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Stage-ready in-ear monitoring

Stage-ready in-ear monitoring

Stage-ready in-ear monitoring

The U500 IEM systems are available for operation in various frequency ranges

LD Systems has launched an in-ear monitoring system aimed at bands, musicians and rental firms. The U500 IEM Series is available as a set, with and without headphones, and comes equipped with switchable transmitting power of 2mW, 10mW and 30mW in order to meet country-specific regulations. Designed to provide a more reliable signal transmission over a distance of up to 100m, the systems provide ‘unrestricted freedom of movement’ across any application.

There are 96 receiver channels available to offer mono or stereo operation as required. The in-ear mix can be adjusted to fit via a three-band EQ with parametric mids. In addition, the U500 systems allow for personalised username entry and storage of preferred settings in 10 preset memory locations. Depending on the frequency band, up to 12 systems can be operated simultaneously.

The transmitter and receiver units are equipped with a high-contrast OLED display for use on dark stages and under harsh sunlight, while the pocket receiver provides an operating time of up to 10 hours.

The U500 IEM systems are available for operation in various frequency ranges. The 470–490MHz, 514–542MHz, 584–608MHz and 655–679MHz bands permit running up to 12 systems simultaneously. In the 823–832MHz and 863–865MHz ranges, six systems can be operated at the same time, providing wireless monitoring for the entire band. A rack-mount kit and a rugged transport case are also supplied.



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