Sennheiser EK3053-U - 3050 Monitoring Systems

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The EK 3053-U is a rugged stereo pocket receiver designed for receiving signals transmitted by the SR 3054-U and SR 3056-U transmitters. Its small size allows complete freedom of movement. 16 switchable UHF receiving frequencies ensure high flexiblility andoptimum reception.

SENNHEISER EK 3053-U FEATURES
Rugged stereo pocket receiver
16 switchable receiving frequencies, PLL-controlled
"HiDyn stage" noise reduction system
LEDs for RF signal and "operation"/"LowBatt"
indication
FOCUS function for individual audio mix
Extremely reliable antenna socket (special Lemo)

SENNHEISER EK 3053-U SPECIFATIONS
Transmission/receiving frequencies: 16
RF frequency range: 450.....960 MHz
Schaltbandbreite: 24 MHz
Modulation: FM, stereo
Nominal deviation: +/- 40 kHz
Peak deviation: +/- 56 kHz
Squelch: 0-100 uV
Sensitivity as per 121 TR 9-5: < = 2 uV (mono), < = 10 uV (stereo)
Compander: HiDyn stage
Stereo-Channel separation: > = 45 dB
Audio-Output-Power: 2 x 100 mW (16 Ohm, min. 2 x 8 Ohm)
Powering: 1 x 9-V-Battery PP3 (IEC 6 LR 61)
Operating time (Battery): 5 h
Operating time (Accupack): < = 2 h
Dimensions: 108 x 65 x 23 mm
Weight: 236 g
In compliance with: ETS 300 422, ETS 300 455

SENNHEISER EK 3053-U PACKAGE INCLUDES
K 3053-U stereo receiver with antenna,
1 attachment clip, 9 V PP3 battery


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  Wednesday 21 August 2019       


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