When it comes to innovation at an incredible price, most will not need to look further than Deity Microphones. With Deity Connect, you have a whole new world of prosumer wireless options in the 2.4 GHz price bracket. The system is extremely versatile and can be used in multiple ways.

Deity Connect System

The Deity Connect Wireless System consists of a few different components, just like any wireless system. There are transmitters and receivers in this lineup. Let’s break down the Transmitters first.



The BP-TX is a Bodypack Transmitter and the beginning of the chain when working in the Deity Connect ecosystem. In terms of build quality, this device is not a toy. It does not feel cheap in your hand. Most devices in this price range are made from plastic and look like they won’t take a single fall. Not the BP-TX. This transmitter is robust, has an incredible OLED display, has the ability to Replace Antennas (which is not common in this price range), and has incredibly long battery life.

The BP-TX has a great set of menu options for anyone needing to get into their audio a little more. Most transmitters again in this range generally have auto settings that make your audio very limited in terms of control. Not with this Deity Connect transmitter. You can adjust RF Outputs, Limiters, Gain, Low Cut Filers, and more.

  • Multiple RF Outputs (10mw, 25mw, 50mw, 100mw, and AUTO)
  • Guard Rail Limiter
  • 75Hz and 150Hz Low Cut Filters
  • Boost Audio Frequencies 7KHz – 20Khz
  • Assign User ID’s to each transmitter
  • 1″ OLED display
  • Screen and button lock
  • 24bit/48Khz
  • Uses Standard Locking 3.5mm lavaliers
Form Factor Portable Transmitter
RF Output Power Auto / 10 / 25 / 50 / 100 mW (Switchable)
Audio I/O 1 x 1/8″ / 3.5 mm TRS Female Balanced/Unbalanced Input (Lockable)
Pad Up to -12dB
Muting Mute Switch
Gain Range -12dB to +36 dB
Signal Processing High Pass Filter- Off, 20-200Hz
HF Boost: Off, +1dB – +10dB @ 7Khz
Antenna 1 x 1/4 Wave External, Detachable, SMA
1 x 1/4 Dipole Internal
Power Requirements Battery, Bus Power (USB-C)
Battery Type 1 x Built-In Rechargeable
Internal Battery Capacity 2200 mAh
Battery Charging Time 75 Minutes
Approx. Battery Life ~10 Hours @ 100 mW RF Output
+12 Hours @ 10 mW RF Output
Battery Cycle Count Up to 500 Full-Life Cycles
USB Connectivity 1 x USB Type-C (Bus Power, Charging, Firmware)
Display & Indicators 1 x OLED (Audio Level, Battery Status, Mute, Signal Strength)
2 x LED (Mute, Power)
1 x LED (Sync)
Housing Aluminum with ABS accents
Dimensions 2.5 x 3.7 x 1″ / 63 x 92.8 x 26 mm (without Antennas)
Weight 5.2 oz / 148 g


Next in the lineup is a plug-on transmitter called the HD-TX. Its compact form factor makes it lightweight for boom poles. It can be used with shotgun microphones and will supply phantom power if needed. It also has a built-in recorder and headphones, meaning you can essentially record a boom track disconnected to your source and sync later.

  • Transmit and record simultaneously*
  • Guard Rail Analog Limiter
  • 1.3″ OLED display
  • Record 24-bit/48kHz WAV files to MicroSD card
  • Switchable between the XLR input and 3.5mm Mic/Line input
  • +48V Phantom Power
  • ~10hrs of battery life at 100mW
  • ~8hrs record time on an 8Gb MicroSD card
  • Headphone jack for live monitoring and listening to playback
  • Firmware updatable

The HD-TX features 4 safeguards to make sure the audio you recorded doesn’t corrupt.

  • A permanent built-in battery prevents accidental shutdowns due to an opened battery door like on other recorders
  • Automatically stops recording and saves your file when the power-down command has been sent
  • Predictable battery metering sends the power-down command to your recorder long before your battery dies preventing mid-roll power outages
  • Lock screen prevents the stop button from accidentally being pressed mid-record

The HD-TX allows you to play back files, rename them, and delete takes. File names are determined by the USER ID assigned to the HD-TX so if multiple units are being used file management in post-production will be easier to keep organized. You can also format your MicroSD card and transfer files to your PC all in the menu of the HD-TX.

You can record days of audio before you have to swap MicroSD cards.

  • Max Card Size – 128Gb
  • Card Type – microSD
  • Card Format – FAT32, exFAT
  • Max File Size – 2Gb; automatically keeps recording and creates a new file
  • File Type – 24bit/48kHz Uncompressed PCM WAV File

The HD-TX also features a locking 3.5mm jack so you can use it as a bodypack transmitter too in a pinch. Just use the included belt clip sleeve to gain the ability to mount the HD-TX to your talent.

*Deity HD-TX units sold inside the USA can only transmit and record when +48V and the XLR input have been selected. Only internationally sold units will feature the ability to transmit and record simultaneously using the 3.5mm input.

Wireless Transmission Digital 2.4 GHz
Encryption Yes
Sample Rate 48 kHz / 24-Bit
Form Factor Plug-On
RF Output Power 10 / 25 / 50 / 100 mW (Switchable)
Audio I/O 1 x XLR 3-Pin Female Balanced Input (Lockable)
1 x 1/8″ / 3.5 mm TRS Female Mic/Line Input (Lockable)
1 x 1/8″ / 3.5 mm TRS Female Headphone Output
Phantom Power +48 V – XLR Input
Plug-In Power 3 V – 3.5mm Input
Pad Up to -12dB
Muting Mute Switch
Gain Range -12 to +36 dB
Signal Processing High-Pass Filter: Off, 20 – 200 Hz
High Frequency Boost: Off, +1 – +10dB @ 7 kHz
Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Sync Method Wireless Transmission / Waveform In Post
Antenna 1 x 1/4 Wave Internal, Fixed
Power Requirements Battery or Bus Power (USB)
Battery Type 1 x Built-In Rechargeable (Included)
Internal Battery Capacity 2600 mAh
Battery Charging Time 90 Minutes
Approx. Battery Life ~12 Hours @ 100 mW RF Output
+14 Hours @ 10 mW RF Output
USB Connectivity 1 x USB Type-C (Data Transfer, Charging, USB Sound Card)
Display & Indicators 1 x LED (Mute, Power)
1 x LED (Pair)
1 x OLED
Operating Temperature 14 to 113°F / -10 to 45°C
Dimensions 1.7 x 4.4 x 1.7″ / 42.5 x 112.3 x 42.5 mm
Weight 7.8 oz / 220 g



Before the DUO-RX, there were only companies like Zaxcom and Shure that had remote control capabilities integrated into their transmitters. These systems are incredibly expensive and are needed for extreme jobs where range and 100% reliability are needed. The DUO-RX can receive up to 2 transmitters and includes features found in these higher-end systems for a fraction of the cost. No longer do you have to bother talent just to make a minor adjustment to their transmitter bodypack. Just access each transmitter’s menu from the DUO-RX and change your settings remotely.

The DUO-RX is just as robust as its transmitter counterparts. It easily mounts in a sound bag or on top of a DSLR, and the 1.3″ OLED display is easily read in sunlight.

  • The DUO-RX also has removable antennas so you can swap out a standard antenna with an external one if you like.
  • Twin True Diversity antenna arrays for a Quad Antenna setup
  • Dual Isolated Output Channels
  • Remote controls every audio adjustment on each transmitter
  • Dual SMA elbow antennas
  • Updatable Firmware
  • Live VU meter monitoring
  • Separate 1/4″ and 3/8″ mounting points underneath
Form Factor Portable
Mounting Options Belt Clip, Shoe-Mount (with Included Hardware)
Antenna 2 x 1/4 Wave External, SMA (Top-Mount)
2 x Internal
Number of Audio Channels 2
Audio I/O 2 x 1/8″ / 3.5 mm TRS Female Balanced/Unbalanced Mic/Line Output (Lockable)
Gain Range -51 to +15 dB (3 dB Steps)
Frequency Response 50 Hz to 20 kHz
USB/Lightning Connectivity 1 x USB Type-C (Bus Power, Charging, Firmware Updates)
Approximate RF Sensitivity -86 dBm
RF Output Power 10 / 25 / 50 / 100 mW
Power Requirements Internal Battery or Bus Power (USB)
Battery Type 1 x Built-In Rechargeable
Internal Battery Capacity 2200 mAh
Battery Charging Time 70 Minutes
Approx. Battery Life Approx 10 Hours (Lithium Rechargeable)
Battery Cycle Count Up to 500 Full Life Cycles
Display & Indicators 1 x OLED (AF Level, Battery Status, High-Pass Filter, Menu Navigation, Mute, RF Level)
1 x LED (Mute, Power)
1 x LED (Mute)
2 x LED (Sync)
Housing Aluminum
Mounting Options 1/4″ 20 Threaded Mount, 3/8″ Threaded Mount, Hook-n-Loop Belt (included)
Operating Temperature 14 to 113°F / -10 to 45°C
Dimensions 3.4 x 4.4 x 1.3″ / 87.4 x 113 x 33.5 mm (with Antennas)
Weight 8.7 oz / 248 g

BP-TRX (Coming Soon)

The BP-TRX is listed as a receiver, but it is way more magical than that. This receiver is also a transmitter. Guess what? It is also a timecode lock-it box. Long story short, this device is one of the most versatile products in the product sound market because of all the things it can do. Let’s break it down:

This BP-TRX can be told to operate in different modes. First, it can simply operate as a Recorder. Plug a lavalier into the device and it can easily operate as a standalone one-track recorder. The benefit to this system, compared to others is you can jam the unit with a timecode before plugging in your microphone to keep your files in sync all day. Depending on if you have the International or USA Version, you may have the ability to transmit while recording as well.

The next capability of the BP-TRX is using it as a standalone lock-it box. Placing the unit in a tome code mode will allow the inputs and outputs of the device to be able to sense time code. It can then live on a camera to keep it in sync all day long.

One of the best functions of this BP-TRX is its ability to work as an IFB system.  One BP-TRX can broadcast to up to 4 additional BP-TRX receivers, which allows a sound mixer a lot of flexibility. It also allows the gear to be used in different cycles throughout a mixer’s career. For example, one might use the BP-TRX more as a transmitter in their system until they upgrade to higher-end wireless later in their career. At that point, these can be “re-assigned” as a 4 piece IFB system for your production.

Modulation Type Proprietary Protocol
RF Protection Encoded RF Signal
Frequency Type Advanced Adaptive Frequency Hopping
RF Output Power 10mw, 25mW, 50mW, 100mW, AUTO
Latency 19ms
Range (distance) New Body
Bitrate/ Sampling Frequency 24-bit/48KHz
Frequency Response 20 – 20KHz
Input Connection Locking 3.5mm TRS
Input Type Mono, Stereo
Input Level Mic, Line
Input Mic Power 3.3V
Input gain -12db to +36db
Limiter Type Guard Rail™️ Analog Limiter
Low Cut Filter Off, 20Hz to 200Hz
Output Connection Locking 3.5mm TRS
Output Type XLR, DSLR, TC Sync
Timecode Accuracy ±0.2ppm
Timecode Type SMPTE
Timecode Frame-Rates 23.976ND, 24ND, 25ND, 29.97ND, 29.97D, 30ND, 30D
Antenna Inputs Internal & External SMA
Recording BWF .wav file
Card Type Micro SD
Card capacity Up to 128GB
USB Update exFat/Fat16/Fat32
Battery Type Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery
Battery capacity 2800mAh
Battery Life 12Hrs RX Mode, 21Hrs REC Only Mode, 25Hrs TC Box Mode
Battery Charger USB Type-C Charging Cable
Size 83.75×63.5×18.5mm
Weight 160g
Operating Temperature -10℃ to +45℃

Purchasing a Kit

There are two main kits to consider when purchasing a Deity Connect System. These systems are Dual Transmitter Kits paired with a DUO-RX Receiver.



Comes with

(2) BP-TX Transmitters

(1) DUO-RX Receiver




Comes with:

(1) BP-TX Transmitter

(1) HD-TX Transmitter

(1) DUO-RX

Overall Impression

The Deity Connect Wireless systems are an incredible option for beginners and hobbyists. They have microphones that work great for people beginning out in sound as well as camera operators to throw onto the camera. However, there are three things that may present themselves to the novice user:

  1. These systems are not perfect. None of them are. This means you will have limitations on the range of reception. Do not expect to get 300-400 feet reliably 100% of the time.
  2. The system needs to be dialed into proper settings in order to get the best signal for your production.
  3. You must learn how to wire talent.

When it comes to wireless, however, I urge you to take caution if using these systems for paying gigs. 2.4 GHz is NOT considered a reliable spectrum option for professional use compared to other systems in the UHF spectrum. The main reason is because of congestion. There are so many items competing for those frequencies that 2.4 GHz systems are programmed to “hop” to new frequencies in order to find cleaner channels. This is a great feature that will become more and more necessary as more and more items around you connect to WIFI, causing the system to work in challenging environments all the time.

You will have easier times with a Deity Connect Wireless System when it is outdoors away from indoor routers as well as when it is in line of sight. It will also work great when you are in areas with a lot of walls enclosing your signal inside of an area. Going through walls will be iffy – be careful of how far you get from these systems and what you put between the transmitter and receiver. This is not High-Density Wireless Technology.

The Deity Connect is (in my opinion) one of the better 2.4 GHz wireless systems out there. It is perfect for enthusiasts getting started in sound, or camera operators and producers creating their own content.

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