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Sennheiser ew100ENGG2 Lavalier Wireless System
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Includes SK100G2, SKP100G2, EK100G2, ME2 Omni lavalier, and CL100 audio output cable.Sennheiser redesigned the evolution series from the inside out w...Click To Read More About This Product
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Includes SK100G2, SKP100G2, EK100G2, ME2 Omni lavalier, and CL100 audio output cable.
Sennheiser redesigned the evolution series from the inside out with features such as much smaller body packs, larger backlit LCD displays, AutoScan function on all receivers, 36MHz switching bandwidth, and intuitive user interfaces.
This evolution Wireless G2 100 Series UHF wireless system is perfect for any musical style, and offers four switchable presets (reprogrammable to any of the 1440 available frequencies), a true diversity receiver for stable, high-quality transmission, and high-quality metal construction that will stand up to the rigors of life on the road. The system features variable-level 1/4" unbalanced TS and XLR balanced connectors.
Consumer Alert:Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.
- Autoscan on all receivers for simple and secure frequency selection
- 1440 frequencies within a 36MHz switching bandwidth for greater tuning flexibility
- Robust metal construction for durability
- Smaller bodypack transmitters and receivers (30% smaller than current EW)
- Pilot tone squelch (defeatable for backwards compatibility with original EW systems)
- New battery concept (AA cells and rechargeable battery accessories)
- Transmitter battery status telemetry on all models
- Audio signal metering on transmitter LCD display
- External charging contacts on 300 and 500 series bodypacks
- XLR jacks on all rackmountable units (including 100 series)
- Frequency Range: 518-554, 626-662, 740-776, 786-822, 830-866MHz
- Switchable Frequencies: 1440
- Af Freq Response: 40-18000Hz
- Signal To Noise Ratio: >110dB
- Compander System: HDX HDX
- Pilot Tone: 32768kHz, deafeatable
- Operating Time: EK:>8h
- Weight: EM: approx.1100g EK: approx. 158g
- Dimensions: EM: 212x145x38 EK: 82x64x24
- Squelch: Low: 5dBV Mid: 15dBV Hi: 25dBV
- Nominal Peak Deviation: XLR: Bal.:-24 to +18dBu Jack: Unbal.:-30 to +12dBu(adjustable in 6 dB-steps)
- Current Consumption: EM: approx.200mA EK: approx.130mA
- Power Supply: EM: 10.5-16V DC, 12V nom. EK: 2.4V DC
- Adjacent Channel Rejection: >65dB
- Image Rejection: >70dB
- Sensitivity: <2.5V
Intermodulation Spacing: >65dB
- Receiver Principle: EM: True Diversity, EK: Non-Diversity
- Booster Dc Supply: None(only via antenna splitter ASP2)
- Weight: SK: approx.158g SKM:approx. 450g SKP:approx. 195g
- Power Supply: 2.4V DC
- Dimensions: SK:82x64x24 SKM:d=50x225 SKP:105x43x43
- Nominal Peak Deviation: Mic:1.8V eff. Line:approx. 2,4Veff
- Operating Voltage: >8h
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I'm a video producer and guitar player. For video work, this kit is stellar. It's very versatile with both the plug-on and lav transmitters (though, obviously, you can't use both at the same time). The cases are metal and handle falls the ground well , which should be expected from the transmitter. The frequency range is great and I've never experienced interference. The sound quality is brilliant. The bonus is that I can use the transmitter for my guitar as well, just by switching the cable. I just have to switch between my "video" and "guitar" presets. The price is too much for consumer level video production but for "prosumer" and up, it's great.
This is a great little system for video. Considering that half the experience of video is the audio, it makes sense to invest in good sound gear. The good -> Very well made and very well thought out. The belt pack controls are concealed behind the battery door to keep the actors (your kids, friends) from pushing the wrong button on accident. The battery door opens easily. Batteries are AA and you can use off-the-shelf rechargables. The units are made of metal (not plastic). Displays easy to see.... like I said, everything is really well thought out. The second transmitter (included) fits any XLR mic and that is a killer idea - need to use a shotgun mic? Just plug in the second (XLR) transmiter and you're good to go, no wires!Got a buddy to run a fishpole mic? Same thing and again no wires.The bad -> Setting it up is about as difficult as setting the clock on your VCR. I don't think that's difficult, but some people have trouble with that sort of stuff. On the positive side - once you do set it up, it remembers everything (even when you take the batteries out) so after you do the initial set-up, from there on out it's simply turn-on and go. The included lavalier mic is omni-directional. Most people prefer an omni, but I like a cardiod pattern. This wasn't really a problem, I just bought a cardioid lapel mic and now I have both.The sound -> really good, as in: really, really good. You would have to go over $1,200 to get anything that performs better. Even then, the increase would be marginal. I've never had any drop-outs and the sound is crystal clear. If you're thinking about adding wireless to your video system, this reall is the way to go. Verdict - Recommended without reservation.