Old Lyme, CT (April 13, 2006)–Sennheiser will introduce the NET 1 Network System, which acts as a hub for up to 10 Sennheiser wireless systems, at NAB 2006 in Las Vegas, April 22-27. The new NET 1 coordinates and automatically configures frequencies for all connected components and portable units through wireless sync on the front panel.
The Sennheiser NET 1 Network SystemSennheiser’s NET 1 Network System offers standalone operation via an intuitive front-panel interface or connection via Ethernet to a PC for comprehensive control of frequency coordination and all parameters vital to the operation of multichannel RF systems.
The unit offers frequency scanning and automatic frequency coordination of all connected components, with wireless synchronization to transmitters and wireless monitor receivers from the front panel, and real-time monitoring of frequencies, RF level, AF level and battery telemetry. Software may be updated via the internet.
This new tool is compatible with Sennheiser’s range of evolution wireless G2 300 and 500 series, 300 series wireless monitors, EM 3532-U receivers, and the new SKM 5200-UHF handheld and SK 5212 body-pack transmitters. The 19-inch rackmounting NET 1, which features an integrated power supply, accommodates up to 10 rackmountable receivers or wireless monitor transmitters. Rear-panel connectivity includes 10 RJ-11 inputs for G2 components, 10 SUB-D inputs for EM 3532-U receivers and an Ethernet connection for computer control. Multiple NET 1 systems may be cascaded for large multichannel applications.
The Sennheiser NET 1 Network System, available June 2006, will retail for $1,399.