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Nady Introduces New Wireless In-Ear Monitoring System
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The PEM-1000 features 100 pre-set user selectable UHF frequencies for interference-free performance; up to 8 systems can operate simultaneously.

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Nady has introduced their latest in-ear monitor system, the PEM-1000.

This state-of-the-art system allows you to hear your monitor mix clearly anywhere on stage (no matter how loud the music is), and offers all the advantages of wireless in-ear monitoring/mobility—clear focused audio, feedback protection, and the elimination of heavy, hard-to-transport floor monitors. 

The PEM-1000 features 100 pre-set user selectable UHF frequencies for interference-free performance; up to 8 systems can operate simultaneously. 

The system consists of one PEM-1000T transmitter and one PEM-1000R bodypack receiver (unlimited additional receivers can operate with the same transmitter).

Set-up is simple, using either the automatic AutoScan or manual open-frequency selection and ASC infrared synchronization of selected channel between transmitter and receiver.  Both transmitter and receiver offer a user-friendly menu with complete control options shown in the LCD display.

The PEM-1000 all-metal, half-rack transmitter is rack mountable singly or side-by-side with optional rack kits. The system includes lightweight, soft rubber form-fitted earbuds for comfort and optimum acoustics and isolation, plus a rugged foam-padded traveling case. Operating range is up to 500’ depending on site conditions.

The PEM-1000 is available now. 

Nady


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