Sennheiser EM3532-U - 3000 Series RF Wireless Systems

£2709.77 

The EM 3532-U consists of two complete true diversity receivers with tunable receiving frequencies in the UHF band. Due to its high level of operational reliability, menu-assisted operation and flexibility, this receiver is especially suitable for demanding theatreand broadcast applications.

SENNHEISER EM 3532-U FEATURES
• Two 32-channel true diversity receivers, 19", 1 U
• Integral antenna splitter, 2 x 1 : 2
• Tunable receiving frequencies
• Scan function (transmitter search tuning)
• "HiDyn plus" noise reduction system
• DC socket
• Suitable for multi-channel applications
• Remote-controllable via PC with S-MCD software

SENNHEISER EM 3532-U SPECIFATIONS
RF frequency range: 450-960 MHz
Switching bandwidth: 24 MHz
Modulation: FM
Nominal deviation: +/- 40 kHz
Peak deviation: +/- 56 kHz
Squelch threshold: 0-100 uV
Compander: HiDyn plus
RF input: 2 BNC / 50 Ohm
Audio-output-level: max. 18 dBu
Headphone output level: max. 12 dBu
Output impedance: < = 50 Ohm
Power supply: 115 / 230 V AC, 11,3-18 V DC / 0,8 A
Housing: 19", 1 HE
Dimensions: 436 x 43 x 215 mm
Weight: ca. 4 kg
In compliance with: ETS 300 422 und 300 445

SENNHEISER EM 3532-U PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 EM 3532 receiver, 2 telescopic antenn , 1 mains cable,
19" rack mount ears


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