DPA Microphones clocks up its quarter century this year and is marking the milestone by issuing special editions of selected mics, backed up with a series of international events featuring leading users of the brand. The first limited edition kit features the d:facto 4018V vocal mic, while the Get
Dramatic changes in the allocation and availability of radio frequencies over the last 10 years have made broadcast production more problematic, particularly as most programmes today rely on wireless microphones and in-ear monitoring systems. In response to this leading radio mic manufacturers have developed new products that use what little spectrum
Radio system and location recorder developer Zaxcom recently added a new rack-mount receiver to its wireless digital recording range. The RX-12R was seen during last month’s NAB Show and is aimed at both studio and network uses.
Wireless microphone transmitters have been getting smaller over the last ten years and Zaxcom will be at the 2017 NAB Show with its latest miniaturised offering. The ZMT3 is based on the company’s ZHD (Zaxcom High Density) modulation technology, which enables at total of ten channels to operate in a
Despite increasing constraints on available frequency spectrum, broadcast productions continue to demand more microphones to be used wirelessly. DPA is known for its lavalier mics being used in wireless mode for TV production and live sound applications such as theatre but the manufacturer has introduced new technology to allow other
Wisycom is ready to debut its MAT244 Programmable RF Diversity Reception Matrix Combiner at 2017 NAB Show. Also on display in the Wisycom exhibit will be the MPR50-IEM and other well-known Wisycom gear.
New users of wireless microphones will quickly find they are far more convenient than wired systems. But users also learn there are far more things that can go wrong with wireless systems. Here are some basic rules to stay out of trouble.