Audio Limited Introduces A10 Digital Wireless Mic System

Audio Limited has announced the A10 Digital Wireless Microphone System, a new product designed for RF hostile environments in a wide range of production applications.

A10 Receiver

A10 Receiver

Audio Limited said the new system consists of the A10-TX Digital Bodypack Transmitter and the portable A10-RX Digital Two-Channel True Diversity Receiver. The A10 technology is a wireless link with full 20 kHz audio bandwidth, high dynamic range, ultra-low distortion and two millisecond end-to-end delay.

The A10 operates in the 470 MHz to 694 MHz UHF band (frequency ranges are country-dependent). Because of its spectrally efficient digital modulation, up to twenty A10 Digital Wireless Systems can simultaneously operate in a single 8 MHz TV channel without compromising RF range, audio quality or latency.

The A10-TX Transmitter offers a low-noise preamplifier with its three-pin LEMO input that accepts balanced or unbalanced microphones, line-level signals and provides 48V or 12V phantom power. It also features an excellent analog limiter and low-cut filters.

The transmitter also includes an integrated digital audio recorder and timecode generator. The unit records timecode-stamped audio to removable microSD cards. External timecode can be jam synced to the A10-TX through the LEMO input connector and the A10 will maintain timecode even during battery changes.

The A10 Remote App is a free iOS and Android app that offers remote control of the A10-TX transmitter from an iOS or Android device. Key functions, including input gain, transmitter power, low cut filter, start/stop record and transmitter frequency, can be remotely controlled over the Bluetooth Smart connection.

The Audio Ltd. A10 Digital Wireless System is expected to ship this fall.

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