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Sennheiser EW300IEMG3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System

Sennheiser EW300IEMG3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System

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600 MHz Wireless Trade-in promotion! Buy a new EW 300 wireless system, trade in your obsolete system, and get $150 per set in your pocket. Hurry, this offer ends December 31, 2017!

Hear better, perform better. Sennheiser monitoring systems are trusted by professionals worldwide and now are better than ever. Featuring an adaptive-diversity receiver, the receiver pack uses the headphone cable as a secondary antenna for flawless reception. Ear-canal phones, with various ear-fitting pads for an individual fit, reproduce the signal from the adaptive diversity receiver precisely and faithfully. Pass-through outputs allow easy splitting of the input signal to travel to other devices. Lastly, the entire set can be monitored and remotely controlled with Sennheiser's "Wireless Systems Manager" software due to the built-in Ethernet port on the stereo transmitter.

  • Sturdy metal housing (transmitter and receiver)
  • 42 MHz bandwidth: 1680 tunable UHF frequencies for interference-free reception
  • Enhanced frequency bank system with up to 16 compatible frequencies
  • Ethernet port for connecting to the Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software for control via computer - this delivers a good overview of monitoring and professional data management for multi-channel systems
  • Adaptive diversity for high reception quality
  • Pilot tone squelch for eliminating RF interference when transmitter is turned off
  • Automatic frequency scan feature searches for available frequencies
  • Enhanced AF frequency range
  • Increased range for audio sensitivity
  • Wireless synchronization of receiver parameter from transmitter
  • User-friendly menu operation with more control options
  • Illuminated graphic display
  • Auto-Lock function avoids accidental changing of settings
  • HDX compander for crystal-clear sound
  • Receiver feature battery indicatation in 4 steps
  • Mute function for transmitter
  • HiBoost, adjustable limiter, stereo/focus mode, balance in receiver
  • Contacts for recharging the optional BA 2015 accupack directly in the receiver
  • Wide range of accessories adapts the system to any requirement
  • Compander: HDX
  • Audio-XLR connector: 2 x XLR-3 jack
  • Presets: 16
  • Frequency response: 25 - 15000 Hz
  • THD, total harmonic distortion: < 0,9 %
  • Signal-to-noise ratio: > 90 dB(A)
  • RF frequency range: 516...865 MHz
  • RF output power: 10/30 mW
  • Transmission/receiving frequencies: 1680
  • Switching bandwidth: 42 MHz
  • Peak deviation: +/- 48 kHz
  • In compliance with: ETS 300422, ETS 300445, CE, FCC
  • Operating time: 4 - 6 h
  • Modulation: FM, MPX-stereo
  • Antenna connector: BNC
  • Headphone connector: > 100mW (32 ohms)
  • Input voltage range: + 22 dBu max
  • Audio-Output-Power: 100 mW (32 ohms)
  • Operating voltage (stand alone): 12 V DC nom.
  • Transmitter
    • Dimensions: 212 x 202 x 43 mm
    • Weight: 1100 g
  • Receivers
    • Dimensions: 82 x 64 x 24 mm
    • Weight: ~ 160 g
  • 1 SR 300 G3 stereo transmitter
  • 1 EK 300 G3 stereo diversity receiver
  • 1 IE 4 earphones
  • 1 GA 3 rack mount
  • 1 NT 2 power supply unit
  • 1 antenna
  • 2 AA size batteries
  • Operating instructions

Good news! According to the FCC, "the 600MHz band auction, which began last spring, is finally coming to a long awaited conclusion. After 3 failed rounds, round 4 has met the required conditions for a successful end. This round offered 84MHz of spectrum to the wireless carriers and other interested parties and will result in the loss of TV channels 38-51, (614-698 MHz). Remember that TV channel 37 was, and will continue to be, off limits for wireless mics, so the remaining usable bands will be UHF channels 14-36."

Once the bidding concludes (expected to happen by the end of January), the FCC is faced with the task of reassigning the existing TV stations in the upper 600MHz spectrum to new channels be low 608MHz in a process called "repacking." For the time being, we know how much spectrum is to remain, but we can't predict what the exact channel lineup your city or town is going to look like. Once the FCC publishes the final channel reassignment notice, this will triggera 39-month time period after which all wireless microphone operation above 614MHz must cease.

As for the legal talk.....

FCC Consumer Alert
Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC's wireless microphone website.

All this being said, if you are planning on purchasing or have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

-Tim LaPrade, Account Manager, ProAudio.com

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