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New Audix Wireless Mics Debut

Audix has unveiled its Performance Series wireless system, consisting of the 40 Series and 60 Series.

Wilsonville, OR (February 9, 2016)—Audix has unveiled its Performance Series wireless system, consisting of the 40 Series and 60 Series.

The system offers Scan and Sync capability, scanning for and choosing an open frequency within 5-20 seconds, depending on the intensity of other wireless frequencies in the area. Once the frequency is selected, the user holds the transmitter next to the Sync light on the receiver and the transmitter locks to the receiver.

Both series are packaged in metal housing, and their respective handheld and bodypack transmitters are both 64 MHz in frequency spectrum, so all the transmitters will work with both receivers. The 40 Series is a diversity system with 32 MHz of spectrum, providing 106 pre-coordinated frequencies available that will take into account the region and number of other systems in use. A total of eight systems (conservatively) can be used simultaneously. Dual channel systems are also available featuring an internal antenna combiner allowing the system to operate on one set of common antennas and one power supply.

The 60 Series is a dual-channel system with true diversity receivers and 64 MHz of extended spectrum. There are 207 pre-coordinated frequencies available for auto scan and sync purposes. In addition, there are 2,560 individual frequencies available for manual tuning. A total of 16 systems (conservatively) can be used simultaneously. Like the 40 Series, dual channel models are available for the 60 Series.

The Audix Performance Series offers four dual channel systems that can be combined to operate on one antenna distribution system (Model ADS48), thus eight channels of wireless may be operated on one set of antennas and one power supply.

Both editions feature a 300-foot operating range; choice of 10 or 40 milliwatt power setting; 21 dB of level settings at the receiver and an additional 12 dB of gain control at the transmitter; interchangeable capsules for the OM Series and VX5 vocal mics; and use AA batteries with 10 hours minimum run time.