Sennheiser Debuts New Wireless Transmitter

April 2, 2008
Sennheiser Electronic Corp. will introduce a new transmitter to its wireless product line at this year’s NAB Show.

The SR 350 IEM G2 is a twin transmitter that can provide up to 100 mW of output power, ensuring a greater range for wireless monitoring. The new transmitter is equipped with an HDX compander and can be used with the company’s EK 300 IEM G2 and EK 3253 monitor receivers. A total of 1,440 UHF frequencies are available for the equipment and each transmitter has eight channel banks, each with 12 preset frequencies. There is also a bank with up to 12 user-selectable channels.

The new equipment also features a user-friendly menu control with a backlit graphics display. An option is available that allows the twin transmitters to be remotely controlled and programmed via Sennheiser’s NET 1 network system.

Sennheiser will be in Booth N8207.

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