Farmingdale, NY (June 12, 2017)—beyerdynamic is presenting the latest version of its Heilbronn, Germany-made TG 1000 digital wireless system at InfoComm 2017 in Orlando FL, booth 5775. This 24-bit dual receiver wireless microphone system now provides a Dante interface—an RJ45 connector bookended by status LEDs on the back of the receiver’s 1U chassis. The dual receiver’s analog audio output also comes with a digital option. Up to six dual receivers can be cascaded without the need for external antenna splitters.
The beyerdynamic TG 1000 system has a switching bandwidth of 319 MHz in the UHF range (470 – 789 MHz).
Key specifications of the TG 1000 package include a total latency from transmitter to receiver of 2.1 milliseconds; a transition range of up to 984 feet; and a comprehensive assortment of (optional) available capsules including dynamic and condenser variants as well as the TG V90w ribbon module.
Usefully, the TG MM1w interchangeable capsule can be used in combination with the TG 1000 handheld transmitter to calibrate public address systems in theatres, at live concerts and at festivals. Lavalier, neck worn and ear hook microphones are available for use with the TG 1000 belt pack transmitter; instrumentalists can utilize beyerdynamic’s Touring Gear instrument microphones with the system.