Stow, OH (May 24, 2018)—Alteros has unveiled two new handheld transmitters—the GTX24-HHP and GTX24-HHB—for its GTX Series L.A.W.N. Ultra-Wideband wireless microphone system.
The GTX Series L.A.W.N. (Local Area Wireless mic Network) UWB system is a fully digital 6.5 GHz solution that supports unlimited repeat deployment (studio-to-studio and location-to-location) of 24 simultaneous uncompanded 48 kHz/24-bit audio channels in any indoor or outdoor broadcast or performance environment.
The GTX24-HHP “performer” version wireless handheld mic is intended for live performance applications and accepts thread-on microphone capsules using a 1.25"/28 thread pitch, allowing the performer to select the preferred microphone sound and performance from various manufacturers,.
Meanwhile, the GTX24-HHB “broadcaster” version wireless handheld mic includes additional features such as a dedicated “flag mount” section and incorporated “talkback button.” The GTX24-HHB also incorporates interchangeable microphone capsule mounts.
Available this summer, the handhelds will round out the Alteros GTX L.A.W.N system. The GTX Series system is currently available with three key components: the GTX3224 control unit, GTX24 body-pack transmitter and GTX32 transceiver.
The GTX24-HHP (performer handheld) and GTX24-HHB (broadcast handheld) transmitters will be available in Q3 of 2018. No additional filters, combiners or distribution amplifiers are required.
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