Operates with AES 128-bit encryption, OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing) modulation and digital controlled antenna diversity
September 13, 2011, by PSW Staff
AKG has introduced the DMS 70 digital wireless microphone system – a true uncompressed digital wireless system. The DMS 70 operates in the 2.4GHz ISM band, a worldwide license-free frequency range.
The DMS 70 package includes the DSR 70 receiver, DPT 70 digital pocket transmitter and DHT 70 digital handheld transmitter wireless microphone, as well as a DSR 70 rack mount kit, power supply and other accessories.
All DMS 70 devices are available separately and in the following packages: the Vocal Set Dual, Instrumental Set Dual and Vocal/Instrumental Set Dual.
The DMS 70 features bidirectional communication between the transmitter and receiver and dynamic frequency selection that provides “intelligent” operation.
The system operates with AES 128-bit encryption, OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing) modulation and digital controlled antenna diversity for clear, secure 2-way wireless communication.
The DSR 70 receiver can receive up to four channels of audio, which can be mixed down directly to its balanced XLR sum output, while the DHT 70 mic employs AKG’s D5 supercardioid capsule to deliver outstanding sound quality with feedback and noise suppression.
The DMS 70 offers a number of additional features including auto power off function for all transmitters, power off from receiver side for all connected transmitters, battery status monitoring, adjustable mic/guitar input level (DPT 70), high/low level gain switch (DHT 70) and more.
“Harman’s AKG DMS 70 system offers exceptional studio-quality sound, thanks to its uncompressed digital audio transmission capability,” said Thomas Umbauer, product manager, AKG. “The DMS 70 is designed for the most exacting applications where the highest level of wireless audio performance is required.”