The Australian Communications and Media Authority have announced changes to frequency ranges used for wireless microphones.
The changes mean that after 31 December 2014, wireless audio transmitters (including wireless microphones) will no longer be authorised to operate in the frequency range 694-820 MHz.
The "new" frequency range will be from 520MHz -694 MHz.
This is the same frequency range as Digital T.V.
Wireless microphones will only operate on frequencies not occupied by Digital T.V. channels.
Digital TV broadcasts on many different frequenciesaround the country.
Make sure that the wireless system that you choosea can select the frequencies available in your area
See the Soundart frequency guide in DOWNLOADS or speak to our sales team for more information about available frequencies in your location. More detailed information can be found on www.acma.gov.au
The Soundart PWA Portable PA amps are available in
PWA "B" - 533 to 547 MHz - IN STOCK
PWA "C"- 582 to 596 MHz - SPEACIAL BUY IN
SoundArt PWA-100-D ( PWA-B )100 Watt UHF Wireless Dual-Channel rechargeable unit. Dual-Channel Unit, which canbe used with the included hand-held mic, or the Transmitter with a lapel or headset mic.
This compact portable PA system features a sturdy, lightweight injection moulded cabinet. The system includes ahigh power 100W (RMS) amplifier and is supplied with an anti-skip DVD player and two wireless microphone receivers.