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Rockville RWM132V VHF Wireless Microphone System Owners Manual

Rockville RWM132V VHF Wireless Microphone System FEATURE

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Rockville RWM132V VHF Wireless Microphone System

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About Rockville

The brand Rockville Audio is known for its audio gear, which includes speakers, amplifiers, subwoofers, and other items linked to sound. They are renowned for providing a variety of goods aimed at both professional and consumer markets.


  • The large display on the receiver + digital display on each mic
  • Improved high-performance wireless handheld microphone capsule
  • Includes transmitter with two handheld, high sensitivity, unidirectional, wireless cardioid microphones
  • Featuring a dual filter design to limit feedback and interference
  • Ultra-signal stability eliminates unwanted distortion
  • The transmitter automatically links to the receiver for ease of use
  • Use two handheld mics at once with no interference
  • Individual microphone volume controls
  • Low power consumption for longer battery life



  • Operating Range: 150 feet or more
  • Channel: Two Channel
  • Frequency Range: 210MHz – 270MHz
  • Frequency Response: 40Hz – 18KHz S/N.: >103dB (1KHz-A)
  • Operating Temp: 14°F – 122°F
  • Oscillation Mode: Quartz Crystal
  • Frequency Stability: ‡0.005%
  • Modulation Mode: VHF
  • Harmonic Radiation: <65dBm RF
  • Output Power: 10mW
  • Power Voltage: AC 110V/60Hz
  • Mic Battery: AA x 2


  • Sensitivity: (S/N=30dB) >2mV
  • Audio Output Impedance: 600
  • Audio Output Level.: 0 – 0.5V
  • Power Supply: AC 110V/60Hz
  • Current Consumption: 50mA
  • Audio Out Connector: ¼” unbalanced


  • Frequency Stability: 0.005% RF
  • Output Power: 10mW
  • Modulation Mode: VHF
  • Maximum Deviation Range: ‡48KHz
  • Microphone Mode: Fixed Power
  • Supply: AA × 2
  • Current Consumption: 35mA

*Operating range is subject to environmental conditions. Results may vary.

Receiver (Front)

  1. Antennas
  2. Power on/off switch
  3. MIC A Volume adjustment knob
  4. MIC A RF/AF signal LED indicators
  5. LCD display
  6. MIC B RF/AF signal LED indicators
  7. MIC B Volume adjustment knob


Receiver (Back)

  1. Antennas
  2. XLR Mix out. Please note, that do not connect to line-level inputs.
  3. ¼” Mix out d. Power cord



  1. Microphone windscreen
  2. LCD display
  3. Power on/off switch
  4. Battery compartment


Setup and Operation

For the best performance of the wireless microphone system, you should make sure that you run the cable from the receiver output (XLR or ¼” mix out) into a line input on a powered speaker or mixing board. If you run it right into a mic level input then the audio level will distort. Most mixers and powered speakers have both a Microphone input and a line-level input.

  • Plug in and turn on the receiver.
  • The receiver should be at least 3′ off the ground for optimal transmission.
  • Extend the antennas.
  • Depending on your setup, connect the appropriate outputs.
  • Make sure the microphone batteries are properly inserted.
  • Turn on the microphone. It should automatically connect to the receiver.
  • Adjust channel volume as necessary.





Responsible party name: Rockville

Address: 600 Bayview Ave, Entrance A, Inwood, NY 11096

Hereby declares that the product Rockville RWM132V VHF microphone kit complies with FCC rules as mentioned in the following paragraph:

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
  2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
  • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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FAQS About Rockville RWM132V VHF Wireless Microphone System

What are the three potential problems with a cordless microphone?

Wireless microphones are vulnerable to RF issues such noise, interference, and drop-outs. These issues could have severe effects on both installed systems and live shows.

What three components do wireless microphone systems need?

The microphone, transmitter, and receiver are the three basic parts that make up wireless microphone systems.

What frequency range do VHF microphones operate in?

25 – 300 MHz

What is the lifespan of a wireless microphone?

You should also think about how long the microphone’s battery will last. A wireless microphone typically has a battery life of 5 hours or so.

What is the most crucial factor to take into account when choosing a wireless microphone system?

When deciding which wireless microphone system to use, it’s crucial to take into account the following factors: Connectivity. Number of transmitters required: Lavalier, Handheld, or Headset form factor.

How does a wireless VHF microphone function?

Two components make up a wireless microphone system: a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter accepts an audio stream and uses ultra-high frequency modulation to convey it through the air. The receiver then searches for and demodulates this modulated signal.

Is a speaker necessary for a wireless microphone to function?

A microphone operates independently of any speakers, headphones, or other playback devices, as was before explained.

How far can VHF communications travel?

roughly 160 kilometers

What is the microphone’s highest frequency?

The distance between a microphone’s upper and lower limiting frequencies is referred to as its frequency range. The frequency range that can be covered by modern microphones ranges from about 1 Hz to 140 kHz.

How are speakers and microphones connected?

Some speakers feature jack inputs (seen in the middle of the above image), and their corresponding 6.3 mm (or 14″) plug is probably well-known to most people because it’s typically used in headphones. If your microphone has an XLR connection, you will need an adaptor cable that is female XLR to male TRS jack.

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