Audio-Technica Releases Fourth-Generation 3000 Series Wireless Microphone System

Audio-Technica has released its latest 3000 Series wireless system, a frequency-agile true diversity UHF Wireless System that aids user operation within the congested UHF spectrum.

Audio-Technica 3000 Series systems have an operating range of 300-feet and are available in two frequency bands – DE2 (470–530 MHz) and EE1 (530–590 MHz). Each provides a 60 MHz tuning range, which is more than twice that offered by the previous 3000 Series models.

Frequencies can be scanned and selected on the receiver and then synced with the transmitter via IR sync functionality. The 3000 Series allows users to set a backup frequency that can be swapped by pressing the transmitter’s multifunction button in the event of unexpected interference.

Auto Squelch feature automatically adjusts squelch setting to maximize range while minimizing potential interference. The handheld transmitter offers low handling noise and includes a thread mount for use with six interchangeable A-T microphone capsules, as well as other compatible capsules.

A new rugged cH-style connector on body-pack transmitter provides secure connection to lavalier mics, headworn mics and cables with cH-style screw-down four-pin connector.

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