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Lectrsonics Introduces IS400

Lectrosonics, the New Mexico-based manufacturer of high-end wireless technology for the broadcast and film industries, recently introduced the IS400 Digital Hybrid Wireless Instrument System.
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Lectrosonics, the New Mexico-based manufacturer of high-end wireless technology for the broadcast and film industries, recently introduced the IS400 Digital Hybrid Wireless Instrument System.

The Lectrosonics IS400, designed for use with both electric and acoustic instruments in demanding live performance environments, uses a proprietary digital algorithm to encode the audio signal into an analog format for transmission along an FM wireless carrier. The IS400's receiver captures this signal and converts it back into digital audio via DSP. The IS400's means of operation effectively eliminates the need for a an analog compander circuit along with the normally corresponding signal artifacts, and provides superior audio dynamic and frequency response when compared to analog systems.

The IS400's 50mW IM transmitter and R400 diversity receiver are both housed within rugged, all-metal casings for long-lasting use in demanding gigging and touring. On its front panel, the R400 receiver features a graphic display for simple selection of transmission frequencies, an adjustment knob, and power switch. On the unit's rear, a balanced XLR and unbalanced quarter-inch jack are provided with independent volume control via the comprehensive front panel menu for simultaneous connection to a balanced input and a guitar amplifier. Also rear side is a locking power input jack and two right angle BNC input jacks.

The IS400 will be available both as a stand-alone system (including the IM transmitter, R400 receiver, cables, antennas and watertight case) and as a rack-mount system (with IM transmitter, R400-RM rack-mount receiver, cables and antennas). MSRP for each system: $1,625. Availability: March 2005.

For more information, visit www.lectrosonics.com.