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Sennheiser AVX-835S Digital Handheld Microphone Transmitter (CH 8: 1920 to 1930 MHz)

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The SKM AVX-835S is the handheld transmitter for the AVX digital wireless microphone system. (Mfr # AVX-835S)

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Features

The Sennheiser SKM AVX-835 handheld transmitter for the AVX system is fully self configuring which makes the setup of radio frequencies a thing of the past. The AVX matches perfectely to your camera's input sensitivity without having to adjust the audio level on the microphone. The mute switch on the handheld transmitter gives you full controll during your interview.

Key Features

  • Very fast setup
  • Plugs directely into XLR audio input
  • Ultra compact receiver
  • Switches on/off by P48 Phantom power
  • Optimized dynamic range
  • Auto frequency management
  • AES 256 encryption
  • License free
  • Mute switch
  • Metal housing
  • Made in Germany

Specifications

Operating Frequency Band 1880 - 1930 MHz (Country specific)
Weight Receiver: 87 g (incl energy pack)
Frequency Response 20 Hz - 20000 Hz
Battery Li-Ion 3,7 V DC > 120 dB(A)
Audio Input 3,5 mm mini jack
Operating Temperature -10 °C - + 55°C
Modulation GFSK
Operating time > 4h (Receiver), typ 15 h (Transmitter with LiIon energy pack)
Audio Output XLR

Item Includes

  • Handheld transmitter
  • MMD 835 microphone head
  • Energy pack
  • Microphone clamp
  • Pouch
  • Standard Manufacturer's Warranty

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