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Lectrosonics adds to wireless range

Lectrosonics adds to wireless range

Lectrosonics adds to wireless range

Lectrosonics has added two transmitters to its Digital Hybrid Wireless SM Series: the ‘wide band’ SMWB (single AA battery) and SMDWB (dual AA battery). The transmitters are described as having ‘a similar look and feel to previous SM Series units’, but include the ability to either act as a transmitter or as a body-worn recorder, as well as wideband tuning.

The SMWB and SMDWB units tune across three standard frequency blocks and come in several frequency ranges: A1 (470MHz to 537MHz) and B1 (537MHz to 614MHz) for the North American and export markets, and B2 (563MHz to 640MHz) and C1 (614MHz to 691MHz) for certain export markets. RF power for these models is selectable at 100, 50 or 25mW (North American version) and 50 or 25mW (certain export markets). The SMWB and SMDWB feature the standard TA5 connector with servo-bias mic input. This input is also found on all previous SM Series units and all current TA5 beltpack units such as the LT and LMb. Any lavaliere microphones wired for these other Lectrosonics transmitters will also work on the new models.

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

The SMWB and SMDWB also feature the same backlit LCD found on some of the manufacturer’s other transmitters, including the LT, HHa, LMb and DBa. The SMWB and SMDWB also include an IR port when using any IR-equipped receiver such as the LR, SRc or Venue 2. This, according to the company, allows for easy integration with a larger wireless system using Lectrosonics’ Wireless Designer software for frequency management and system monitoring.

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