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09.24.2010
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
AKG debuts Perception Wireless at PLASA 2010

AKG introduced the Perception Wireless system at PLASA 2010 in London. The new RF system covers up to 30MHz bandwidth with low-current transmitters.

The Perception Wireless is designed for entry-level audio technicians and musicians and offers up to eight channels per band. The Perception series systems are headed by the Vocal Set, with handheld transmitter housing a dynamic cardioid capsule. The bodypack versions include the Instrumental Set, which comes with instrument cable; the Sports Set, with the new Perception C 544 head-worn microphone; and a Presenter Set, complete with CK 99 L lavaliere microphone. All sets include the stationary receiver SR 45, a single AA battery and a switched-mode power supply with EU/UK/US adapters.

The pocket transmitter PT 45 runs on a single AA battery and is compatible with all AKG MicroMics. The HT 45 handheld transmitter features gain adjustment and comes with a capsule from the Perception Live series. The SR 45 receiver included with all systems provides diversity reception and both XLR and phone jack outputs.



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