- The 5.8GHz provides high quality audio.
- Record audio up to 30 meters away with no obstacle.
- Automatic channel switch programme to avoid interference from multiple systems in the same environment.
- With three discrete channel groups.
- One receiver can work with up to three transmitters simultaneously.
- Line & Mic inputs provide wide range of input options.
- Real-time headphone monitor jack.
- Detachable and flexible antenna can be rotated 360°accordingly for best sound.
- Rechargeable li-ion battery (included).
The Saramonic VmicLink5 RX+TX provides broadcast-quality sound in a low-cost package. The system works flawlessly right out of the box. Just plug in the mic, turn on the power and go. If it detects potential interference, it automatically switches the frequencies for you. All of these features not only make the VmicLink5 simple to use but create the easiest possible workflow.
The VmicLink5 utilizes the 5.8GHz frequency range, which is much higher and much less congested than 2.4GHz, UHF, and VHF. No other commercially available wireless systems work in the 5.8GHz range. The transmitter and receiver both get 6 hours of power from included lithium-ion rechargeable batteries, so you won’t be wasting money on disposable batteries.
The VmicLink5 features a single, lightweight RX receiver that mounts to your camera and handles the audio from the included transmitter. It features a level control for the transmitter and a headphone output enables real-time audio monitoring if your camera lacks a headphone jack. Locking 1/8” (3.5mm) mini-plug and XLR output cables are both included so you can use it with DSLRs, mirrorless, cinema, camcorders, recorders and professional video cameras.
The VmicLink5 includes a transmitter and an SR-M1 omnidirectional lavalier microphone. The transmitter features a locking 1/8” (3.5mm) microphone input and a dedicated line input that makes wirelessly capturing audio from an external source a snap. The TX transmitter also features a combination Power/Mute button which can be “locked” when in use to prevent accidental muting or powering off.