XPD2 USB Digital Wireless System
- Simultaneous Systems: 2
- Working Range: 100′ (30m) line of sight
- Working Frequency: 2.404~2.476GHz
- Modulation type: GFSK
- Audio Frequency Response: 20Hz–16KHz
- T.H.D.: <0.1% (@ 1KHz, -10dBu)
- Signal to Noise: >85dB
RXD2 USB Receiver
- Max. Analog Audio Output Level: 0dBu
- Audio Output Impedance: 100KΩ
- USB audio sample rate: 32KHz
- Operating Voltage: 5V DC
- Dimensions: 3.5″ x 0.9″ x .31″ (89 mm x 23mm x 8mm)
- Weight: 0.35oz (10g)
HXD1 Handheld Transmitter
- Microphone Element: Q6 dynamic
- RF Power: <10 mW EIRP
- Power Requirements: Two AA (LR6) alkaline batteries
- Battery Life: 20 hours
- Dimensions: 10.2″ x ø2.1″ (260mm x ø54mm)
- Weight: 0.5lb (218g)
Re-introducing USB Digital Wireless…
The Samson XPD2 Handheld system allows you to bring a wireless microphone to a variety of sound applications via its uniquely designed USB stick receiver. Offering simple setup, professional full-range audio and 100′ of wireless operation, the XPD2 Handheld is perfect for live performances, digital communications and mobile productions.
The XPD2 Handheld system combines incredible audio quality, simple operation and micro receiver technology to make integrating a wireless microphones into your audio production extremely easy and affordable.
More Ways To Connect
The RXD2 USB stick receiver connects directly to PC or Mac computers, or with any Samson Expedition Series Portable PA System that features a USB Wireless port. An added feature from the previous generation system, the 1/8″ (3.5mm) output allows for headphone monitoring or the XPD2 Handheld to be used with any device that has an analog line input, including smartphones and other mobile devices.*
*To connect to an iOS device you will need to use Apple’s Lightning to USB Camera adapter. To connect to an Android device, you will need a host OTG adapter.
So Why Wires?
XPD2 Wireless delivers high-quality audio using digital transmission. This type of wireless technology allows the transmitter to send an uncompressed signal to the receiver, so your audio will have greater signal-to-noise when compared to a traditional wireless system. The result is a performance that sounds as good as using a wired microphone.