Sennheiser SR3056-U - 3050 Monitoring Systems


The SR 3056-U consists of two complete stereo transmitters with 16 switchable UHF transmission frequencies each. RF characteristics are the same as for a radiomicrophone, making multi-channel frequency selection easy. Its ease of use and excellent mechanicalstability make the SR 3056-U an ideal choice for use in large shows and for touring artists.

Stereo/mono selector switch
16 switchable transmission frequencies per transmitter, PLL-controlled
Switching bandwidth max. 24 MHz per transmitter
"HiDyn stage" noise reduction system
LC display for frequency, RF output power and deviation (2 x)
Suitable for multi-channel applications

RF output power: max. 100 mW
Transmission/receiving frequencies: 16
RF frequency range: 450.....960 MHz
Schaltbandbreite: 24 MHz
Modulation: FM, stereo
Nominal deviation: +/- 40 kHz
Peak deviation: +/- 56 kHz
Compander: HiDyn stage
RF output: BNC, 50 Ohm
Audio-XLR connector: 2 x XLR-Buchse, 3pol. + 4 dBu (1 kHz)
Headphone output level: 0-3 V
Source impedance: < = 10 Ohm
Powering: 115 / 230 V AC + 10 % /- 15 %
Housing: 19", 1 HE
Dimensions: 436 x 215 x 43 mm
Weight: 4 kg
Type approval number: A 133 924 K RF

R 3056-U twin transmitter, 2 antenn , 19" rack mount ears, 1 mains cable


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  Tuesday 20 March 2018       

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