- Blink 500 ProX systems utilize 16-bit / 48 kHz digital audio resolution to give you quality sound at a budget-friendly price point.
- Compared to the built-in microphones on cameras and mobile devices, Blink 500 ProX systems offer considerably improved fidelity and clarity with less noise.
- Utilize the tactile mute function to cut the signal in a hurry without having to adjust the volume.
- Knowing that camera preamps are often noisy, the Blink 500 ProX RX's main 3.5mm output sends an adjustable mic-level signal, so you won't have to crank the gain at your camera.
- With a separate 3.5mm headphone port, the Blink 500 ProX RX can simultaneously drive headphones for quick monitor checks and troubleshooting.
- The receiver features a selectable mono/stereo output mode, allowing it to appropriately feed signal from one transmitter into both input channels of your device (via mono mode) or from two transmitters into separate input channels of your device (via stereo mode).
Stable and Simple 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless
- Whereas typical analog wireless systems are susceptible to interference from TV and radio waves, the Blink 500 ProX digital system avoids that by operating in the 2.4 GHz band, which occupies frequencies beyond those of television, radio transmissions, and UHF wireless microphone systems.
- Within the 2.4 GHz spectrum, the Blink 500 ProX boasts automatic channel hopping to mitigate noise and dropouts at a line-of-sight distance of up to 328 feet, double the maximum distance of the standard Blink 500. For optimal performance, environments with limited Wi-Fi / 2.4 GHz traffic and minimal physical obstructions are recommended.
Bright OLED Screens
Each Blink 500 ProX transmitter and receiver is outfitted with a high-contrast OLED screen, ensuring consistent visibility of import settings indoors and outside. The transmitter screen displays real-time input monitoring, input-gain level, mute icon, wireless strength, and battery life. The receiver screen displays battery life, mono/stereo icon, headphone level as well as the transmitters' real-time level meter, mute, battery life, and wireles