Electro-Voice Announces the RE3 UHF Wireless Microphone System 

Electro-Voice has introduced the RE3, a user-friendly wireless microphone with state-of-the-art technology and roadworthy construction.

Electro-Voice said the RE3’s receivers and transmitters are available in ten pre-packaged sets, configured to cover a wide range of performance and presentation applications. Sets contain one 1/2-rack-space diversity receiver with antennas, universal power supply, rack mount kit, transmitter, batteries and an input device.

The RE3 portfolio also contains an assortment of accessories to aid in the creation of large, multi-channel systems. The RE3’s UHF design with clear frequency scanning makes multi-system wireless operation fast and simple to implement. The RE3 handheld mic combines robust aluminum build quality with a sleek profile.

Five handheld system sets are available with a choice of interchangeable mic capsules: ND76, ND86, ND96 (dynamic) and the new RE420 and RE520 (condenser). These capsules can be purchased separately.

The compact RE3 bodypack features cast magnesium construction for maximum durability. Five bodypack system sets are available for instrument and lavalier/head-worn microphone applications: OL3, CL3 (lavalier), HW3 (head-worn), GC3 (instrument cable) and one bodypack-only system. All RE3 transmitters offer excellent battery life and run on regular alkaline or rechargeable AA cells.

The RE3 operates on three bandwidths for the North American market, chosen to minimize the complexities of today’s challenging RF environments. These include two 36 MHz-wide bands in the low and high 500 MHz spectrum, as well as one strategically chosen to operate within the 600 MHz duplex gap which the FCC has dedicated for wireless microphone use. 

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