May 7, 2013 4:05 PM, By Mark Johnson
The Revolabs Executive HD and Executive HD MaxSecure 4- and 8-channel wireless microphone systems are designed for executive boardrooms and conference rooms. Systems can be linked to support 32 microphones (or more in maximum density mode). Sixty channels are available in North America. Rechargeable batteries provide up to eight hours of talk time on a full charge. Operating range is approximately 300ft. (no obstructions), with an out-of-range alarm.
Sacom DS Series digital wireless microphones from Sabine features the Sacom DS8000 receiver with four or eight modules per rack, 24-bit digital audio, and 256-bit, FIPS 197 encryption. The receivers may be daisy-chained to provide up to 64 channels using two antennas. Transmitters include handheld, beltpack, and conference podium and table mic options. An eight-bay docking station fits all Sacom transmitter models and NiMH battery cassettes. Battery life is up to eight hours dependant on transmitter power setting (1mW, 10mW, 25mW, and 50 mW).
Samson’s AirLine Synth AR300 receiver and AL300 beltpack transmitter is a frequency-agile system capable of operating on more than 300 channels with up to 11 simultaneous systems, and includes an infrared channel set for synchronizing the transmitter and receiver, and automatic channel scan for selecting the clearest frequency. Beltpack microphone options include earset or lavalier mics. Also available are the AirLine Synth handheld with plug-on transmitter.
The Digital 9000 System from Sennheiser includes the EM 9046 mainframe receiver that can accommodate up to eight receivers. The receiver features a large display for an icon-based user interface and also incorporates a graphical spectrum analyzer and RF level recorder. The SK 9000 bodypack transmitter also employs an icon-based menu structure. The SKM 9000 handheld transmitter is compatible with mic capsules from evolution wireless G3 and 2000 series and the KK204 and KK 204 Neumann capsules, along with three new capsules. The transmitters feature HD mode RF output at 10mW, and LR mode at 25mW.
Shure’s venerable ULX system now comes in a digital version as the ULX Digital Wireless System. The ULX-D offers 24-bit audio with AES 256-bit encryption and Dante digital networked audio over Ethernet. Up to 17 transmitters can be active in one 6MHz TV channel, with up to 47 in high-density mode. The working range is approximately 328ft. Receivers come in single, dual, and quad versions. Transmitters are available as handhelds (with eight microphone capsule options) and bodypacks, which offer minimally 11 different mic options. Either transmitter provides up to 11 hours of operation with two AA batteries and selectable RF output power of 1mW, 10mW, or 20mW.
The Sony DWZ-M70 series 2.4GHz digital wireless vocal/speech set includes a ZTX-M02RC handheld transmitter with an interchangeable dynamic cardioid microphone capsule along with a ZRX-M70 half-rack-size receiver. The DWZ-B70HL package includes headset and lavalier mics. The handheld transmitter also uses optional Sony interchangeable microphone capsules. Additional features include AES 128-bit encryption, an intelligent feedback reducer (with up to 1024-band suppression filters that are continuously tuned in realtime), and two RF modes (wide band hopping mode and narrow band hopping mode). Battery operating time is approximately 10 hours of continuous use with two AA alkaline batteries.
The Trantec S4.16 series from TOA Electronics features 16 selectable UHF channels in the 616MHz to 630MHz range with the ability for eight systems to operate simultaneously. The system is available with either a handheld with a dynamic cardioid capsule or bodypack transmitter, with an omni-directional condenser lavalier mic, which provides 10mW of RF output for up to 120ft. operating range. A single 9V alkaline battery provides up to 10 hours of operation. The tuner is equipped with both balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4in. connectors.
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