Flexibility and comfort help make for more effective presentations. With five available mic choices that work with this transmitter, there's sure to be a combination matched for your specific need. And with its ability to be used with so many Califone PAs, it's also one of the most cost effective audio selections that can be made.
Transmits to PA919, PA919SD, PA919PS, PA319 and PI39 PAs
16 selectable channels
Hands-free with CM319, HBM319, LM319, NM319 and OE319
A: Yes. The hands-free HBM319 headset microphone is compatible with the wireless PowerPro™ SD portable speaker only when used in conjunction with the wireless M319 beltpack transmitter as long as the transmitter and the speaker are set to the same frequency.
A: Yes. If the frequency channel for both of the PA319 wireless PresentationPro™ speakers is set to the same channel on the beltpack transmitter, they will all be able to communicate wirelessly with one another.
A: The PA919SD has only two built-in wireless receivers, and cannot accommodate processing a third frequency for another wireless mic. If you already have your own wireless mic and want to use that instead of the Califone handheld or hands-free mics with a beltpack transmitter, you can purchase an external receiver for your own wireless mic connect that to the PA919SD through one of the wired mic connectors (connecting it that way will give you the same volume control over the wireless mic.)
A: Make sure you select a channel on the PA919 receiver ‘A’ that matches with a channel on one of the handheld Q319 wireless microphones. For the second Q-316, select a different channel than with the first mic and match that with a channel on receiver ‘B’ on the speaker. You must have the exact channel on the receiver as on the wireless microphone or beltpack transmitter with hands-free mic you want to use.
A: Califone Neck Microphone (NM-319) is worn wrapped around the throat. It picks up sound vibrations from the vocal cords so it can amplify even faint vocal sound to readily audible levels. It eliminates the disruptive wind noises and is practical especially for outdoor events.
A: The two power level settings on the Beltpack Transmitter enables users to select the suitable level based on the application and the facility. When utilized in an environment where there is no other wireless PA systems or other possible UHF interference sources within the 150’ range, users can set the power level at high to get ultimate freedom of movement. In a situation where there are other wireless (UHF) PA systems near by, the 50’ range low power level setting should be selected to prevent interference. Please note the Beltpack Transmitter provides a broad selection of 16 channels which helps significantly in decreasing the possibilities of having interference with other nearby wireless PA systems. Read more about this feature by clicking here.
A: The PA-300 Plus is a wired speaker and is not compatible with any wireless microphone. If you want to have wireless capability in a portable PA, your best option is to purchase the PA319 wireless speaker. It has the capability to use your choice of a wireless microphone handheld mic (Q319) or hands-free microphones with beltpack transmitter. You can also use a wired mic at the same time as the Califone wireless mic with your PA319. You can then purchase a separate external receiver and microphone from an electronics store so you can use 2 wireless microphones simultaneously.
A: Yes. It is possible to connect the ST audio splitter to the M319 beltpack transmitter and then plug in two different hands-free microphones to the splitter so they can be used simultaneously. The drawback with this approach is both microphones will broadcast on the same wireless channel. So if they’re both used at the same time, one may cancel part of the other’s message out.
A: Yes. The current hands-free microphones with “319” in the model number are compatible with both the M316 and M319 beltpack transmitters. Learn more about the benefits of using the hands-free microphones with the beltpack transmitter by clicking here.