Wireless transmission systems. They aren’t probably something you usually get excited over, but they are an integral part of most people’s audio recording workflow. And when they aren’t working as they should, it can be incredibly frustrating.
That’s why Hollyland have made it their mission to provide their users with not just great quality microphones, but also with an incredibly easy-to-use interface and reliable equipment for when it matters most. DIYP spoke to Skylar Liu from Hollyland to find out more about their wireless transmission systems.
The Mars M1 is a 5.5-inch wireless transceiver monitor. It’s a two-in-one meaning that it’s both a reference monitor and a transmitter and can be attached directly to the camera. It can deliver a 4K signal over HDMI to reference monitors in a different room for example. Impressive, given its small physical size.
This is a first for Hollyland that they have such a high-resolution signal capable of being sent via HDMI. The transmitter can also be used with an app, enabling the footage to be viewed on other devices such as an iPad.
The Mars 4K is another transmission system but without a screen. It actually has minimal latency of 66ms which is very rapid and beats the 88ms latency of the Mars M1. It has dual bullet-style antennas which means that they are far more robust and don’t have to be removed when packing the device away.
You can buy the Mars M1 for $549 or $999 for a pair. The Mars 4K are $349 and for a pair, it costs $699.
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