Pompton Plains, NJ (May 4, 2009)–Zaxcom’s new environmentally friendly TRX992 is a professional wireless audio transceiver designed specifically for boom pole and sports applications.
Within a single compact unit, the TRX992, according to the company, performs the functions of an audio transmitter, monitor return receiver, backup recorder and phantom power supply. The TRX992 is reportedly a 100 percent digital transmission system optimized for boom mic operators working on motion picture and television productions.
The TRX992’s transceiver features patent-pending internal recording that backs up all transmissions to guard against lost audio files. Users can record up to 24 hours of audio to a removable mini or microSD card using the TRX992. The system features a user-selectable power output, ranging from 10 mW to 100 mW. Audio dynamic range is 106 dB, making it sound like a hard-wired microphone.
Operating from a VPX rechargeable battery system, the TRX992 reportedly holds roughly twice the energy of today’s lithium packs and supporting more than 500 recharges.