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EM 3032

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The EM 3032 consists of two complete true diversity receivers in a single 19" 1 U rack housing.32 programmable receiving frequencies per receiver ensure flexible channel selection andmake this receiver an ideal choice for OB applications or for use in shows.
Also Known As: Used 3032, Used EM 3032

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Used EM 3032 For Sale

Package of (1) EM3032 and (2) SK50 in great condition.

$1,546 USD
€1.191 EUR
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Quantity:
3
Year:
2000
Normal Wear & Tear

30 Day
Warranty
From installation. Low usage. Perfect working order.

$1,612 USD
€1.242 EUR
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Quantity:
1
Year:
2006
Excellent / Few Scratches

14 Day
Warranty
EM 3032 in great condition.

$2,418 USD
€1.863 EUR
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Quantity:
1
Year:
2006
Excellent / Few Scratches

60 Day
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EM 3032 Wireless Communication System

The EM 3032 consists of two complete true diversity receivers in a single 19" 1 U rack housing.
32 programmable receiving frequencies per receiver ensure flexible channel selection and
make this receiver an ideal choice for OB applications or for use in shows.
Sennheiser

Sennheiser Wireless Communication System

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