Sennheiser has introduced three new versions of its popular professional wireless products: the EM 3732-II twin rack-mount receiver, the SK 5212-II bodypack transmitter and the SKM 5200-II handheld transmitter. These new versions offer wider switching bandwidths and a special mode for more interference-free transmission frequencies - guaranteeing even more reliable and flexible wireless performance for even the most demanding multi-channel applications.
The EM 3732-II, SK 5212-II and SKM 5200-II feature wider switching bandwidth and switchable RF output power for increased flexibility and frequency agility. The SK 5212-II and SKM 5200-II are equipped with a new low intermodulation mode that allows a greater number of transmitters to operate within congested RF environments. The EM 3732-II directly connects to digital mixing consoles and integrates into networks via Ethernet for remote monitoring or control (PC or Mac). The ultra-small SK 5212-II bodypack can be operated in standard mode at 10 mW for longer operating time or at 50 mW for increased range, and takes one AA battery. The SKM 5200-II features an ergonomic design; adjustable sensitivity in steps of 1dB from -40 to 0 dB; tuning in 5 kHz steps; 3-position low cut filter; a convenient jog dial; and over 7 hours of operating time on just two AA batteries. Frequency ranges: 470-638 MHz (L Range) and 614-697.9 MHz (N-US range).
Up to 184 MHz switching bandwidth
Low-intermodulation mode (LoI)
Switchable output power
Audio sensitivity adjustable in steps of 1 dB from -40 to 0 dB
Frequencies adjustable in steps of 5 kHz