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Quick Look

Capture the best your XLR microphones have to offer. Transmit and record anywhere. Yes… even in the USA.

  • Color Screen
  • 550MHz ~ 960MHz; ≤100mW
  • Featuring a Neutrik XLR Locking Input
  • Dual AA Battery; Up To 14Hrs* of Battery Life
  • 32-Bit Float / 24-Bit; Supports ≤128Gb MicroSD
  • Remote Control the DXTX with BitConnectify™ 2.0; Up To 250ft Bluetooth Range
  • Audio Input compatible feature analog 5V Mic Bias and Line signals
  • It also supports AES 3 / AES 42 digital signals
  • Analog Limiter
  • Supports 48V Phantom Power
  • External SMA Antenna
  • External Power via USB-C
  • Firmware Updatable


* Battery life tested at 10mW, Bluetooth Off, Screen Sleep 10 Sec, LED On

All DXTX features

Neutrik® Onboard

The DXTX uses an authentic Neutrik locking female panel mount connector. This is the same locking connector found on other industry leading wireless microphones.

The EMC-XLR Series from Neutrik® is a specifically designed to give it enhanced RF suppression during critical applications where there are radio transmission near the microphone.

Protected Within

The battery door on the DXTX protects the two AA batteries that run the unit for up to 14hrs*.

Also inside the battery door is the included 32Gb microSD card.

Not Your Mom's XLR

Video microphones shouldn't be stuck to being just onto of your camera. It's time to free them, and fly them on a boom.

The XLR connector on the DXTX also features 5V Bias. Today the majority of video microphones used on cameras either need bias voltage to run (ie. Deity V-Mic D4 Mini, RODE VideoMic GOii, or Sennheiser MKE400) or they need bias voltage to trigger themselves awake (like the Deity V-Mic D3 / D3 Pro or RODE VideoMic NTG**)

Status & Safety

We wanted to make sure you knew what the status of your DXTX was when flying it on a boom pole. Rather than mounting the LEDS on the side of the unit, we placed the under the device. This allows them to be seen when boom, but also hides them from the camera lens when the DXTX is being used on-camera with handheld microphone during interviews.

Also on the bottom is the 50 Ohm SMA antenna port and USB-C port. This allow the DXTX to be integrated into larger systems like using it as an IFB or camera hop transmitter with a built-in backup recorder that could always be running as a safety take.


Does the DXTX work with digital AES microphones?

Yes, it does. The DXTX will work with Schoeps SuperCMIT and a whole host of other AES 42 digital microphones.