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The RE3 system

Rock-solid RF

The RE3 contains an assortment of accessories to create large, multichannel systems

To align with the latest RF regulations, Electro-Voice has announced the launch of the RE3, a UHF wireless microphone system following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the RE2. RE3 receivers and transmitters are available in 10 pre-packaged sets, configured to cover a wide range of performance and presentation applications. Sets contain one 1/2-rack-space diversity receiver with antennas, universal power supply, rack-mount kit, transmitter, batteries and an input device. The RE3 also contains an assortment of accessories to create large, multichannel systems. Five handheld system sets are available with a choice of interchangeable mic capsules: the ND76, ND86, ND96 (dynamic) and the RE420 and RE520 (condenser). Five bodypack system sets are available for instrument and lavalier/headworn microphone applications: the OL3, CL3 (lavalier), HW3 (headworn), GC3 (instrument cable) and one bodypack-only system.

The RE420 and RE520
The RE420 and RE520

The RE420 and RE520 are the next generations of the RE410 and RE510, respectively. The RE420’s cardioid pattern combines effective acoustic control with a comfortable working range, allowing freedom of vocal expression. It provides a warm, low-frequency response, open mids and clear highs. The RE520’s supercardioid pattern ensures superior sonic isolation and high gain-before-feedback, to maintain a vivid vocal presence – even in the most challenging stage environments. It is said to provide a tight low-frequency response, natural-sounding mids and detailed highs. Both are ideal for high-quality stage performances and productions, club and concert sound, touring artists and house of worship praise bands.



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