Sennheiser introduces SD 5212 wireless mic transmitter

The SK 5212 offers a number of advanced features, including infrared wireless synchronization with the company's new NET 1 Network System multichannel wireless hub
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The SK 5212 offers a switching bandwidth of 36MHz, which is freely selectable in the entire UHF range from 450MHz to 960MHz.

The new Sennheiser SK 5212 is one of the smallest wireless microphone body-pack transmitters in its class, even surpassing its predecessor, the SK 5012, in terms of size, weight and features.

The SK 5212 offers a number of advanced features, including infrared wireless synchronization with the company's new NET 1 Network System multichannel wireless hub.

The SK 5212 can also be used with all of Sennheiser's 3000 and 5000 series components. A sturdy metal housing protects the mini transmitter.

The SK 5212 offers a switching bandwidth of 36MHz, which is freely selectable in the entire UHF range from 450MHz to 960MHz. Transmitter frequency can be set in 5kHz steps. A single AA battery ensures that the SK 5212 works reliably for six hours at its full 50mW output power. The transmitter power can be reduced to 10mW in order to adapt to the transmission conditions of different regions. The SK 5212 also transmits its current battery status to the receiver.

For more information, visit www.sennheiserusa.com.

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