With the Sennheiser XSW 72 wireless instrument system band A, you will be able to move freely across the stage. Simply connect an instrument with line output to the bodypack and you are good to go!
Most guitarists will recognise this issue: you have found your own favourite sound and want to use it on stage. The problem with this is, that if you use a wireless set, the signal is usually too weak for perfection. This wireless set does not suffer from this problem, however: it provides a great signal.
Professionals have known for years that reducing the RF output power of a transmitter is very helpful when you are working with a great number of wireless systems simultaneously. This SK 500 G3 transmitter has that particular option.
Portable components always work best if the user doesn't have to pay any particular attention to the settings of the devices. With that in mind, Sennheiser have developed the EK 100 G3. A frequency (516 to 558 MHz).
This rugged G3 receiver is very well suited for on-the-road use, thanks to its reliability and flexibility. A frequency (516 to 558 MHz).
Your receiver is no good without a good transmitter. The SK 100 G3-1G8 transmitter by Sennheiser is full of the latest technology.
This powerful receiver is equipped with an Ethernet port for connecting to Sennheiser's Wireless System Manager software for PC monitoring and setup. B frequency (626 to 668 MHz).
That Sennheiser is a renowned name in the world of wireless systems is no news to most. The EM 100 G3-1G8 wireless receiver is, however!
The EM 500 of the Sennheiser G3 series is the receiver with the most features that the Evolution series has to offer. B frequency (626 to 668 MHz).