Sennheiser EK1038 - Tourguide

175.56 

This outstanding rugged receiver was especially developed for tour guide applications. The UHF transmission which ensures safe operation on stage provides excellent transmission for guided tours also. The receiver handling is easy and intuitive. The handy volume control operates as on/off switch. Channels can be changed with a single keystroke on the up/down key. The backlit display shows clearly the selected channel. In order to prevent faulty operation the channel selector keys can be locked by the "LOCK" function.

SENNHEISER EK 1038 FEATURES
16 pre set channels in range 830 - 866 MHz (Channel 1-4 in European ISM band
863-865 MHz)
Tune-function for customer specific channel configuration
Number of active channels can be set from 1-20
Backlit display (lights up when a button is pushed)
Lock function avoids accidental changing of settings
4-step battery status display
Limiter function, reduces maximal headphone volume
Squelch for interference free operation
Absolutely reliable transmission
Rugged metal housing
Contacts for recharging the BA 2015 rechargeable battery pack directly in the receiver
Belt clip

SENNHEISER EK 1038 SPECIFATIONS
Switching bandwidth: 36 MHz
Modulation: FM
Receiving frequency: 863-865 MHz
Frequency response: 40 Hz - 15,000 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio: > 91 dB(A)
Adjacent channel rejection: > 70 dB
THD, total harmonic distortion: < 1%
Audio-XLR connector: 3,5 mm stereo jack-plug
Operating temperature: -10 degC - +55 degC
Weight incl. Accu: 185 g
Operating time (Accupack): approx. 6-10 h
Charging time: approx. 2.5 h
Dimensions: 82 x 64 x 24 mm

SENNHEISER EK 1038 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 Receiver EK 1038 incl. rechargeable battery pack BA 2015


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  Wednesday 25 April 2018       


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