Sennheiser will highlight the new SK 6212 mini body pack transmitter, the latest XS Wireless Digital system, as well as its entire range of audio for video products, at this year’s Media Production Show from June 11-12, held at London Olympia.
The SK 6212 is part of Sennheiser’s award-winning Digital 6000 wireless microphone series and designed for multi-channel applications for broadcast, theatre and live audio. It offers a spectrum-efficient solution with rock-solid digital transmission and high-quality audio in a small package – it measures around 63 x 47 x 20 millimetres and weighs approx. 112g. This includes its rechargeable lithium-polymer battery, which has an operating time of 12 hours.
XS Wireless Digital provides videographers with an easy entry into wireless audio. Designed for DSLRs and video cameras, XSW-D enables wireless audio with a 2.4 GHz wireless link, which can be used worldwide without a license, so you can roam free with a range of four systems to choose from or select from individual components.
Sennheiser has also announced that spatial specialist Henrik Opperman will present a seminar on immersive audio in the Audio Theatre at 3.30pm on Wednesday June 12, where Opperman will talk about why to produce audio in 3D and why it is the right time to start using immersive audio, current production techniques, the future of Ambisonics and object based audio and delivery of immersive media and standalone 3D sound.
Sennheiser will be presenting on stand 312.