Samson's Stage 212 is a frequency-agile, dual-channel wireless microphone system that provides two handheld dynamic microphones that transmit to a single rugged metal receiver. Each handheld features Samson's Q6 dynamic mic element, providing crisp, clear sound and reliable VHF wireless performance for home karaoke, live presentation, education, house of worship and other dual-performer applications.
Samson has been dedicated to driving wireless innovation, always striving to make it easier for performers everywhere to cut the cord. The Stage 212's frequency-agile design offers 12 operating channels across a 179MHz–197.8MHz frequency range to choose from. In addition, the system's IR sync function allows users to wirelessly match each transmitter to a receiver’s operating frequency in no time. A 200' operating range provides ample freedom for any presenter or performing duo, while each mic transmitter provides exceptional battery life of up to 12 hours via two AA batteries (not included).
Featuring the rugged metal SR212 receiver, the Stage 212 is designed for maximum durability and versatility. Its back panel provides two 1/4" outputs, as well as a balanced XLR out, allowing connection to a mixer or powered PA speaker. The 1/4" outputs send each channel separately, while the XLR sends a mix of both. Front panel volume controls on each channel lets you find the perfect blend between each performer.
Stage 212 Wireless System
Dual-channel VHF wireless system
12 operating channels across 173MHz–198MHz frequency range
Up to three simultaneous systems per frequency band (region dependent)
AC adapter included
SR212 Wireless Receiver
Rugged metal chassis
IR sync wirelessly matches receiver and transmitter frequency
Dedicated Volume controls for each channel
1/4" outputs for sending each channel to mixer
Balanced XLR Mix output combines both receiver signals to a single output channel
VH212 Handheld Transmitters
Two Q6 Dynamic Microphone capsules
Each offers up to 12 hours of battery life using two AA batteries (not included)