Sony UTX-P40 Wireless Plug-On Transmitter (UC14: 470 to 542 MHz)

Key Features
For UWP-D Wireless Systems
Use with Any Handheld or Shotgun Mic
XLR Connector with 48V Phantom
2772 Auto-Scan Frequencies with NFC
5/40mW RF Output Power
Automatic Gain Adjustment
Daylight-Readable OLED Display
Variable Muting Function
6-Hr AA Batteries + USB Power

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The Sony UTX-P40 is a wireless plug-on transmitter compatible with the URX-P40 camera-mount receiver. Compact and lightweight, with a robust, all-metal construction, this plug-on is well suited for tough operating conditions. It provides up to 6 hours of operation on two AA batteries, with a selectable 5/40mW RF power output and a transmission range up to 330′.

The UTX-P40 can be attached to a handheld microphone of your choice for man-on-the-street interviews, or to a shotgun mic for wireless booming (both types of mics are available separately). The plug-on provides 48V phantom power, giving you the option to use a condenser microphone. The transmitter offers a 72 MHz bandwidth with 2772 selectable UHF frequencies.

The UTX-P40 is backward-compatible with Sony WL-800 and UWP Series systems.

High-Quality Sound with Digital Audio Processing
Unlike traditional analog wireless systems, the UWP-D supplements its proven analog UHF transmission technology with a proprietary digital audio processing. Transient sounds and consonants are reproduced with greater accuracy, resulting in clear, natural sound that’s intelligible and nuanced.
Automatic NFC Sync Mode
Press and hold the NFC/Sync button on the receiver and it scans for the cleanest RF channel. Simply hold the transmitter next to the receiver; it automatically syncs up and you’re good to go!
Unlike purely digital systems, the UTX-P40 allows you to send a single mic to multiple cameras for broadcast applications. Fast NFC communication makes setup for multiple receivers a breeze.

Auto-Gain Mode to Prevent Mic Distortion
Auto-Gain mode saves you the time and aggravation of setting and managing the input level on the transmitter. It uses a limiter to help prevent distortion, great when the loudness of the presenter’s voice is unknown.
The +15 dB Gain Volume-Boost mode boosts the mic gain by 15 dB to compensate for situations when the mic is not close enough to the presenter’s mouth and the audio level is insufficient.

Manual input-level setting is also available.

High-Visibility OLED Display for Indoor/Outdoor Use
The unit features an easy-to-read OLED display. The quick response of the display lets you see the operating conditions clearly and accurately in real time, even in bright sunlight.
DSP Filter Removes Occupancy Sensors Artifacts
Two levels of DSP filtering help remove the artifacts caused by occupancy sensors used in modern “green” buildings to turn off lights when people leave a room.
Multiple Powering Options
Two AA batteries (alkaline or NiMH rechargeable type) power the transmitter for up to 6 hours.
The unit can also be powered through its USB port, allowing it to run for numerous hours on a USB power pack or indefinitely, if you have access to AC.

A battery count-up timer allows for accurate reading of battery running time to minute accuracy.