The famous TT1 mic, now available wireless
“It’s really important that a mic is easy to handle and capable of adapting to any type of situation. I’ve perfected a UHF system which offers 100 frequencies. It also finds and sets available frequencies automatically. It’s straightforward, it’s reliable and it gives an excellent balanced voice performance for professional use.
UHF system with 100 frequencies
Automatically finds and sets available frequencies.
Allows simultaneous use of 8 receivers and 8 transmitters.
“My decision to use the TT1 cartridge in a UHF mic was to make sure that everyone could have access to a superb sounding UHF mic, an incredibly balanced sound restitution and sixteen selectable frequencies for optimum frequency no matter the location and/or simultaneous use of the mic several times over.
I worked incredibly hard to balance the timbre and remove modulation noise. This noise affects a lot of mics and makes them unsuited for professional use.
What is modulation noise? It’s air that superimposes itself on your voice when you sing or when you speak. The TT100 Solo UHF is ideal for professional use.
I’m one of those sound engineers who doesn’t compromise on quality and I respect this profession so much that I would never put my name to something if it didn’t live up to my standards.”
The TT100 Solo UHF mic is supplied with its clip and cable.