Amsterdam, Netherlands (February 2, 2017)—beyerdynamic has introduced a new version of its 24-bit TG 1000 Wireless System featuring its dual receiver equipped with a Dante network interface via RJ45 connector with status LEDs on its rear panel. As such, the TG 1000 receiver offers both analog and digital output, the latter of which is ready for the flourishing Dante AoIP protocol by Audinate.
Features of the German-made beyerdynamic TG 1000 include switching bandwidth of 319 MHz in the UHF range (470 – 789 MHz); high-contrast OLED UI display; one button navigation; beyerdynamic’s own Chameleon software; optional proprietary encryption; and an impressive 2.1ms transmitter-to-receiver total latency. Up to six dual receivers can be cascaded without the need for external antenna splitters. In optimal environmental conditions, the TG 1000’s transition range can reach up to 984 feet.
beyerdynamic offers a comprehensive assortment of capsules for the TG 1000 handheld transmitter; in addition to various dynamic and condenser capsules, offerings also include the beyerdynamic TG V90w ribbon module. Further, the TG MM1w interchangeable capsule can be used in combination with the TG 1000 handheld transmitter for system calibration purposes. Lavalier, neckworn and earhook microphones are available for use with the TG 1000 beltpack transmitter as well as beyerdynamic Touring Gear instrument microphones.
The TG 1000 wireless system with Dante interface will be available for purchase from authorized beyerdynamic dealers beginning in May of this year.