What's the frequency, Kenneth?

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With the UHF series, Omnitronic offers future-proof, registration free frequencies and extraordinary quality in this price range. 
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\nCurrently, more and more users notice interferences when using their wireless microphones – sometimes, the devices don't even work at all. In the majority of cases, there are no damages responsible for the malfunction. The problem is the reassignment of radio frequencies in Germany. 
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\nFrequencies which were used for wireless microphones are increasingly used for wireless internet and the microphones simply won't work in these frequencies anymore. Since 2015, it is even forbidden to send in these frequencies. 
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\nOur UHF series is future-proof though. The entire system works with frequencies which are registration free in Germany, as well as in a big part of Europe, and will work in future. 
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\nAdditionally, the system offers a quality that has never been available in this price range before. In this way, the diversity-reception-system provides the best possible reception without interruptions or loss of quality. There are also systems with double or fourfold reception, for those wanting to use more than one microphone. 
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\nThese multi-receptors are not only space-saving: Beside the single outputs for every microphone, they also feature a mix output, combining all microphones in one output, where the volume can be controlled. This way, mixer channels can be reduced or the entire mixer even omitted. 
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\nThere is a matching pocket transmitter with lavalier microphone for every available frequency. The systems have a range of up to 50 meters with a battery life of 12 hours (two standard AA batteries are sufficient).