Audio-Technica Introduces New Wireless Systems

3000A Series has automatic frequency scanning like the 4000 and 5000 systems      20/02/06

Audio-Technica Introduces New Wireless Systems


Audio-Technica is introducing its new 3000A Series UHF True Diversity Wireless Systems with Automatic Frequency Scanning functionality, complete with the ATW-T371 handheld transmitter with high quality condenser capsule. These are being launched at the Pro Light & Sound show in Frankfurt which also sees the launch of the ATW-A49SP Active Antenna Splitter Kit.
The new 3000A UHF wireless series is a high performance, professionally specification, mid-budget wireless solution, for AV rental, sound touring, theatre sound, sound installation, and broadcast production applications. The 200 frequency agile system incorporates A-T’s Automatic Frequency Scanning technology, as featured on the top of the range 4000 and 5000 wireless systems. AFS greatly enhances operation, automatically searching and setting the best available frequency in the spectrum. Up to 16 simultaneous systems per frequency band are compatible, for a total maximum of 32 simultaneous systems across two bands.
The ATW-49SP Active Antenna Splitter Kit includes two one-input, two-output splitters for use with AEW 4000 and 5000 series wireless systems, and ATW-A49LPDA antennas. One set of Active Antenna Splitters enables one set of antennas to feed receivers of different frequency bands; the splitter provides unity gain to compensate the signal loss from splitting.
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