WMS 4000 Wireless Receiver and Beltpack transmitters in good condition, previously used on tours.
|Condition||Normal Wear & Tear|
Previously used on tours. Cleaned, maintained, and tested by authorized technicians.
Frequency range TVch 69: 854-862MHz
Frequency range 854MHz-862MHz
No longer usable in most of Europe.
(1) Receiver SR4000
(1) Transmitter ( belt packs PT4000)
(1) Flag-antenna SRA 2
(1) Omni antenna RA 400B/W
(1) PSU4000 Power Supply Unit
(1) PS40000 Antenna splitter
(2) Passive antennas
Complete wireless networkable Solution for touring and installations; maximum performance in an ultra-compact design.
Integration into a HiQnet system with optional HUB4000 Q.
The WMS 4000 is probably the most advanced and innovative Professional Wireless system available today. It is based on intensive R&D and has been thoroughly tested under real-life conditions before being released for production.
The result is a number of useful features including an advanced backlit display on the transmitters and the receiver, remaining battery life readout, silent mode, pilot tone status data transmission, environment scan and rehearsal functions, auto setup frequency search, and many other functions that make the WMS 4000 extremely user-friendly.
HiQnet - System Architect
With the optional HUB 4000 Q, AKG wireless systems can be integrated into a HiQnet system. The wireless system can be remote-controlled and monitored with the Harman control software System Architect (from a PC), the AKG Wireless iPhone App (from an iPhone/iPod touch/iPad) or VM2 (from a Soundcraft Vi mixing console). The setup and configuration of the frequency management of a multichannel wireless system is incredibly easy within the System Architect with tools like 1 Click Setup, RF Monitor, Device Manager and Environment Scan.
AKG stands for "Akustische u. Kino-Geraete Gesellschaft m.b.H." (i.e. Acoustic and Cinema Equipment). In 1997 the name changed into AKG Acoustics GmbH.. AKG Acoustics is widely recognized as the most innovative manufacturer of microphones, wireless systems and headphones in the world. Since its founding in Vienna, Austria in 1947, the company has been granted over 1,500 patentsâ??more than all of its competitors combined.
Wireless communication systems help individuals transfer important info amongst two or more points without actually being connected to each other. There devices such as a wireless headset and wireless receiver are long range communicating apparatuses that would be impossible to use with wires. Situations where the use of a wireless communication system is crucial are to link several transportable impermanent work areas, digitally connect users to networks, and backup a wireless communication network in case it fails. The distance between one wireless comm system device and another one can be as little as a few metres or as far as a millions of kilometres. Some examples of how these devices are often used are as two-way radios, remote control devices and modulated laser light systems. A wireless transmitter works with other wireless communication system devices by using radio frequencies, infrared communication and antennas to transfer information to a wireless receiver, which will then signal a device what to do. The wireless communication system differs in local coverage and availability. Some signals and satellites may not be able to provide you signal in certain areas. Therefore the performance and range of a wireless communication system should be thoroughly tested being used. Besides using no cords and wires, the majority of wireless communication instruments use point-to-point, broadcasting, wireless networks and cellular networks to receive and transfer info.