11.05.2007 11:12 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Beyerdynamic offers new in-ear IMS system
Citing ease of use and fast set up, beyerdynamic, has added the IMS 900 in-ear-system to its line of products for broadcast applications. The system is made up of two components, the SE 900 stereo transmitter and the TE 900 stereo pocket receiver.
In multichannel applications where time is a critical element, the IMS 900’s 16 preprogrammed UHF frequencies offer an easy setup and quick sound check. The IMS system is made up of two components, the SE 900 stereo transmitter and the TE 900 stereo pocket receiver.
The SE 900 transmitter can accommodate up to eight channels per frequency range without interference. Housed in a 9.5in metal case, it features an LCD display indicating group/channel and includes LEDs for audio levels, combo inputs and headphone output with volume control.
With the TE 900 pocket receiver, users can customize the unit to monitor mix and audio quality. The unit is equipped with a mono/stereo switch, volume and balance control, allowing for instantaneous alterations to the mix as well as two RF signal antennas to prevent signal drop outs. For added sound protection, the TE 900 comes with a switchable limiter that protects against loud noise bursts. Earphones are included with all transmitters.
For more information, visit www.beyerdynamic-USA.com.