Behringer Launch Affordable Wireless System

Ultralink UL2000M is a UHF true diversity wireless microphone system with 320 selectable frequencies      30/10/06
Behringer Launch Affordable Wireless System


Behringer have been in touch to tell us about their new Ultralink UL2000M wireless system. Here’s what they have to say in their own words:
Behringer goes wireless at a performance level and price that’s unheard of! With the revolutionary Ultralink UHF wireless microphone/receiver set, you will experience the most innovative and high-tech design available in this price segment. Choose from 320 transmission frequencies and enjoy the powerful advantage of simultaneous operation for up to 20 systems. With its user-friendly control menu and comprehensive LCD screen, the system is extremely easy to operate. And, thanks to a proprietary scan function for transmitter frequencies, you can be assured of absolute reliability, signal integrity and audio bandwidth, even in tough RF environments.
The microphone has an excellent cardioid pickup pattern, making it perfect for vocal applications. A high-performance compander system guarantees extremely high dynamic range, an optimal signal-to-noise ratio and an ultra-wide audio transmission range.
One of the Ultralink highlights—a feature never seen in this price range—is the availability of user-tunable transmit frequencies in addition to the 3 presets with 8 interference-free channels each. This way, you have a total of 320 different frequencies available to you, guaranteeing that you will find a free frequency, no matter how crowded it gets! The receiver also features a switch-mode power supply with easily interchangeable AC plugs for maximum flexibility (100 – 240 Volts).
The Ultralink ULR2000 true diversity receiver easily fits into your 19' rack and can be mounted with the included rack-mounting kit.
Pricing and Availability:
$249.99 USD, £172 GBP More information:


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