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Samson signals latest USB designs

Samson signals latest USB designs
DEU1

Samson signals latest USB designs

Designed for content creators, presenters, educators and virtual learning applications, Samson has launched the LMU1 lavalier and DEU1 headset broadcast microphone bundles. The UP1 3.5mm to USB Type-C audio adapter converts any headphone, microphone or headset with a 3.5mm plug into a USB-compatible device.

LMU1
LMU1

Plugging directly into a computer via USB, the low-profile LMU1 omnidirectional lavalier is distinguished by a miniature condenser capsule that can be positioned either close to a subject’s mouth or on clothing. The UP1 3.5mm to USB Type-C audio adapter features a mute button, a 3.5mm headphone output and a 3.5mm mic input. Similarly, the DEU1 headset microphone also features a miniature capsule with an omnidirectional pickup pattern together with a UP1 USB adapter.

XPD2m
XPD2m

Available in handheld or presentation microphone configurations, the XPD2m dual-channel digital wireless transmits uncompressed audio for multi-performer applications in the 2.4GHz frequency spectrum. The portable RXD2M tabletop receiver includes two balanced XLR outputs for each channel as well as ¼-inch and 3.5mm mix outputs for connection to a mixer, PA system or audio interface. One-touch pairing syncs the HXD1 handheld or PXD1 beltpack transmitters with the RXD2M receiver. Comprising two HXD1 handhelds with Q6 dynamic microphone capsule, the XPD2m wireless transmitters offer 30m of wireless range with up to 20 hours of dual AA battery operation. The Presentation system comes with two LM7 unidirectional lavalier microphones, two DE5 low-profile omnidirectional headset microphones along with two PXD1 beltpack transmitters.



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