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Lectrosonics adds two transmitters to 941MHz frequency band

Lectrosonics adds two transmitters to 941MHz frequency band

Lectrosonics adds two transmitters to 941MHz frequency band

Lectrosonics has added the SMWB/E07-941 (single AA battery) and SMDWB/E07-941 (dual AA battery) to its Digital Hybrid Wireless SM Series to cover the Part-74 licence-only frequency range from 941.525–959.825MHz. The transmitters have the same dimensions and features as the earlier UHF SMWB and SMDWB units, including the ability to either act as a transmitter or as a body-worn recorder.

RF power is selectable at 100, 50 or 25mW. The models feature the standard TA5 connector with servo-bias mic input, as used on all previous SM Series units and all current TA5 beltpack units, such as the LT and LMb. Any lavalier microphones wired for these other Lectrosonics transmitters will also work on the new models. Accessories for the existing SMWB/SMDWB series – including pouches, belt clips and battery eliminators – are also compatible.

The units can be configured either as a transmitter or a recorder, with files stored on Micro SD card memory, allowing use as body worn recorders. Audio files are recorded in the industry-standard Broadcast Wave (.WAV) format at 24-bits/44.1kHz sample rate. The Micro SD memory card can also be used to update firmware in the field.

The transmitters feature the same large, backlit LCD found on the latest Lectrosonics transmitters, including the LT, HHa, LMb and DBu. They also include an IR port to allow for quick setup when using any IR equipped receiver, such as the SRc-941 or Venue 2-941. This is said to allow for easy integration with a larger wireless system using Lectrosonics Wireless Designer software for frequency management and system monitoring.

“The new SMWB/E07-941 and SMDWB/E07-941 transmitters are a natural extension to our product line covering the licence-only 941MHz frequency band,” said Karl Winkler, vice president of sales and marketing for Lectrosonics. “With the popularity of our products in this frequency range, it is a natural fit to add these new models that can work as a transmitter or a recorder, giving professional users another flexible tool for their challenging production work.”

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