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DKW-Duo Dual VHF Wireless System


Ideal entry level VHF wireless system with dual receiver for single or simultaneous dual microphone operation.

Download DKW-Duo HT Manual
Download DKW WLT Manual

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Features

The DKW-Duo offers a choice of two handheld microphone transmitters (HT) or two WLT transmitters with lavalier clip-on microphones (LT).

  • Ideal entry-level systems — all the advantages and freedom of wireless operation without cumbersome cords
  • Excellent high-fidelity audio
  • VHF (170-216 MHz) operations for reliable, interference-free performance
  • 150+ ft. typical operating range — up to 300+ ft. line-of-sight
  • Operate either channel singly or both channels simultaneously
  • Advanced audio processing circuitry for a wide dynamic range — no overloading for loud inputs or background hiss during quiet use
  • Complete controls and connections for easy operation
  • Front panel Power On/Off switch and Power On LED
  • Back panel ¼” audio output jack and DC power input jack for supplied AC/DC adaptor
  • Special circuitry to eliminate transmitter on/off “pop” noise

HT-Duo Handheld Microphone Transmitters:

  • Operates on a separate single frequency in the VHF 170-216MHz band
  • Easy, convenient operation with On/Off switch and low-battery LED indicator which flashes once for Unit On and lights steady for low-battery alert
  • Features the Nady DM-20 unidirectional dynamic cartridge for optimum true sound, maximum feedback rejection and minimal handling noise
  • Operates up to 15 hours on a single 9V alkaline battery

WLT Bodypack Transmitters:

  • Supplied with LM-14O omnidirectional lavalier/lapel microphone
  • Off/Standby/On switch allows convenient audio muting with the transmitter on
  • Input level adjust
  • Locking 3.5mm jack
  • LED status indicator flashes once for Unit On, lights steady for low-battery alert