07.29.2005 04:25 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Azden debuts dual-channel, on-camera UHF receiver

The receiver can be purchased as separate components, enabling customers to configure their own set up.font>

Azden has introduced a dual-channel, 63-frequency UHF receiver that operates in the 794MHz to 806MHz band. The 200UPR allows users to record the sound from two subjects simultaneously.

It is available in three pre-packaged complete systems, with each including a receiver and two mic/transmitters. The receiver can also be purchased as separate components, enabling customers to configure their own set up.

The 4.13in x 1.38in x 4.13in 200UPR is compatible with all of Azden's current 63-channel mic/transmitters.

Other features of the 200UPR include: Crystal-controlled PLL synthesis and a two-channel 3.5mm -58dB balanced mic-level output jack. Each channel has on/off switches, LEDs for power on/signal received, group/frequency selectors, and dual high-gain antennas with BNC connectors.

The receiver comes with two cables: a dual-channel 3.5mm-to-twin balanced XLR cable for professional cameras, and a dual-channel 3.5mm mini-to-mini cable for mini DV camcorders. A removable hot-shoe mount is also included. Six AA batteries, providing over eight hours of usage, power the 200UPR.

For more information, visit www.azdencorp.com.

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