Xvive U3 Microphone Wireless System

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SKU: 550053 UPC: 6946042304000

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Xvive U3 Microphone Wireless System
U3 Complete Dynamic System

  • High-fidelity plug-and-play wireless system for dynamic microphones
  • 24-bit / 48 kHz digital audio with low distortion and wide frequency response
  • Stable 2.4 GHz wireless connection with a range of up to 90 feet

Model Number: U3

The system is comprised of a transmitter unit, which connects to your microphone; and a receiver, which connects to a mixer, sound interface, preamp, XLR cable or snake.

The U3 system features high-resolution, 24-bit / 48 kHz audio, with a very wide and smooth frequency response between 20 Hz and 20 kHz and a signal-to-noise ratio of 107 decibels. Sing or speak without compromising the quality of your voice or your microphone!

The internal battery in both the transmitter and the receiver lasts for 5 hours. Both units can be easily charged at the same time using the included dual-USB cable and any standard 5V USB charger—and charging takes between 1.5 and 2.5 hours depending on the current of the charger being used.

The basic application is to run wirelessly from a dynamic microphone to a soundboard—live, at home or in the studio. But there’s a lot more you can do with the U3 System!

FREE VOICE — The U3 system is not only great for singers and rappers. Wireless freedom is liberating for harmonica players, public speakers, DJs, preachers, auctioneers, actors, politicians… anyone who wants to move freely while speaking or performing to an audience!

BYPASS THE MIXER — If you need to address a crowd through powered speaker cabinets, not only do you not need a cable, you don’t need a mixer! Just connect your U3 receiver directly to the XLR input of the cabinet.

CONTROL YOUR RANGE — The U3 receiver can be connected to an XLR cable or snake, meaning that the transmitter’s signal doesn’t have to reach all the way to the soundboard or monitor desk—it can broadcast to the front of the stage, or any central and convenient location.