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(1) EM9046 System Unit (with 8 x Digital Receiver Module, 1 Analog and 1 Digital Output Module)
(2) Directional Antenna
(4) A1-A4 (Handheld Transmitters)
(4) A5-A8 (Handheld Transmitter)
(2) A1-A4 (Beltpack transmitter)
(2) A5-A8 (Beltpack transmitter)
(4) MD9235 Microphone Capsule
(2) KK205 Microphone Capsule
(2) ME9004 Microphone Capsule
Complete with antenna cables, batteries, battery charging station
The new EM 9046 multichannel receiver is destined to become the reference standard throughout the broadcast and theatre production industries, like the legendary EM 1046 that came before.
The EM 9046 incorporates up to 8 digital receiving channels, each with 328 MHz of switching bandwidth covering the UHF spectrum from 470 to 798 MHz. A highly intuitive, icon-based user interface provides a complete system overview via a large TFT display. Designed for maximum spectral efficiency, the EM 9046 can safely accommodate as many as 40 channels within a 24 MHz frequency window. Complex intermodulation calculations are no longer necessary - operating frequencies can now be evenly spaced.
A broad variety of connection options allow for easy integration into existing audio and IT infrastructure. Receiver modules can also be exchanged for upgrade and maintenance, making DIGITAL 9000 a future-proof investment.
Fast setup and easy operation with an excellent system overview
8-channel modular receiver system tuneable between 470 and 798 MHz
Automatic compensation of RF Cable loss
Antenna loop-through to cascade up to 4 system units
Built-in graphical spectrum analyzer and RF level recorder
Analog and AES 3 output modules with a signal split of up to 1:6
Uncompressed digital audio transmission
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