This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this LD Systems U308 IEM In Ear Monitoring System. This will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this U308 IEM In Ear Monitoring System.
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Reliable and versatile operation Thorough visual monitoring on the bodypack receiver means you can check on the channel stereo mode and battery status all during your performance. A run time of up to 10 hours with strong batteries and a range of 100 meters mean live in ear monitoring with a U308 IEM really couldnt be easier. A 19 rack ear set is also included to put the transmitter in your racks. 823 – 832MHz and 863 – 865MHz wireless bands The 863 – 865MHz band is license free across most of Europe ideal for any small scale application such as bands or public speakers who just need one channel without paying a license fee. For larger organisations or applications where a license may be required for insurance or other monitoring purposes licenses for the 823 – 832 MHz band are available from local authorities in many countries. Please see the attached PDFs for further licensing information. In every case this information acts only as a guide. Please contact your local licensing authority if you require a license or further information on licensing in your area. Features Up to 10 hours of run time from a good quality set of AA batteries Over 100 meter range – perfect for very large venues or outdoor spaces High sound quality with less than 0.5% total harmonic distortion Specifications Product type: In-ear Monitoring Type: Set Transmission frequency range: 823 – 832 MHz 863 – 865 MHz Weight: 1.51 kg LD Systems U308 IEM T Transmitter Product type: In-ear Monitoring Accessories Type: Transmitters Channels: 12 Frequency response: 50 – 16000 Hz Modes of operation: mono/stereo Transmission method: FM mono/stereo Rated HF output power: 10 mW THD: <0.5% Signal-to-noise ratio: 90 dB Dynamic range: 88 dB Antenna connector: BNC Inputs: 2 Controls: input level Mono/stereo switch Power On/Off Input connectors: 6.3 mm jack XLR Weight: 0.66 kg Input impedance: 8.5 kOhm Indicators: LC display Input sensitivity: -4.5 dbu Operating voltage: 12 – 18 V DC Width: 212 mm Height: 43 mm Depth: 123 mm Power consumption: 1.7 W Accessories (included): 19 Rack mount kit BNC-Antenna Power supply LD Systems U308 IEM R Receiver Type: Receivers THD: 0.25% Audio output: 3.5 mm TRS Minimum connected impedance: 16 Ohm(s) Max. audio output level: 100 (at 16 Ohms load capacity) mW 73 (at 33 Ohms load capacity) mW Antenna connector: Fixed to housing Controls: Channel down Channel up on/off switch volume control Weight: 0.085 kg Indicators: RF (LED) Operating voltage: 2 x 1.5 V AA Operating time: <10 Std. Width: 64 mm Height: 103 mm Depth: 24 mm Features: battery status LED incl. batteries
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