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Northridge, CA (May 4, 2011)--Harman has launched AKG's DMS 700 v2 digital wireless microphone system.

Northridge, CA (May 4, 2011)–Harman has launched AKG’s DMS 700 v2 digital wireless microphone system.

With a 512-bit encryption, 3.5 latency and a new DPT700 bodypack, DMS 700 v2 aims to improve link quality and increase the working range of transmitters and receivers to allow for more freedom in arranging anything from lecture halls in universities to houses of worship; live performances on tour to broadcast operations.

Users with the original DMS 700 wireless system can update their units through a software and hardware upgrade. The free software update includes the 512-bit encryption, AES EBU output and 0.5 ms improved latency, link quality and range improvements and output gain menu with a bar graph and ability to deactivate auto-lock. The hardware upgrade ups the latency analog output by 1 ms, increases the DPT 700 microphone input gain 0, +10 and +20 dB and increases headphone output level 24 dB.

“Harman’s AKG DMS 700 v2 is the next step in our pursuit of the perfect, flawless audio signal transmission,” stated Wolfgang Fritz, product-marketing manager, tour sound, AKG. “V2 offers the audio professional ease of use, quick setup and reliable operation in this demanding industry, even in the most challenging environments. We are happy to offer our dedicated artists the DMS 700 V2 so their audiences receive nothing but the best, clearest sound.”