Sennheiser is launching their new freePORT wireless systems at Summer NAMM (Booth #1116) in Indianapolis, Ind., (July 22 to 24, 2005).
The systems are available in three plug-and-play versions—Vocal, Presentation and Instrument—which ensure reliable transmission of clear and natural-sounding audio across four switchable UHF frequencies through the use of diversity technology and dynamic processing.
The freePORT Vocal Set for singers includes a handheld transmitter outfitted with a cardioid pattern dynamic capsule, as well as a compact diversity receiver, with front-mounted antennas for improved reception, and AC power wall adapter, together with a mic clip and a manual.
The freePORT Presentation Set has been optimized for speech applications, including theatre performances and corporate events, and comprises an omni-directional, clip-on lavalier condenser microphone, a sturdy body-pack transmitter and a compact diversity receiver with wall adapter and manual.
The freePORT Instrument Set is configured for electric guitars or any instrument with a 1/4-inch jack socket output and combines the body pack transmitter and diversity receiver with a guitar cable. A wall adapter and manual are also included.
The switchable UHF frequencies allow up to four systems to be operated simultaneously, making the freePORT products suitable for group use. Diversity technology optimizes reception while sound quality is effected via the integrated dynamic processing. The compact diversity receiver offers both XLR balanced and 1/4-inch jack unbalanced output options.
All three systems offer extended continuous operation of up to ten hours from a single 9V battery.
freePORT will be available in early July 2005, with an MSRP of $499.
Visit www.sennheiserusa.com for more information.