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AES NYC Debut for Sennheiser SKM 5200

At the AES Convention in New York (10/7-10), Sennheiser will introduce the new SKM 5200 (pictured), the latest handheld wireless transmitter in the company's 5000 Series.

At the AES Convention in New York (10/7-10), Sennheiser will
introduce the new SKM 5200 (pictured), the latest handheld wireless transmitter in the company’s 5000 Series. The SKM 5200 may be paired with a choice of six Sennheiser and two Neumann interchangeable microphone heads to accommodate multiple purposes in the broadcast and recording industry.

The choice of interchangeable Sennheiser heads includes five condensers and one dynamic, with omni-directional, cardioid, wide cardioid or super-cardioid pick-up patterns. The six heads have been designed for broadcast and speech applications, and can be combined with a choice of two Neumann microphone heads, either supercardioid and cardioid.

The new SKM 5200 incorporates a number of features to optimize audio quality. Sensitivity can be switched in 1dB steps to adapt to any recording situation. Further, Sennheiser’s HiDyn plus noise reduction system reduces RF noise to an absolute minimum, providing wide dynamics and crystal-clear sound.

The SKM 5200 offers two channel banks, one fixed and one variable. The fixed bank may be ordered with 20 pre-set frequencies to allow the transmitter to be quickly integrated into existing RF environments. Users may program up to 20 UHF frequencies, in 5kHz steps, into the variable bank.

Designed for ease-of-use, the SKM 5200 places everything at the user’s fingertips, where all settings can easily be modified using a convenient multi-function switch. A backlit LC display clearly indicates all audio and RF settings, while an automatic Lock mode avoids accidental changes. A name menu allows users to easily identify their SKM 5200, with the six-character name being shown on the standard display.

The transmitter’s LCD indicates battery charge status, which is also transmitted to suitable receivers, ensuring reliable and continuous performance. The SKM 5200 offers more than eight hours of continuous operation using the rechargeable battery pack or standard alkaline batteries. The improved mechanical construction of the SKM 5200 has been designed for rough stage and broadcast use. MSRP to be announced soon.

For more information, please go to, or visit Sennheiser at AES NYC, Booth #227.