Stage 412


Frequency-Agile, Quad-Channel Handheld VHF Wireless System

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    Four, Score!

    The Samson Stage 412 is a frequency-agile, quad-channel wireless microphone system with four handheld dynamic microphones that transmit to a single rugged metal receiver. Each handheld features Samson's Q6 dynamic mic element, providing crisp, clear sound and reliable VHF wireless performance for presentation, education, house of worship, karaoke and other applications with up to four performers.

    Simple Setup

    Samson has been dedicated to driving wireless innovation, always striving to make it easier for performers everywhere to cut the cord. The Stage 412's frequency-agile design offers four channels with six operating frequencies per channel across a 173MHz–198MHz frequency range to choose from. In addition, the system's IR sync function allows users to wirelessly match each transmitter to a receiver channel's operating frequency in no time. A 200' operating range provides ample freedom for any presenter or performing group, while each mic transmitter provides exceptional battery life of up to 10 hours via two AA batteries (not included).

    Versatile Performance

    Featuring the rugged metal SR412 receiver, the Stage 412 is designed for maximum durability and versatility. Its back panel provides four 1/4" outputs, as well as three balanced XLR outputs, allowing connection to a mixer or powered PA speaker. The 1/4" outputs send each channel separately, while the XLR outs are dedicated to send single output mixes of Channels A/B, Channels C/D and all four. Front panel volume control on each channel lets you find the perfect blend between each performer.

    VHF Operation

    The Stage 412 operates in the reliable VHF frequency spectrum, which has become significantly less crowded with the advancement of digital TV. And it's free from the upcoming FCC 600MHz transition.

    Stage 412 Wireless System

    • Quad-channel VHF (173MHz–198MHz) wireless system
    • Six operating frequencies per channel
    • Up to three simultaneous systems (region dependent)
    • IR sync wirelessly matches receiver and transmitter frequency
    • 200' (60m) operating range (line-of-sight)
    • AC adapter included

    SR412 Wireless Receiver

    • Rugged metal chassis
    • Dedicated Volume controls for each channel
    • Four 1/4" independent channel outputs
    • Three balanced XLR mixed outputs

    VH12 Handheld Transmitters

    • Four Q6 Dynamic Microphone capsules
    • Each offers up to 10 hours of operation via two AA batteries (not included)


    Stage 412 Wireless System

    • Operating Frequency: VHF 173MHz–198MHz
    • Microphone Channels: 4
    • Frequencies per Channel:  6
    • Operating Range: 200' (60m)
    • Frequency Response: 80Hz–15kHz
    • Tone Key Frequency: 30kHz

    SR412 Wireless Receiver

    • Dynamic Range: 100dB
    • Maximum Output: 1.37V
    • Output Connectors: Two 1/4" (6.3 mm) unbalanced, three XLR balanced
    • Audio Output Levels: -12dB
    • Power Supply: 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 0.4A, Output: DC 15V, 800mA
    • Dimensions: 17" x 6.75" x 1.5"  (430mm x 170mm x 40mm)
    • Weight: 3.08lb (1.4kg)

    VH12 Handheld Transmitters

    • Microphone Element: Q6 Dynamic
    • Pickup Patter: Cardiod
    • RF Power Output: 10mW
    • Typical Battery Life: 10 hours
    • Current Consumption: 120 mA typical
    • Dimensions (each): ø2.16" x 10" (ø55mm x 255mm)
    • Weight (each): 0.48lb (0.22kg)

    Consumer Alert
    Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at

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