01.31.2006 11:05 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Sennheiser bows new products at NAMM

The Sennheiser Evolution 912 microphone.

Sennheiser rolled out several new products at this year’s winter NAMM show. Among featured new releases is an upgraded version of its 3000 Series wireless monitor system. The new SRSR3254-U single-channel transmitter, SR3256-U dual-channel transmitter and EK3253-U body-pack receiver are compatible with the company’s Evolution series wireless G2 monitor series, and offer higher RF output levels and extended tuning capability.

Sennheiser also introduced its new Evolution 912 microphone at the Anaheim, CA, show. Designed as a companion piece to its e 901 boundary bass drum mic, the e 912 is a boundary condenser mic designed for vocals, acoustic instruments and piano. It offers a full frequency range of 20-20,000Hz with a maximum SPL of 136dB. Features include integrated preamplifier electronics and a vibration-insulated, low-profile design.

For more information, visit www.sennheiserusa.com.

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