May 7, 2013 4:05 PM, By Mark Johnson
Beyerdynamic’s new TG 1000 digital wireless system features a digital UHF true-diversity receiver with automatic frequency selection, encrypted data transmission and browser control, and monitoring via an integrated web server. The system can be integrated into any network. Up to 12 receivers can be cascaded for operation off a pair of antennas. The TG 1000 UHF handheld transmitter features an operating time of approximately eight hours on two AA alkaline batteries. Frequency synchronization with the receiver is via an IR interface. Five different Beyerdynamic microphone heads are available. The TG 1000 beltpack is also available. Transmission range is up to 984.3ft.
The Clockaudio CW9000 UHF multichannel radio microphone system comprises a CW9000R receiver and a CW9000T handheld transmitter. The system uses phase-locked, loop-synthesized channels with an optimum operating range of 328ft. line of sight. The CW9001T beltpack transmitter is also available.
Designed for the entry-level professional market, the Electro-Voice R300 UHF wireless microphone system features ClearScan, which scans through 32 preset channels (with compatible groups of eight for simultaneous operation) to find the clearest channel. EZsync infrared channel transfer synchronizes the transmitter to the receiver. Two AA alkaline batteries provide 14 hours of operation. The handheld transmitter features an Electro-Voice PL22 cardioid dynamic element and the bodypack transmitter is compatible with all Electro-Voice headworn and lavalier mics. The APD4 + antenna splitter provides antenna and power feeds for up to four receivers. Rackmount ears are available as an option.
Lectrosonics’ HH Digital Hybrid wireless handheld transmitter combines 24-bit digital audio with an analog FM radio link. RF transmission power is selectable at either 50mW or 100mW. Battery life at 100mW is 5.5 hours with two AA alkaline batteries and eight to 10 hours with lithium batteries. The mic also features a programmable mute/talkback function where a button actuates either audio mute, or in talkback mode, the signal is sent to a secondary output in the Venue receiver. The mic comes with the HHC cardioid condenser capsule, but capsules from many microphone manufacturers can also be used.
The XD-V75 2.4GHz digital wireless system from Line 6 provides 10 different microphone models based on commonly available microphones from well-known manufacturers for the handheld system. The bodypack systems provide six vocal and three instrument EQ filter models. Channel scanning helps to select 14 always-available channels when multiple systems are in use. Antennas from additional systems can be daisy-chained via the two powered BNC antenna inputs. The operating range is 300ft. Digital Channel Lock (DCL) prevents interference for other devices operating in the 2.4GHz band.
The Mipro ACT-3 series wireless microphone system comes with single- and dual-channel UHF diversity receivers, and ships as complete systems in five configurations, which includes handheld and/or bodypack transmitters. The system provides 961 selectable frequencies per band, 56 presets (eight of which are user-definable) and eight interference-free channels per band. The system incorporates third-generation ACT technology and features one-touch AutoScan and ACT channel setup. The system provides up to 20 hours of battery life with two AA alkalines. The ACT-30T bodypack transmitter features switchable RF output power (10mW to 30mW).
Nady’s W-1KU UHF receiver provides 1,000 user-selectable UHF frequencies per band, with Auto-Scan for location of clear channels. ASC (Auto-Sync Channel) sends the selected group/channel information to the transmitter via IR. The system features 120dB dynamic range and up to 500ft. line-of-sight operation. Front-panel backlit LCD display indicates selected audio-output volume level, group, channel, RF signal strength meter, and A/B diversity antenna status. The receiver is rackmountable with optional single rackmount kit or dual (side-by-side) rackmount kit. The HT-1KU handheld and BT-1KU bodypack transmitters both feature LCD displays for: selected group, channel, audio input levels, and battery-level status; transmitting high/low RF power switch for optimizing distance; and operation with two AA batteries (alkaline or rechargeable NiMH).
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