Rugged all-in-one wireless system for presenters and moderators. Set consists of 1 SK 100 G4 wireless bodypack, 1 ME-II Lavalier, 1 EM 100 G4 rackmount receiver, 1 rack kit and 1 RJ10 linking cable.

 

The perfect choice for moderators and presenters: Robust bodypack transmitter and unobtrousive clip-on microphone ME 2-II (omni-directional) or ME 4 (cardioid) with high speech intelligibility for easy hands-free operation on any stage.

  • Engineered for professional live sound: Rugged all-in-one wireless system for presenters and moderators.

  • Robust bodypack transmitter and unobstrusive clip-on microphone ME 2-II (omni-directional) or ME 4 (cardioid) with high speech intelligibility for daily use on stage

  • True diversity half-rack receiver in a full-metal housing with intuitive LCD display for full control

  • Easy and flexible wireless synchronization between transmitter and receiver via infrared

  • Fast frequency allocation for up to 12 receivers via new linking functionality

  • Up to 20 compatible channels

  • Up to 42 MHz bandwidth with 1680 selectable frequencies, fully tunable in a stable UHF range

  • Transmission Range: up to 100 meters / 300 feet

  • High RF output power (up to 30 mW) depending on country regulations

Sennheiser EW 100 G4-ME2 Wireless Lavaliere Mic (cardioid)

$599.00Price

EM 100 G4

  • Frequency range

  • Dimensions

    Approx. 190 x 212 x 43 mm

  • Compander

    Sennheiser HDX

  • THD, total harmonic distortion

    ≤ 0.9 %

  • Weight

    Approx. 980 g

  • Audio output

    6.3 mm jack socket (unbalanced): +12 dBu

    XLR socket (balanced): +18 dBu

  • Signal-to-noise ratio

    ≥ 110 dBA

  • Switching bandwidth

    up to 42 MHz

  • Peak deviation

    ±48 kHz

  • Nominal deviation

    ±24 kHz

  • Modulation

    Wideband FM

  • Power supply

    12 V DC

  • Antenna connector

    2 BNC sockets

  • Current consumption

    300 mA

  • Adjacent channel rejection

    Typically ≥ 65 dB

  • Intermodulation attenuation

    Typically ≥ 65 dB

  • Receiving frequency

    Max. 168