By PSW Staff • August 4, 2017 Sennheiser has announced a trade-in program in the U.S. region following the decision by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to phase out use of the 600 MHz band for wireless audio over the next few years. Between now and December 14th, Sennheiser will offer any owners of non-compliant wireless systems from any manufacturer a unique opportunity to trade-in their outdated gear for the latest Sennheiser FCC-compliant equipment through a special rebate program. The rebate program consists of a simple three-step program. First, wireless equipment owners should check eligibility for the rebate by checking for a printed sticker on the equipment that indicates its operating frequency range. If the printed information indicates operation in the 600 MHz range above 608 MHz, an upgrade is required to maintain FCC compliance. Second, consumers may purchase authorized wireless equipment from an authorized Sennheiser dealer. Third, consumers should send their outdated gear to Sennheiser to complete the rebate process. For more information about this limited time offer and a full list of eligible models and their trade-in values is available at the link below. Sennheiser Tagged with: Announcements Business FCC IEM Microphones Sennheiser Wireless · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound. Subscribe Today!