Heil Sound Packs PR 35, UTPR20 for Vegas

Heil says its technology features a dual-wound voice coil with a magnet structure of neodymium, iron and boron, which create a magnetic field stronger than traditional microphone magnets.
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Heil Sound will be featuring its PR 35 large-diaphragm dynamic microphone, which it says is suitable for vocalists and produces a natural, articulate sound over a wide frequency range.


(click thumbnail)UTPR20The microphone’s 1.5 inch diameter dynamic element is mounted on an internal Sorbothane shock mount. Frequency response extends from 40 to 18,000 Hz; output level is –52.9 dB at 1,000 Hz. A two-position roll-off switch is provided to help control unwanted low end. Polar pattern is cardioid.

Heil says its technology features a dual-wound voice coil with a magnet structure of neodymium, iron and boron, which create a magnetic field stronger than traditional microphone magnets.

The PR 35 comes in a black steel frame and grille. Each unit is shipped with a Heil SM-5 mounting assembly and hard-shell attaché-style carrying case.

Heil Sound also will be showcasing the Lectrosonics UTPR20, the first product resulting from partnership between Heil Sound and Lectrosonics. The handheld wireless UTPR20 combines the capsule from Heil’s PR20 dynamic microphone with Lectrosonics’ UT series digital hybrid wireless transmitters. Features include 100 mV RF power; 256 synthesized frequencies; compatibility with Lectrosonics digital hybrid wireless and analog receivers.

Additional UTPR20 highlights include Heil’s grille basket and capsule identifier ring; and a gold-colored battery access ring at the foot of the transmitter that matches the overall color scheme.

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