Farmingdale, NY (May 10, 2006)–beyerdynamic has premiered its Opus 300, 500 and 800 ranges of wireless systems. According to the company, the Opus wireless systems were developed to handle challenging touring and installation applications while consistently delivering “superior sound.”
Opus 800 components consist of the NE 800 C plug-in receiver and the Opus 800 rack unit, which can accommodate up to four NE 800 modules; the SDM 860 and SDM 869 handheld dynamic transmitters and SDM 860 M dynamic metal transmitter; the SEM 881 handheld condenser transmitter; and the TS 800 pocket transmitter and TS 800 M metal pocket transmitter.
The Opus 500 series is based on the modular Opus 800 system, featuring the AutoScan/ACT function that allows even the most complicated system setups to be easily and quickly programmed onsite. The Opus 560, 569 and 581 are vocal sets comprised of receiver and handheld transmitter. The Opus 554 is a neck-worn set featuring a receiver, pocket transmitter and neck-worn microphone. The Opus 550 is a musical/moderator set comprised of receiver, transmitter and lavaliere microphone, and the Opus 500 is a guitar set featuring a receiver, pocket transmitter and instrument cable.
The Opus 300 range is available in six different sets. The 360, 369 and 381 are vocal sets comprised of a receiver and handheld transmitter. The Opus 354 is a neck-worn set consisting of receiver, pocket transmitter and neck-worn microphone. The Opus 350 is a moderator set, comprising a receiver, pocket transmitter and lavaliere microphone, while the Opus 300 is a guitar set featuring receiver, pocket transmitter and instrument cable.