Alteros Adds Handheld Transmitters to GTX Series L.A.W.N. Wireless Microphone System

Alteros has introduced two new handheld transmitters: the GTX24-HHP (performer handheld) and GTX24-HHB (broadcast handheld), along with a remote and network control platform for its GTX Series L.A.W.N. (Local Area Wireless mic Network) Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Wireless Microphone System. 

Alteros, an Audio-Technica company, said GTX Series L.A.W.N. UWB system is a broadcast/live performance solution that offers immunity to radio frequency spectrum regulatory changes, bandwidth loss and channel crowding. The GTX L.A.W.N. UWB system is a digital 6.5 GHz solution that has proven to provide superior-quality, interference-free performance in even the most demanding live broadcast settings.

The L.A.W.N. sets up without the need for frequency coordination, database registration, licenses or support equipment. The system supports repeat deployment (studio-to-studio and location-to-location) of 24 simultaneous, low-latency (< 3ms), uncompanded 48 kHz/24-bit audio channels in any indoor or outdoor broadcast or performance environment.

The latest additions joining the line include the GTX24-HHP (performer handheld) and GTX24-HHB (broadcast handheld) microphone transmitters. The GTX24-HHP “performer” version wireless handheld mic is intended for live performance applications and features a lightweight, comfortable design which accepts popular thread-on microphone capsules using a 1.25"/28 thread pitch, allowing the performer to select the preferred microphone sound and performance from a wide range of manufacturers, including the new selection of Audio-Technica capsules.

The GTX24-HHB “broadcaster” version wireless handheld mic includes additional features such as a dedicated “flag mount” section and incorporated “talkback button.” The GTX24-HHB also incorporates interchangeable microphone capsule mounts, allowing for maximum flexibility in sound and performance. Available this summer, the GTX24-HHP (performer) and GTX24-HHB (broadcast) handhelds will round out the Alteros GTX L.A.W.N system, making this wireless microphone system the ultimate in performance and flexibility.

Also new is a sophisticated network and control platform that makes it simple to set up and operate this advanced professional wireless system. 

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