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May 14, 2021 Friday 02:35:56 PM IST

Boya BY-WM4 Pro Wireless Mic

Technology Inceptions

Boya has launched its first 2.4GHz dual-channel wireless microphone called BY-WM4 pro which is compact with easy to- use transmitter and receiver. BY-WM4 Pro K1 has one transmitter and one dual-channel receiver, while the BY-WM4 Pro K2 includes two transmitters and a single dual-channel receiver. Designed with dual-channel, the receiver allows users to receive two sound sources simultaneously within 60 metres- perfect for dialogues, recording interviews, two-person vlogs and much more. The transmitter can be connected with a line-level device via its line input jack, and deliver the mixed audio to the receiver that replaces part of the post-production after recording. The BY-WM4 Pro receiver features a 3.5mm TRS output on the receiver for plugging into smartphones,DSLR, consumer camcorders, and PCs with a 3.5mm TRS or TRRS port. And it also features a headphone jack for user’s monitoring with zero latency. The device is powered by 2 AAA batteries.

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