Wisycom has announced the introduction of the MTK982, a new dual-wideband, stereo IEM/IFB transmitter capable of generating multiple types of RF modulations for use in a variety of live event productions, and it will be on display at the upcoming 2023 NAMM Show in Anaheim (Booth 14219).
“The MTK982 features the widest switching bandwidth available among any in-ear monitor system (up to 300 MHz), enabling users to find the best possible frequency anywhere in the world,” says Massimo Polo, CEO, Wisycom SRL. “Additionally, the low interference output features wideband intermodulation phase cancellation. This, combined with its Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) signal, allows the MTK982 to offer the highest quality signal available in an IEM/IFB transmitter. We look forward to showcasing these great features to NAMM attendees.”
In addition to its wideband RF functionality, the transmitter incorporates integrated low-energy, long-range Bluetooth remote-control capability, and also has Stationary Wave Ratio (SWR) sensing on its antenna outputs. The 470 to 663 MHz frequency range in North America (470-770 MHz Europe), in conjunction with the BFLT1 transmitter and BFLR1 receiver, enables the MTK982 to transmit signals over fiber to a remote area, with states low latency. Further, the MTK982 can be remotely controlled and monitored using Wisycom Manager software.
The MTK982 also works with DIGICOM multi-brand compatibility software, which makes it possible for users to integrate the transmitter with a variety of third-party receivers. And, the transmitter also has stereo, mono and intercom audio modulation, along with an optional redundant power supply and an output power of up to two watts. Also onboard are multi-companding DSP audio processing, analog and digital AES3 inputs, and primary/secondary outputs for distributed applications.