The Samson Micro / AirLine UM1 Wireless Lavalier Microphone System features the Samson QL5 lavalier microphone, CT7 body-pack transmitter, and UM1 portable true-diversity UHF receiver. The system is an ideal solution for all sorts of video professionals and operates on the less-cluttered 800MHz bandwidth.
The QL5 lavalier features a cardioid polar pattern and frequency response well suited for capturing vocals in speech applications. The CT7 is powered up to 14 hours on a single 9V battery. The portable, camera-mountable UM1 receiver also operates on a 9V battery and features a mini-XLR output connector, diversity reception, headphone output with level control, specially tuned antennas, and a DC input for power with an external power supply (not included).
Note! Does Not Include Shoemount
- UM1 UHF Diversity Receiver
- CT7 Bodypack Transmitter
- QL5 Lavalier Microphone
- Windscreen and Clip
- XLR to mini-XLR Cable
- Carrying Case
Audio Recording On Computer
I want to do some simple voice recordings and then burn them to a CD. My sound card appears to have an icon on it that indicates it accepts a microphone. If so, all I need then is software to capture? I have the CD burner. I realize this sounds pretty simple but I want to make sure. Thanks.
Secondary question...if I do a recording to a cassette how do I get that into my computer? PC with Win98SE.
Any info or suggestions on all this appreciated.