The AR2 is the receiver from the Samson Airline Micro systems (Earset and Camera). This E4 version operates on UHF frequency 864.875 MHz.
The Samson AR2 is the receiver from the Micro Camera and Micro Earset wireless systems. Use it with the AH2 or AL2 transmitter, which operates on frequency E1 (863.125 MHz).
The Samson AR2 receiver operates in combination with an AL2 or AH2 transmitter from the AirLine Micro systems, and communicates via frequency E2 (863.625 MHz).
The ER-1193B is a wireless receiver by DAP, for use with the EM-193B and EB-193B handheld and beltpack. This receiver is of the true diversity type, operates on UHF and measures half a rack width.
The AKG SR45 is a wireless receiver, fit for the wireless handhelds and bodypacks from the Perception series. The receiver has a range of 30 metres and is equipped with internal antennas.
This V35 RX receiver for wireless microphones features six different 2.4GHz frequency channels to choose from. Also, it has an XLR and a jack output.
The RU13 receiver is a part of the System 10 PRO wireless system by Audio Technica, which features innovative functions and allows for interference-free operations in the 2.4GHz frequency range.
With up to twelve channels to choose from, there's always room for your wireless microphone signal on this practical, reliable receiver.
Have you lost the receiver for your Line 6 Relay G50 wireless guitar set? You can now buy a new RXS12, without having to purchase the entire set!
This wireless receiver, the QLXD4 (S50), operates within the 823-832 & 863-865 MHz frequency bands. Use in Germany.
This practical, reliable, easy-to-use receiver allows you to choose between fourteen channels, which is great if you want to employ several wireless systems simultaneously.