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AKG Debuts DMS Wireless Systems

New wireless series includes security encryption features.

Las Vegas, NV (January 11, 2019)—AKG unveiled its new DMS100 and DMS300 professional digital wireless systems at CES this week. The systems are intended for use in performing musicians, presentations, HOW and so forth, and will become available in Q2, 2019.

The eight-channel DMS300 and four-channel DMS100 offer 2.4GHz operation and are each available in two configurations—an AKG handheld microphone or an instrument- or headset-ready body pack.

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All four versions include 24-bit/48 kHz uncompressed audio coding and signal security provided by AES 256-bit encryption.

The DMS systems offer push-button channel pairing and color-coding, and provide adaptive channel selection for locating available wireless channels.The eight-channel DMS300 features a high-resolution front-panel LCD screen to aid setup, monitoring and control. Up to four DMS100 and up to eight DMS300 systems can be synced and used simultaneously.

The handheld transmitter and body pack on DMS systems provide 24-bit, 48kHz resolution and a linear frequency response. The body pack is instrument ready or can be used with optional AKG headsets or clip-on mics.


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