AWM6026VHF Dual-Channel Wireless System

Similar to the other Audio2000'S® wireless systems, various transmitter options are provided to the AWM6026 system users as follows:

AWM6026 (AWR6026 Wireless Receiver + 2 X AWX6026's Wireless Handheld Microphones)


AWM6026-L (AWR6026 Wireless Receiver + 1 X AWX6026's Wireless Handheld Microphone + 1 X AWX6026M's Body-Pack Transmitter and Lavalier Microphone)



AWM6026-M (AWR6026 Wireless Receiver + 2 X AWX6026M's Body-Pack Transmitters and Lavalier Microphones)


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Features Configured To Be User Friendly

To suit the needs of your application demands, the selection of the transmitters to be used with the AWM6026 system includes handheld microphone transmitter, lavaliere mic. transmitter, headset mic. transmitter, and/or guitar transmitter.

System Designed For Accessibility

The AWM6026 system has been designed and manufactured to be dependable, versatile and easy to use.  The AWM6026 system is intended to be readily accessible to everyone with exceptional performance at a preferred and affordable price.

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AWR6026 Receiver

Carrier Frequency Range VHF Band
Receiving Mode Superheterodyne Double Conversion
Intermediate Frequency 10.7MHz
Antenna Input Telescopic Antenna / 50Ω
Sensitivity 15dBuV
Sensitivity Regulating Range 15-30dBuV
RF Squelch >80dB
Weight 1.4lbs (0.62Kg)
Dimensions (W X D X H) 8.3" X 6.3" X 2.1" (210 X 160 X 53 mm)


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AWX6026 Transmitter

Carrier Frequency Range VHF Band
Antenna Built-in Antenna, Quarter-Wave WHIP Antenna
Emission Power 8mW
Max SPL 120dB
Image Spurious Rejection >70dB
Microphone Cartridge Handheld Microphone: Dynamic

Lavalier Microphone: Electret Condenser

Battery AA Batteries X 2


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AWM6026 System

Carrier Frequency Range VHF Band
Modulation Frequency Modulation (FM)
Oscillation Mode Crystal Oscillator
Deviation ±45KHz (Compress-Expand and Automatic-Volume-Limit Circuit)
Channel Width Single Frequency
S/N Ratio >105dB
Total Harmonic Distortion < 0.3% (1KHz, A-Weighting)
Frequency Response 30-18,000Hz (±3dB)


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No sound.

Receiver is off.

Turn on receiver.

Transmitter power switch is off.

Turn on transmitter power switch.

No battery or bad battery in transmitter.

Insert or replace battery.

Wrong polarity or faulty battery contact

Correct polarity or battery contact.

Receiver audio cable is missing or defective.

Connect, repair or replace cable.

Short range or signal dropouts.

Low transmitter battery level.

Replace transmitter batteries.

Poor antenna reception.

Reposition antenna or receiver.

Faulty transmitter antenna.

Return transmitter to factory or authorized service station for service.

Too many obstacles between the receiver and transmitter.

Move the obstacles or move the receiver away from nearby metal objects.

Signal Interference.

Another wireless microphone operating on the same frequency

Use a wireless microphone with different operating frequency.

Placement too close to a digital signal processor or similar device (CD player, stage lighting, etc.).

1.       Select another operating frequency

2.       Move receiver to another location

External electromagnetic field source

1.       Select another operating frequency.

2.       Remove source of interference


Low transmitter battery level

Replace transmitter batteries.

AF Level control on the transmitter set too high, overloading the receiver circuit.

Turn down the AF Level control on the transmitter.

Volume control on the receiver set too high, overloading the subsequent sound device input.

Turn down the volume control on the receiver.

Momentary loss of sound when transmitter is moved around the performing area.

Radio frequency (RF) blind spots.

Reposition the receiver.  If the momentary loss of sound problem cannot be removed, walk through the performing area and mark “Blind” spots.  Avoid these “Blind” spots during performance.

Low sound level.

Faulty cable connection.

Check cable connection between the receiver and the subsequent sound device.

Receiver volume control set too low.

Turn up receiver volume control.

Sound levels between two microphones are different.

The receiver volume control and/or  the microphone AF Level control need to be adjusted.

1.       Adjust the transmitter gain control as necessary.

2.       Adjust the receiver volume control as necessary.


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