Lectrosonics

Lectrosonics is a U.S. company located in the city of Rio Rancho in the heart of New Mexico. Founded in 1971, the company’s first product was a “Voice Projector.” It was a product line consisting of several over-the-shoulder portable PA systems and lectern PA systems. The first wireless microphone was added to the line in 1975 using a design commissioned from another manufacturer. Soon after, the company invested in its own engineering resources to improve the performance. The final design was completed and marketed under the Freedomike trademark. Lectrosonics decided to enter the broadcast market in the late 1980’s.

Today, Lectrosonics is well respected within the film, broadcast, music, and theater technical communities. We have a strong history of delivering products that satisfy your needs for quality wireless technology with excellent customer support and service.

Lectrosonics wireless microphone systems and audio processing products are used daily in mission-critical applications by audio engineers familiar with the company's dedication to quality, customer service, and innovation. Lectrosonics offers products that are built to last.

The company makes a variety of wireless microphone transmitters and receivers, wireless IFB, diversity systems, multicouplers and adapters, digital wireless and digital encrypted products.

Lectrosonics also makes audio processing gear. Aspen offers unlimited input expansion. It is TCP/IP Ethernet addressable, seamless auto-mixing with PGA, a 48-channel mix bus with full output matrixing, simultaneous multi-point 3rd party and native control, and Ultra-low 1.33 ms near-side latency for real-time audio. This array of features and technology is not found in any other system.

The company also makes the PA8 eight channel power amplifier rated at 10 watts/channel.