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Sennheiser

EW-D EM

1/2 19“ rack receiver for use with Evolution Wireless Digital handheld and bodypack transmitters. Versatile and feature-rich digital wireless system for those who sing, speak or play instruments that allows for seamless product pairing and management via the EW-D Smart Assist App. Receive state-of-the-art live sound.

FEATURES 
• Digital wireless eliminates noise, interference and static bursts
• UHF transmission greatly enhances range, reliability and scalability
• Mobile App streamlines setup and operation and eliminates
  complicated menus
• Automated setup creates reliable connections with minimal time and
  effort
• Up to 2,240 selectable frequencies
• 56 MHz Bandwidth will allow for up to 90 channels
• Preserves every detail of even the most dynamic performances with
  134 dB transmitter dynamic range 
• All metal housing

Specification
  • ARCHITECT‘S SPECIFICATION

    EW-D EM rack receiver 

    The stationary receiver with switching diversity technology shall be for use with a companion transmitter as part of a digital wireless RF transmission system. 

    The receiver shall operate within ten UHF frequency ranges, with a switching bandwidth of up to 56 MHz: 470.2 – 526 MHz, 520 – 576 MHz, 552 – 607.8 MHz, 606.2 – 662 MHz, 630 – 662 MHz, 662 – 693.8 MHz, 823.2 – 831.8 MHz, 863.2 – 846.8 MHz, 925.2 – 937.3 MHz, 1785.2 – 1799.8 MHz; selectable frequencies shall be up to 2,240. 

    The receiver shall feature Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) at a frequency range between 2402 and 2480 MHz for remote controlling the devices via a control App for iOS and Android. 

    The audio frequency response shall be between 20 Hz and 20 kHz (-3 dB) @ 3 dBfs. Audio total harmonic distortion (THD) shall be ≤ -60 dB for 1 kHz @ -3 dBfs input level. Dynamic range shall be 134 dB. 

    The receiver shall be menu-driven with a backlit LC display showing the current frequency, channel number, metering of RF level, metering of AF level, lock status, muting function, mute lock status, antenna switching diversity, app connection, gain, audio output level, menu and battery status of the associated transmitter. An auto-lock feature shall be provided to prevent settings from being accidentally altered. 

    The receiver shall feature a balanced XLR-3M audio output with a maximum output of +18 dBu along with an unbalanced ¼“ (6.3 mm) audio output with a maximum output of +12 dBu. Two BNC-type input sockets shall be provided for connecting the antennas. The receiver shall operate on 12 V power supplied from the power supply unit or from a Sennheiser EW-D ASA antenna splitter. Power consumption shall be ≤ 300 mA. 

    The receiver shall have a rugged metal housing; dimensions shall be approximately 212 x 44 x 189 mm (8.35“ x 1.73“ x 7.44“). Weight shall be approximately 1000 grams (2.2 lbs) without antennas and power supply. Operating temperature shall range from −10 °C to +55 °C (+14 °F to +131 °F). 

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.ewdem
  • Collection setBusiness Audio & Communication
  • CollectionPresentation
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2022-11-24
  • Edition number1
  • Height (mm)44
  • Width (mm)212
  • Depth (mm)189
Related
  • Designed inGermany
  • Weight Net (Kg)0.99
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryElectronics - Audio Electronics
  • IFC classificationElectric Appliance
  • OmniClass TitleAudio Equipment
  • OmniClass Number23-37 15 29

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