Sennheiser and Neumann will highlight Sennheiser’s entry-level 2.4GHz XS Wireless Digital mic systems for DSLR/DSLM audio; the professional SK 6212 UHF mini-bodypack transmitter and EK 6042 camera receiver for location and studio work. They will also show the Neumann KH 750 DSP subwoofer and NDH 20 studio headphones for critical monitoring applications.
At IBC, Sennheiser will display a wide choice of wireless microphone systems, including the XSW-D, AVX, evolution wireless and Digital 6000 and Digital 9000 systems. These provide wireless transmission in various frequency ranges – 2.4GHz, 1.9GHz and UHF – for both prosumer and professional use.
Wired on-camera microphones include the MKE series and the MKH 8060 and MKH 416 shotgun microphones as well as Neumann KMR 81 i and KMR 82 i.
Neumann’s NDH 20 headphones are joined by Sennheiser’s HD 25 as well as the HD/HMD 300 series headphones and headsets for the production studio and ENG work.
Also to be shown are Neumann’s studio monitors. These can be experienced in a stereo set-up in two configurations: two KH 80 DSP monitoring loudspeakers with a KH 750 DSP subwoofer, and two KH 310 monitoring speakers with a KH 750 DSP.
Neumann studio microphones on show will include the BCM 104, KM 184, TLM 103 and the U 67.
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