-494 MHz)

Item # 89988HQ6K

When you're looking for a wireless system, you're looking for good sound, versatility, ease of operation, and...

When you're looking for a wireless system, you're looking for good sound, versatility, ease of operation, and...

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Item # 89988HQ6K

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About the Samson Concert 88a

Bob Bihlmayer

Get the system that's right for you

When you're looking for a wireless system, you're looking for good sound, versatility, ease of operation, and affordability. Samson's Concert 88 Series of wireless systems gives you the performance you're looking for in a dependable, simple-to-use system at a price point you'll like.

Get the system that's right for you

When you're looking for a wireless system, you're looking for good sound, versatility, ease of operation, and affordability. Samson's Concert 88 Series of wireless systems gives you the performance you're looking for in a dependable, simple-to-use system at a price point you'll like.

Convenient add-on for Samson powered speakers

The Concert 88a handheld system is centered around Samson's CR88a wireless receiver, which is made to let you add a second wireless system to Samson's XP310w or XP312w powered speaker (sold separately). The receiver slides into the back panel of your speaker for a quick, simple mount. With a transmission range of up to 100 feet (line of sight), you'll have plenty of room to move. The receiver's front panel provides a LCD channel display and tuning buttons to make channel selection a breeze.

Capturing your voice

The Concert 88a handheld system also includes Samson's CH88 handheld transmitter which features their Q6 microphone capsule. You'll get up to eight hours of battery life on two AA batteries. The transmitter includes a Power/Mute switch to let you control when you're sending to the receiver. 

This Samson Concert 88a system plugs right into your Samson powered speaker, giving your presentations the convenience and freedom of wireless without breaking the bank.

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Product highlights:

  • package includes CH88 handheld microphone/transmitter (K band) and CR88 wireless receiver
  • IR sync wirelessly matches receiver and transmitter frequency
  • operating range: 100' (line of sight)
  • frequency response: 50-15,000 Hz
Additional features:
  • receiver:
    • LCD display
    • plugs into port on the powered speaker
  • transmitter:
    • input gain control
    • power/mute switch
    • battery life: 8 hours on 2 AA batteries
  • dimensions:
    • transmitter: 10.16"L x 2.14" diameter
    • receiver: 1.25"W x 2.26"H x 4.375"D
  • weight:
    • microphone/transmitter: 0.48 lb.
  • warranty: 2 years
  • MFR # SWMC88HQ6-K

What's in the box:

  • Q6 Handheld microphone/transmitter (K band)
  • CR88a Receiver
  • Screwdriver (stored in mic battery compartment)

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Overview: The Samson Concert 88a Handheld microphone kit is designed specifically for use with Samson's XP310w and XP312w powered PA systems (sold separately). It includes a Q6 dynamic handheld microphone and a CR88 receiver module that plugs directly into the XP310w or XP312w control panel.

Q6 Handheld Microphone/Transmitter: The Q6 handheld microphone is a lightweight microphone with built-in transmitter that's designed for live vocal applications. It features a neodymium dynamic mic element, for a wide dynamic range, and a supercardioid pickup pattern that offers excellent off-axis sound rejection. The microphone's multi-axis, shock-mounted capsule minimizes handling noise. A built-in Mute button on the mic lets you temporarily mute the incoming signals. The Q6 features a built-in wireless transmitter that comes pre-paired to the included wireless receiver module. The transmitter and receiver operate in the 470-494MHz UHF frequency range (K band). An internal battery compartment holds two AA alkaline batteries (not included) that can provide up to 8 hours of use. The microphone features a rotary control for adjusting the transmitter input sensitivity. The input sensitivity can be adjusted using the included screwdriver which can be stored inside the battery compartment. The microphone input sensitivity comes factory preset to the optimum level.

CR88 Wireless Receiver: The Samson Concert 88a Handheld microphone kit includes a CR88 removable, wireless module, designed to plug directly into an XP310w or XP312w PA system's control panel. The receiver module lets you select and display the Channel and Frequency, as well as providing an Audio Meter, RF Signal Meter, and Transmitter Battery Level. The Concert 88a system has a working range of approximately 100' of operation (line of sight), with an audio frequency response of 50Hz-15kHz.

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