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dBTechnologies goes on tour

dBTechnologies goes on tour

dBTechnologies goes on tour

A total of 16,000 frequencies are available in the RS16000 touring rack

The RS16000 touring rack from dBTechnologies is a digital, 24-bit, true diversity, wireless microphone system offering up to 400MHz of tuning bandwidth across six channels and operates within the UHF spectrum of 470–870MHz. A total of 16,000 frequencies are available, which can be selected in manual mode in 25kHz increments. Housed in a rugged road case, the RS16000 includes six RS16000R receivers, a model AS6W antenna splitter with 9V phantom power, its own active cooling system, an RPS10 power supply and a HUB800 network hub, which allows use of the manufacturer’s Wireless Manager software via a front-panel USB port. An Ethernet port is also provided in the back panel for building and managing multiple systems, each of which can virtually support more than 60 transmitters simultaneously.

Interchangeable capsules are included with the handheld transmitter along with a Shure adapter, while the bodypack is equipped with a Shure-compatible, four-pole Mini-XLR connector. Either alkaline or rechargeable lithium-ion batteries can be used with both transmitters, reportedly providing up to seven hours of continuous operation. With an operating range of up to 90m in absence of interference, the RS16000 is FCC-, RED- and IC-compliant. Sold separately, handheld and bodypack transmitters are also available for use with the system.



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