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Lectrosonics adds to D Squared family

Lectrosonics adds to D Squared family
The DPR digital plug-on transmitter

Lectrosonics adds to D Squared family

Lectrosonics has introduced the two newest members of its digital wireless series

The DPR digital plug-on transmitter and the DSQD/AES-3 receiver have become the latest members of the D Squared digital wireless series. The DPR transmitter is fully compatible with the DSQD digital receiver and features a tuning range of 470–608MHz (470–614MHz for the export version). It includes high-efficiency circuitry for extended operating time on two AA batteries, and offers RF power selections at 25mW and 50mW. Phantom power is selectable to off, 5V, 15V or 48V to accommodate a wide range of microphone types, from dynamic to studio condensers and shotgun mics. Input gain is adjustable over a 55dB range in 1dB steps to allow an exact match to the input signal level. The two-way IR port reportedly ensures quick setup and allows for encryption key transfer and other data sharing between units.

The DSQD/AES3 digital receiver
The DSQD/AES3 digital receiver

The DSQD/AES3 digital receiver is a four-channel, half-rack design with high-resolution colour display, analogue or AES digital outputs, and rear BNC antenna ports with “loop-thru” buffered BNC outputs to another receiver. It is compatible with the DPR plug-on, the DBu beltpack, the DHu handheld transmitter, the stereo DCHT and the half-rack M2T. The DSQD/AES3 is also backwards compatible with any Digital Hybrid Wireless transmitters, including the SM Series, LT, HM Series, SSM, HH Series, UM400, UM400a, LM Series, MM Series and WM. Three different receiver diversity schemes are available, including switched (during packet headers for seamless audio), Digital Ratio Diversity or Digital Frequency Diversity.



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