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TOA D06 VHF Frequencies vs D02

We often get asked about which frequencies are available on the new TOA D06 VHF range of wireless microphones and receivers compared to the old D02 range. We are also asked which of the new frequencies can work together in the same space so we though we'd answer these for you now; we've also updated our product pages for the VHF range to make sure all the information you need is there at your fingertips.

On the old D02 range of microphones the reference to the frequency was denoted by a number on a sticker somewhere on the unit. The sticker was silver in colour and would have a reference which began with a D followed by 4 numbers. Here's a little cross reference chart so you can easily look up which frequency you have:

Original Reference Number
Frequency used by unit
D3800
173.8 MHz
D4100
174.1 MHz
D4500
174.5 MHz
D4800
174.8 MHz
D5000
175.0 MHz

On the new microphones and receivers there is now a small 6 channel selector control to allow you to choose which frequency you would like to use:

Channel Number on Microphone
Frequency
1
173.8 MHz
2
174.0 MHz
3
174.2 MHz
4
174.4 MHz
5
174.8 MHz
6
175.0 MHz
 
As you can see some of the frequencies on the new microphones match the old D02 frequencies and there's no reason that you can't use a new microphone with an old receiver or vice versa. You just need to select the correct channel. Alternatively, if you have an old microphone with D4100 or D4500 as the frequency we could retune a new microphone to the old frequencty set for you.

As for the question of which frequencies can be used together here's a list of options for the new D06 range:

Channels 1,2 4 & 6 can be used together
or
Channels 1, 3, 5 & 6 can be used together

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Created On  16 Jan 2018 9:59  -  Permalink

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