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Samson Technologies Concert 77 Presentation System
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toufman toufman
Publié le 09/16/06 à 07:41
Value For Money : Excellent
- How long have you use it?

I use it for the past 6 months

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

This product is truly "perfect" in the transmition. Indeed with the Systm diversity (2 antennas to receive the signal) and the transmition UHF reception is good even trs long distance!
The weak point of this kit is the mic capsule. Indeed the quality is average (without being bad for both). For a nice surprise against the capsule does not catch on even with returns scne powerful enough.
So the microphone can be used on scne, but the sound quality will not exelente (but hey, with some four and a ptite rverb derrire we come out cool stuff trs. ..)
It should also be careful with 9v batteries. The transmitter is trs greedy, and is better now live use alkaline batteries as rechargeable batteries.
- How do you report qualitprix?

The ratio quality price is excellent!
UHF microphone for 299, with a transmition irrprochable sound quality and average therm is a good way for those who want to sing about freedom scne without breaking the bank.
In addition to simply change the cap on the day o you want to improve performance audio, no need to change the transmition of Systm UHF ...
So a product scrolls.

- With the exprience, you do again this choice?

Yes no hsiter!
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