About the Samson Stage 212
Take the stage, leave the cords
Take the stage, leave the cords
Why let a floor full of cords get in the way of a perfectly good performance? Cut the cords and move freely with Samson's Stage 212 wireless system. This frequency-agile dual-channel system comes with two wireless mics and a sturdy, easy-to-operate receiver that's ideal for businesses, schools, houses of worship, karaoke nights, and more.
A pair of high-performance microphones
Samson makes a very good microphone, and with the Stage 212, you get two of them. Samson's Q6 dynamic mic element ensures clear sound while the VH12 transmitter offers reliable wireless VHF performance, so your audience will hear you loud and clear. Each mic is powered by two AA batteries (not included), which provide up to 10 hours of use.
A rugged receiver
The heart of this system is the Samson SR212 VHF receiver, a rugged metal unit that's designed for durability and versatility. On the back panel, you'll find two 1/4" outputs and an XLR output, so you can connect it to a mixer, an amp, or a powered PA speaker. The 1/4" outputs send each channel separately, while the balanced XLR out sends out a mix of both. The receiver features a front-panel volume control for each channel, so you can achieve the perfect blend for your performance.
- frequency-agile, dual-channel wireless microphone system
- ideal for businesses, schools, houses of worship, karaoke, and more
- includes two wireless microphones
- designed for durability and versatility
- easy to set up and use
- two 1/4" outputs and one balanced XLR output
- IR sync wirelessly matches receiver and transmitter frequency
- front-panel volume control
- 12 operating channels (173MHz-198MHz frequency range)
- frequency response: 80 to 15,000 Hz
- battery life: up to 10 hours per mic (AA batteries not included)
- max operating range: 200 feet (line of sight)
- warranty: 2 years
- MFR # SWS212HH-E
What's in the box:
- One SR212 Wireless receiver
- Two VH12 Wireless mics/transmitters
- 59" AC Power adapter (15VDC/800mA output)
- North American Outlet adapter
- 2 Gain-adjustment screwdrivers (1 inside each mic body)
- Owner's manual
- Warranty registration card
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Dual Vocal Wireless System: Samson's Stage 212 Dual Vocal Wireless System let's you use two microphones simultaneously with a single receiver. With the Stage 212 system, you'll have great sound quality with clear reception, and the ability to walk freely around your venue with up to 200' of operational range. For any live sound application (karaoke, schools, conferences, houses of worship, etc.) the Stage 212 is the ideal tool for your dual-channel wireless microphone needs.
Dual VHF Wireless Receiver: At the core of the Stage 212 system is the SR212 half-rack dual VHF wireless receiver. The receiver's front panel features an RF channel selector, with LED readout, and a large rotary volume knob for each channel. An IR emitter lets you easily sync each transmitter to the receiver's operating frequency. Its rear panel offers two 15.5" tuned, extendable antennas that can tilt and swivel. Outputs consist of two unbalanced 1/4" (TS) jacks, outputting each microphone channel separately, and a single balanced XLR jack that outputs a mix of both channels.
Two Handheld Wireless Mics: The Stage 212 system includes two VH12 handheld microphones with built-in transmitters. Each mic features a Q6 dynamic element, with cardioid pattern, to capture clear, accurate vocals. Both mics are powered with 2 AA batteries (not included), for up to 10 hours of operation, and include a Power/Mute switch and LED indicator - Green: normal operation, Red: mute, Flashing Green: low battery.
Wireless Specs: The Samson Stage 212 system operates in the VHF band with 12 available operating channels across a 173MHz to 198MHz frequency range and up to 3 simultaneous systems per frequency band.
Operating Range: Up to 200' (line-of-sight).
Consumer Alert: Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. Visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones for more information.
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