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Audio Wireless Radio Microphone Systems Push Bandwidth at IBC 2012
Audio Wireless, the UK-based designer and manufacturer of radio microphone and communications systems, is exhibiting the latest additions to its growing range of innovative products on stand no. 8.A76 at IBC2012 (RAI, Amsterdam, 7 – 11 September). Offering frequency-switching bandwidths that maximise territorial freedom for international working, the Audio Wireless range of miniature receivers and transmitters include specialist products for location sound recording, ENG/EFP and broadcast.
AWT-1 Belt-Pack Pocket Transmitter: a switchable-frequency bandwidth of up to 120MHz enables simple operation for crews, camera operators and sound recordists working worldwide. The AWT-1 is available for operation on a single AA cell, or as a dual-cell version with higher transmitter power.
AWDR-1 Small True-Diversity Receiver: with a digitally switchable tracking filter that operates across 120MHz, the AWDR-1 scans the entire bandwidth to locate an empty channel, secure from adjacent-band interference. The AWDR-1 can be powered internally or externally, including a phantom power facility via an antenna distribution system. Camera-mounting options are also available.
AWMR-1/9V Belt-Pack In-Ear Monitoring Receiver: providing high-quality full-bandwidth audio monitoring, the AWMR-1 is designed for use by production crews on location or in the studio. It can be supplied in single-AA or 9V battery versions, with rechargeable options.
The Audio Wireless systems are available with a variety of connector options and are easily programmed via a backlit LCD screen, with their operating frequency adjustable across the 470 to 790MHz range. Common to all models is their ingenious battery compartment design, with a captive, easy-twist cover that features a click-stop mechanism to provide positional feedback, and enables fast battery changeovers by feel alone.
29th June 2012
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