SYNCO WAir-G1 A2
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SYNCO G1(A2) is the first wireless lavaliere microphone system (2.4 GHz) and the first DSP wireless microphone launched by SYNCO. It runs the SyncoderTM Encrypted Transmission Algorithm to achieve accurate audio signal pickup. It is tiny sized, which however, has no impact on its excellent performance. It reaches signals 50 meters away at max., provides 2 output modes (mono or stereo) to re-show the direction and distribution of sound, offers optional low cut filter as well as gain control to improve the signal level perfectly, and carries a rechargeable lithium battery to support 8-hour working each time. It is one of the best wireless microphone systems for 2-person interviews/ dialogues when mobile journalists, videographers, etc. kindly consider it.
SyncoderTM Encrypted Transmission Algorithm
SyncoderTM Encrypted Transmission Algorithm, based on the Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS), is developed to have a 128-bit encrypted signal transmission capacity and instantaneous channel switch. It provides a secure, stable, and hassle-free audio system to guarantee accurate audio signal pickup. G1(A2) professional wireless microphone system bypasses the frustration of licensing and frequency mandating and offers a strong signal wherever you go.
Max. 50m Transmission Distance
The digital wireless microphone system achieves long-distance (Line-of-Sight: 164ft/50m) high-quality signal matching thanks to 2.4GHz technology and SyncoderTM algorithm. Even when there are obstacles in between, it is still 98ft/30m available. This makes it a perfect wireless microphone system for mobile journalists, videographers, etc. If you need a longer distance, G1(A1) with 230ft/70m (LOS) and 131ft/40m (NLOS) is a choice.
First DSP Wireless Microphone
DSP (= digital signal processor) technology is adopted for the first time in SYNCO quality wireless microphone, a move intended to process audio in real time. Analog signals captured by the transmitter are converted to digital signals for audio recalibration, and the processed audio is delivered to the microphone receiver instantly. It is a process of real-time audio optimization, saving lots of time for post-processing and ensuring a high-quality audio performance in live broadcasting.
Exclusive Stereo Sound Performance
SYNCO G1(A2) lavalier wireless microphone system has 2 output modes - mono & stereo - to restore the direction and distribution of sound. In mono mode, the sounds captured by each transmitter are combined into one audio track, focusing on the clarity of sound. When it is stereo, 2 sounds are separated to either left or right track, trying to emphasize the presence, layering, and transparency of sound. This is ideal for a 2-person interview or dialogue where modification of each audio track and post-processing are necessary.
True Adjustment for Clear, Clean Sound
SYNCO G1(A2), as one of SYNCO’s best wireless microphone systems, provides an up to 180Hz optional low cut filter which targets low-frequency noises caused by wind, air conditioners, and traffic. The 0-4 level, 8dB-range gain control on the receiving end is dedicated to optimizing signal levels simply and effectively. The 3.5mm TRS headphone jack allows real-time sound monitoring so that any adjustment can be made promptly. All this guarantees a clean and clear sound output.
Big Uses in Tiny Construction
A 400mAh chargeable Li-ion battery is in-built to support 8-hour-long recording under ideal conditions. It supports charging-while-recording and can get 50% power in just 40 mins. Its status is seeable on the power indicator which flashes to tell low battery, stays green when charging, and is off when fully charged. The 3.5mm TRS audio output on the wireless microphone receiver is open to the included 3.5mm TRRS/TRS cables, making it applicable to almost all 3.5mm input cameras & camcorders, as well as Android/ iOS mobile devices. All these are held by this best budget wireless lavalier microphone system, a camera- and collar-fixable device to stay out of the way when recording.
Two Microphones into One Receiver
The two-channel receiver allows you to save space on your shooting rig by using a single receiver to simultaneously receive signals from the two mic/transmitters.
The receiver features a belt clip, which also doubles as a shoemount adapter for your camera.
Clip-On Transmitters with Built-In Mics and Lavalier Mics
Each of the compact transmitters is equipped with both a built-in microphone and a 3.5mm input that accepts its included lavalier microphone.
The transmitter can be clipped on clothing without having to wire yourself or your talent, providing a fast, truly wireless setup. You can also hold the transmitter in your hand and use it as a handheld microphone.
A low-cut filter on the transmitter can be engaged to reduce air-conditioning and wind noise.
Simply press the pairing buttons and the system components pair automatically.
Dedicated gain buttons on the receiver allow for 10 dB of gain adjustment for each microphone independently.
The receiver and the transmitters have displays that indicate power, battery life, and pairing status.
You have the option to switch between mono or stereo on the receiver: Recording in mono combines both microphones on both the left and right side of your audio track. Recording in stereo puts one person on the left and the other person on the right, allowing you to isolate each person’s dialog and adjust each level individually later in post.
The transmitters and the receiver are powered for up to 5 hours via a built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery.
The battery recharges in 1.5 hours; a charging cable is included.
Monitor in Real Time
If your camera doesn’t have a headphone jack, you can monitor your sound via the receiver’s 3.5mm headphone output while recording to ensure that you are capturing a clean signal.
2.4 GHz Digital Wireless
To avoid interference from TV and radio waves, the WAir digital system operates in the 2.4 GHz frequency band—far away from television, radio, and UHF wireless microphone transmissions.
The system automatically changes transmission frequency to mitigate noise and dropouts at a line-of-sight distance of up to 164 feet or up to 98 feet when some obstacles are present.
For optimal performance, environments with limited Wi-Fi/2.4 GHz traffic and minimal physical obstructions are recommended.