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MICROPHONES
Hello,
Last year I had the opportunity to meet Electro-Voice founder Al Kahn, and during our conversation I asked him to name what he enjoyed most during his long career in the professional
audio industry. His quick reply was short and sweet, ”Microphones“. Mr. Kahn explained that
at the time he founded the company, microphone design was still relatively new and the technology he and other designers went on to explore was absolutely exciting. Well, things haven‘t
changed much. With the ongoing demands of audio professionals around the world for design
advances and better sound, the world of microphones still holds that excitement.
Our approach to wired and wireless microphone design here at Electro-Voice and Telex Communications, Inc. is to continue in the direction that pioneers like Al Kahn began exploring
seventy five years ago. It is the culmination of years of research, a commitment to innovation,
and a technical staff that is second-to-none. From the first primitive P.A. systems to today‘s
state-of-the-art wireless systems, we have continually sought to bring excellent sound to any
and all applications. From WWII tanks to our first steps on the moon, from the first radio broadcasts to tonight’s TV news, from the garage band next door to The King, from Knute Rockne to
the Super Bowl, and everything in between, our products have been there and it is my commitment that we’ll do our very best to keep it that way.
Best regards and good audio,
Joel P. Johnson
General Manager, Wired & Wireless Microphones
Telex Communications, Inc.
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Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
N/DYM® Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
Cobalt™ Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7
RE-Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
RE-Series Performance Microphones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Live Interview Microphones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-11
Installation Microphones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-13
General Purpose Microphones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-15
Electro-Voice Wired Microphone Accessories . . . . . . . .16-17
MICROPHONES
Wired Microphones
Wireless Microphones
RE-1 Wireless System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-19
N/DYM® Series Wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-21
MS3000 UHF Diversity Wireless System . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
RTM-1 Remote Test Wireless System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Cobalt® Wireless System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24-25
Electro-Voice Wireless Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26-27
FMR-1000 Wireless System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29
FMR-10 Frequency Agile UHF Wireless System . . . . . . . . .30
ENG-100 Portable UHF Wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
FMR-70 Wireless System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
UR-700 UHF Wireless System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
ProStar® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34-35
SoundMate™ Assisitive Listening Systems . . . . . . . . . . .36-37
TELEX® Wireless Microphone Accessories . . . . . . . . . . .38-39
Application Guide
Microphone technologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Microphone use & placement guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Recommendations for best wireless performance . . . . . . .42
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The N/DYM® Series is different from other microphones.
For the first time, the quality, reliability and ruggedness
of a concert sound microphone are affordable without
compromise. Excellent and clear sound, comfortable
and safe handling, N/DYM® magnetic structure, EV’s
unique VOB™ technology and studio sound performance mark EV´s N/DYM® Series.
WIRED MICROPHONES
As part of a fixed installation, in studios, or on the road,
EV N/DYM® microphones outperform any other microphone in their class. Each microphone comes with a
It was an EV mic which amplified Neil Armstrong’s
famous words on his arrival on the moon’s surface in
1969. Cardiline®, RE-Series and Variable-D® are all wellknown industry terms. Most of EV´s microphones are
low-impedance enabling long cable runs without RFI
problems.
N/D167
N/D267 a(s)
N/D767 a
Vocal and speech
microphone
Vocal microphone
Top-class vocal
microphone
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Entry into the world of
high-performance mics
Includes accessories
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On/off-Switch
(as version)
Includes accessories
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N/D167
Element
Polar pattern
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
Frequency Response (-3 dB),
close response
Frequency Response (-3 dB),
far response
Output Level(0dB = 1 m W/Pascal)
at 1.000 Hz
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1.000 Hz)
Equivalent Noise (0 dB=20 micropascal)
A-weighted
Magnetic Circuit
Specials
Case Material
Finish
Included accessories
Optional accessories
Connector type
Dimension (Length x max. Diameter)
Weight net
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helpful manual about handling and use. EV is famous
throughout the industry for high quality and robust
microphones as used in studios, on stage, TV and broadcasting.
N/D267 a(s)
Multi-stage shock
mount for unmatched
low-handling noise
Condenser mic
performance
Includes accessories
N/D767a
Dynamic
Cardioid
600 ohms
Dynamic
Cardioid
300 ohms
Dynamic
Supercardioid
300 ohms
50 - 12,000 Hz
45 - 15,000 Hz
35 - 22,000 Hz
100 - 12,000 Hz
100 - 15,000 Hz
70 - 22,000 Hz
- 52 dB
2.3 mV/Pascal
- 52 dB
2.9 mV/Pascal
- 51 dB
3.1 mV/Pascal
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N/DYM®
see features above
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N/DYM®
see features above,
On/off-Switch (as version)
Metal
Nonreflecting black
Stand adapter,
soft zippered
carrying pouch
see page 17
3-pin XLR
181 x 52 mm
238 g
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N/DYM®
see features above
Metal
Nonreflecting black
Stand adapter,
soft zippered
carrying pouch
see page 17
3-pin XLR
181 x 52 mm
238 g
Metal
Nonreflecting black
Stand adapter,
soft zippered
carrying pouch
see page 17
3-pin XLR
181 x 52 mm
260 g
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N/DYM® Series Features
N/DYM®: The neodymium based magnet structure provides greater sensitivity, better signal-to-noise ratio and
extended frequency range with clear “highs“. In 1985,
EV was the first to use neodymium-based magnets.
Because of this, N/DYM® mics are unique to the industry.
Note: Other Neodymium mics are not similar to
N/DYM®-mics as it´s the quantity and quality of the
Neodymium used that matters. Therefore N/DYM® mics
are unique.
VOB™: This unique EV technology provides tailored bass
response for controlled proximity, exceptional vocal clarity and reduced boominess, sibilance and P-popping.
Furthermore, VOB™ provides clear, consistent sound
without low-end distortion over greater working distances.
Warm Grip™: EV´s uniquely designed handle provides a
more comfortable and “better” feeling mic with low
handling noise.
N/D468
Instrument microphone
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N/D478
N/D868
Universal microphone
Designed specifically
for kickdrums
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Unique “moving head”
Extreme low self-noise
Accurate response,
even in high SPLs
Includes accessories
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Ideal to mic drums,
percussion or guitars,
also as vocal “spare” mic
Smooth response
Includes accessories
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Element
Polar pattern
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
Frequency Response (-3 dB),
close response
Frequency Response (-3 dB),
far response
Output Level(0dB = 1 m W/Pascal)
at 1.000 Hz
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1.000 Hz)
Equivalent Noise (0 dB=20 micropascal)
A-weighted
Magnetic Circuit
Specials
Case Material
Finish
Included accessoriesStand adapter,
Optional accessories
Connector type
Dimension (Length x max. Diameter)
Weight net
RE20 capsule type
Extended “lows” to
tighten mixes
Frequency response
typically eliminating
the need of an EQ
Extreme low self-noise
Includes accessories
N/D468
N/D478
Dynamic
Supercardioid
150 ohms
Dynamic
Cardioid
300 ohms
Dynamic
Cardioid variant
150 ohms
30 - 22,000 Hz
45 - 15,000 Hz
20 - 10,000 Hz
60 - 22,000 Hz
100 - 15,000 Hz
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- 51 dB
3.1 mV/Pascal
- 52 dB
2.9 mV/Pascal
- 52 dB
1.0 mV/Pascal
< 14 dB SPL
N/DYM®
see features above
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N/DYM®
see features above
< 17 dB SPL
N/DYM®
see features above
Metal
Nonreflecting black
Stand adapter,
soft zippered
carrying pouch
see page 17
3-pin XLR
115 x 52 mm
190 g
Metal
Nonreflecting black
Stand adapter,
soft zippered
carrying pouch
see page 17
3-pin XLR
181 x 52 mm
247 g
Metal
Nonreflecting black
Stand adapter,
soft zippered
carrying pouch
see page 17
3-pin XLR
133 x 60 mm
295 g
WIRED MICROPHONES
Memraflex™: A deformed screen risks capsule malfunction and changes the polar pattern dramatically. In many
cases, “omnidirectional” sensitivity is the result, which
reduces gain-before-feedback close to speakers. Therefore a Memraflex™ screen secures maximum protection
and good appearance.
N/D868
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WIRED MICROPHONES
Cobalt™ microphones are EV’s newest offering – with
roadworthy performance, affordability, and ergonomics
Cobalt™ satisfies all the microphone needs of the music
market. The Co11 is the newest addition to the line,
offering condenser performance at an affordable price.
The Co4 is ideal for a variety of instruments and stage
applications; the other members of the Cobalt family all
provide outstanding performance for vocal and spoken
word program. From the high-SPL handling of the Co7
to the premium Co9, and the Co5 with its on/off
switch, Cobalt provides versatility and exemplary
sound. All microphones come complete with a stand
adapter and a zippered, vinyl carrying pouch.
Co11
Co9
Condenser Vocal Mic
Premium Vocal Mic
The new Co11 offers extended frequency response and wide dynamic
range. Ideal for anyone who appreciates
the crisp high end and warm proximity
effect that can only come from a top
performing condenser mic. If features a
high compliance shock mount that
makes handling noises ”disappear“ and
comes in a rugged die cast housing with
EV’s famous Memraflex™ dent resistant
grille screen.
The Co9 is a favorite among vocalists
across all musical genres. Regardless
of the live performance application,
sound technicians and engineers feel
confident with this mic. A slight bass
roll-off and accentuated midrange
make this a superb, world-class sound
transducer.
Co9
Co11
Element
Polar pattern
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
Frequency Response (-3 dB)
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1,000 Hz)
Power requirement (Phantom power)
Current Consumption
Magnetic Circuit
Specials
Dynamic
Cardioid
600 ohms
50 - 18,000 Hz
3.2 mV/Pascal
N/A
N/A
N/DYM®
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Self-biased condenser
Cardioid
Low-Z balanced (250 Ohms)
50 - 20,000 Hz
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24 to 48 Vdc
N/A
N/A
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Case Material
Finish
Included accessories
Die cast zinc
cobalt
Stand adapter,
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch
hard-shell case
3-pin XLR
170 x 53 mm
335 g
Die cast zinc
cobalt
Stand adapter (black)
gig bag
Connector type (Details see page 73)
Dimension (Length x max. Diameter)
Weight net
6
3-pin XLR
173 x 53 mm
292 g
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Co5
Co4
Crossroad Vocal Mic
Classic Vocal Mic
Instrument Mic
The Co7 is the perfect choice for
the performer who wants hassle
free sound — a mic that performs
in high volume situations without
feedback. Built to the same standards of EV’s N/DYM® microphones, this mic’s low handling
noise also makes it ideal in critical
acoustic settings.
Designed for the performer who
prefers a careful balance of highs,
midrange and bass, the Co5, with
on/off switch, offers exceptional
vocal intelligibility with controlled
proximity effect. With the Co5,
you get clarity and grit
– when YOU want it.
Designed to yield outstanding
performance in applications
requiring the miking of acoustic
and electric instruments, as well
as vocal performances. Excellent
for stage or studio, the rugged
Co4’s versatility will make it a
“must have” in any microphone
mix.
Co4
Co5
Co7
Element
Polar pattern
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
Frequency Response (-3 dB)
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1,000 Hz)
Power requirement (Phantom power)
Current Consumption
Magnetic Circuit
Specials
Dynamic
Cardioid
600 ohms
50 - 18,000 Hz
2.2 mV/Pascal
N/A
N/A
N/DYM®
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Dynamic
Cardioid
600 ohms
50 - 18,000 Hz
3.2 mV/Pascal
N/A
N/A
N/DYM®
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Case Material
Finish
Included accessories
Die cast zinc
cobalt
Stand adapter,
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch
hard-shell case
3-pin XLR
148 x 23 mm
340 g
Dynamic
Cardioid
600 ohms
50 - 18,000 Hz
2.8 mV/Pascal
N/A
N/A
N/DYM®
Low-noise
On/off-Switch
Die cast zinc
cobalt
Stand adapter
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch
hard-shell case
3-pin XLR
170 x 53 mm
306 g
Connector type (Details see page 73)
Dimension (Length x max. Diameter)
Weight net
WIRED MICROPHONES
Co7
Die cast zinc
cobalt
Stand adapter,
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch
hard-shell case
3-pin XLR
170 x 53 mm
332 g
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WIRED MICROPHONES
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The RE Series is the first choice of microphones for
smooth and accurate sound reproduction. Its unique
and famous performance make it a favorite in the
broadcast, studio and professional touring business.
RE20 and RE27 N/D broadcast microphones were developed with EV’s Variable-D® design to ensure true and
accurate response across all frequencies without the upclose boominess associated with proximity effect. As a
result, these microphones have become the industry
standard for radio studios worldwide. And when it
comes to studio recording or professional concert sound
jobs, the RE20 and our other condenser models, RE200
and RE1000, provide you with the tools you need to get
the sound you’re after when recording vocals, guitars,
drums or brass. For more details about Variable-D®, see
page 40.
RE20
RE27 N/D
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Element
Polar pattern
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
Frequency Response (-3 dB)
Power Level (0dB = 1 mW/Pascal)
at 1.000 Hz
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1,000 Hz)
Equivalent Noise (0 dB=20 micropascal)
A-weighted
Maximum SPL (1% distortion, 1,000 Hz)
Power requirement (Phantom power)
Current Consumption
Magnetic Circuit
Specials
Filters
Case Material
Finish
Included accessories
Connector type
Dimension (Length x max. Diameter)
Weight net
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Variable-D® for minimal
proximity effect
True cardioid with no coloration
at 180° off-axis
Ultra-flat frequency response
Studio condenser response
Large diaphragm
Humbucking coil
Integral wind and blast filter
Switchable EQ
(down -4.5 dB from 400 to 100 Hz)
Comes with accessories
RE20
RE27
Dynamic
Cardioid
150 ohms
45 - 18,000 Hz
- 57 dB
Dynamic
Cardioid
150 ohms
45 - 20,000 Hz
- 51 dB
1.5 mV/Pascal
—
3.1 mV/Pascal
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N/A
N/A
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Variable-D®
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N/A
N/A
N/DYM®
Variable-D®
Tilt-down EQ
Steel
Fawn beige
3 selectable EQs
Steel
Satin nickel
Stand adapter,
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch,
hard-shell case
3-pin XLR
217 x 54 mm
737 g
Stand adapter
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch,
hard-shell case
3-pin XLR
217 x 54 mm
709 g
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Variable-D® for minimal
proximity effect
N/DYM® element design brings
6 dB more sensitivity
Ultra-flat frequency response
Studio condenser performance
Large diaphragm
3 selectable filters:
-6 dB, 250-100 Hz /
-12 dB, 1000-100 Hz/
-3 dB high frequency roll-off
Integral wind and blast filter
Comes with accessories
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RE510
RE16
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Professional self-biased condenser
vocal microphone
Selectable low-end roll-off
Supercardioid pattern
Excellent off-axis rejection
Wide dynamic range
Large diameter diaphragm for clear,
warm sound
Warm grip handle for great feel and
low handling noise
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Variable-D Dynamic Supercardioid
handheld
Great for podium or handheld use
Unique blast filter makes close-up
use possible without popping
Uniform response independent of angle
Humbucking coil reduces electromag
netic hum pickup
Bass roll-off switch
Memraflex grille means screen
keeps its shape
RE1000
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High-end transducer based
on world standard studio
microphone RE2000
Very low self-noise
AcoustiDYM™ shock-mount
system
Ultralow-mass, gold-laminated
diaphragm
Transformerless output device
Rear response 15 dB below the
front axis at 1,000 Hz
Comes with accessories
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Element
Polar pattern
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
Frequency Response (-3 dB)
Power Level (0dB = 1 mW/Pascal)
at 1.000 Hz
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1,000 Hz)
Equivalent Noise (0 dB=20 micropascal)
A-weighted
Maximum SPL (1% distortion, 1,000 Hz)
Power requirement (Phantom power)
Current Consumption
Magnetic Circuit
Specials
Filters
Case Material
Finish
Included accessories
Connector type
Dimension (Length x max. Diameter)
Weight net
High-end studio true condenser
microphone
Very low self-noise (< 14 dB SPL,
A weighted)
Extremely linear frequency response
Low-mass, gold-laminated large
diaphragm
Tighter polar pattern and transient
response of a smaller diaphragm
Output electronics provide no voltage
gain to ensure low self-noise
Transformerless output device
Integrated two-stage pop-filter
Switchable Roll-off filter
(130 Hz/12 dB)
Comes with accessories
RE510
RE200
RE1000
RE16
Condenser (self-biased)
Supercardioid
150 ohms
50 - 20,000 Hz
-41 dB
True condenser
Cardioid
200 ohms
50 - 18,000 Hz
- 39 dB
True condenser
Supercardioid
250 ohms
70 - 18,000 Hz
- 39 dB
Dynamic
Supercardioid
150 ohms
80-15,000 Hz
-56 dB
5.6 mV/Pascal
18 dB SPL
10 mV/Pascal
21 dB SPL
11 mV/Pascal
< 14 dB SPL
1.4 mV/Pascal
140 dB SPL
12 - 52 VDC
N/A
N/A
transformerless
output device
switchable low-freq roll-off
Metal
Warm-Grip
black handle
Stand adapter,
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch
3-pin XLR
180 x 50 mm
215 g
130 dB
12 - 52 VDC
3.5 mA
N/A
AcousticDYM, transformerless output device
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Metal
Semi-gloss
camera black
Stand adapter,
windscreen
130 dB
12 - 48 VDC
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N/A
transformerless
output device
switchable roll-off
Metal
low-gloss
black texture
Stand adapter,
hard-shell case
150 dB
3-pin XLR
137 x 28 mm
185 g
3-pin XLR
205 x 62 x 43 mm
400 g
WIRED MICROPHONES
RE200
N/A
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Steel
Fawn beige micomatte
Stand adapter
Zippered vinyl pouch
Model 310A
3-pin XLR
187 x 45,2 x 19,1 mm
227 g
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EV´s 635 and RE50 microphones are famous in broadcast, television, and radio OBs (outside broadcasts).
These microphones set world standards especially for
ENG (electronic news production) and EFP (electronic
field production). They are extremely rugged, can withstand high humidity, temperature extremes and corrosive effects such as salt-air yet provide excellent sound
performance.
RE50/B
RE50 N/D
WIRED MICROPHONES
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N/DYM® element design offers
higher output (RE50 N/D)
No muddy lows when used
near lips
Dyna-Damp™ for extremely
effective handling noise
isolation
On-camera use with 422 A
desk stand
Acoustalloy® diaphragm
material for very smooth
response over a wide
frequency range
Withstands high humidity;
temperature extremes,
corrosive salt air
Integrated four-stage pop-filter
Integral windscreen and blast
filter
Comes with accessories
635N/D-B
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Linear frequency response
Completely pop-free
performance
Four-stage pop and
dust filter
Internal effective shock absorber
Comes with accessories
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Uniform 80 - 13,000 Hz
frequency response
N/DYM® element design offers
higher output
Acoustalloy® diaphragm
material for very smooth response
over a wide frequency range
Integral windscreen and blast filter
Comes with accessories
RE50/B
RE50N/D-B
635A(B)
635N/D-B
Element
Polar pattern
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
Frequency Response (-3 dB)
Power Level (0dB = 1 mW/Pascal)
at 1,000 Hz
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1,000 Hz)
Equivalent Noise (0 dB=20 micropascal)
A-weighted
Maximum SPL (1% distortion, 1.000 Hz)
Power requirement (Phantom power)
Current Consumption
Magnetic Circuit
Specials
Dynamic
Omnidirectional
150 ohms
80 - 13,000 Hz
- 55 dB
Dynamic
Omnidirectional
150 ohms
80 - 13,000 Hz
- 51 dB
Dynamic
Omnidirectional
150 ohms
80 - 13,000 Hz
- 55 dB
Dynamic
Omnidirectional
150 ohms
80 - 13,000 Hz
- 51 dB
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2.0 mV/Pascal
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2.0 mV/Pascal
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N/A
N/A
Alnico
Dyna-Damp™
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N/A
N/A
Alnico
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N/A
N/A
N/DYM®
Acoustalloy®
Filters
Case Material
Finish
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Aluminum
Semi-gloss
camera black
Stand adapter
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch
hard-shell case
see page 17
3-pin XLR
197 x 49
269 g
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N/A
N/A
N/DYM®
Dyna-Damp™
Memraflex
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Aluminum
Semi-gloss
camera black
Stand adapter
zippered vinyl
carrying pouch
hard-shell case
see page 17
3-pin XLR
197 x 49
269 g
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Steel
Fawn beige (A)
Semi-gloss black (A/B)
Stand adapter
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Steel
Semi-gloss
camera black
Stand adapter
see page 17
3-pin XLR
151 x 36 mm
170 g
see page 17
3-pin XLR
151 x 36 mm
170 g
Included accessories
Optional accessories
Connector type
Dimension (Length x max. Diameter)
Weight net
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635A (beige)
635A/B (black)
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Integrated Shotgun/Boom-pole Microphone
Designed for ENG / Broadcast news gathering
Hypercardioid-line back-electret condenser mic
Ultra-lightweight boom-pole extends
from 18“ to 6ft length
Includes built-in headphone pre-amp
Operates from either Phantom or battery power
WIRED MICROPHONES
ENG618
ENG 618
Generating Element:
Condenser, back electret
Frequency Response:
50 - 8,000 Hz, 200Hz roll-off switch
Polar Pattern:
Hypercardioid-line
Sensitivity, (Open Circuit Voltage, 1KHz):
19 mV/Pascal
Power Level, 1kHz (0 dB = 1 mW/pascal):
-55 dB
Clipping Level (1% THD)
120 dB SPL
Equivalent Noise:
15 dB SPL, A-weighted
Dynamic Range:
105 dB
Output Impedance, 1 kHz:
100 ohms
Power Requirements:
12 - 52 V dc phantom supply or 9V battery
Current consumption:
2mA phantom, 20 mA battery (20 hr estimated battery life)
Dimensions:
Length, collapsed:
46 cm (18 in)
Length, extended:
180 cm (6 ft)
Diameter:
9 cm (3.5 in)
Capsule diameter:
5.3 mm (0.21 in)
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The RE90 series brings the famous sound performance
of EV´s legendary RE series to fixed installations for public speaking, as well as theatrical productions. EV´s RE90
microphones are the most natural-sounding microphones on the market for public speaking, etc. and as a
matter of course for professional theatrical productions.
Compact, yet austere, the EV RE90 series is inconspicuous – an important consideration in many cases.
Ergonomically and architecturally designed, EV has married functionality with aesthetics making RE series the
traditional favorite among sound contractors, architects
and sound engineers.
RE90 microphones are designed for the highest-quality
applications with linear frequency response and excellent,
high gain-before-feedback. The cardioid types have a
typical rear response 15 dB below the front response. All
microphones guarantee a uniform polar pattern across
the range, high sensitivity, low self-noise and provide a
transformerless output device.
The high-quality pre-amps are highly-resistant to electrical noise and radio frequency interference (RFI). RE90 L
and RE90 H have an internal pre-amp housed in the XLR
connector. Gooseneck microphones have an all metal
construction to substantially reduce noise from stray
magnetic fields and RFI. The unique and patented
multi-polar PolarChoice™ sets standards in sound and
flexibility.
60°
RE90 B (Black)
RE90 BW (White)
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•
•
•
•
•
Boundary layer
Ultra-thin profile (16 mm) housing
with rubber nonslip bottom pad
and strong steel screen
Internal terminal block for disconnecting cable to insert thru holes
Integrated pop filter
Ideal working angle 60° off-axis
Comes with accessories
RE90 L
•
•
•
Actual
size
•
•
•
RE90 H (Black)
RE90 HW (White)
CH230 (Black)
CH230 W (White)
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•
•
•
•
•
Hanging microphone
Internal Pre-amp
Very uniform polar pattern
Includes an installation guide
Comes with accessories
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Lavalier microphone
Sub-miniature capsule design
Capsule provides superior
EMI/RFI shielding
Very light-weight yet extremely
reliable
Internal pre-amp with very low
current consumption
Comes with accessories
Hanging microphone ideal for choirs
and live theater
Includes external pre-amp with lowfrequency roll-off switch
Includes pre-amp shield for high
resistance to electrical noise
and RF interference
Exceptionally high sensitivity,
Very wide dynamic range (<105 dB),
Smooth extended frequency response
Uniform cardioid directional pattern is
perfect for the highest quality distance
sound pickup
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RE90 P-12
RE90 P-18
PolarChoice™ 12
PolarChoice™ 18
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Gooseneck podium microphone
Also perfect for instruments on stage
(i.e. acoustic guitar or choir)
Uniform frequency response
and polar pattern
Strutted (yet flexible)
ultra-thin gooseneck
Integrated two-stage pop-filter
Comes with accessories
RE90 P
Optional accessories
Connector type
Dimension
Weight net
Optional accessories
Connector type
Dimension
Weight net
Back electret condenser
Omni, Super-, Hyper, Cardioid
200 ohms
75 - 15,000 Hz
- 44 dB
5.6 mV/Pascal
< 28 dB SPL
130 dB
9 - 52 VDC
2.8 mA
N/A
transformerless
output device
Steel
Nonreflecting black
Windscreen, two-piece
shock mount CPSM-Kit
see page 17
see page 17
3-pin XLR
3-pin XLR
P-12: 281 x 6.4 mm (11.05 x 0.25 in.) PC-12: 299 x 6.4 mm (11.75 x 0.25 in.)
P-18: 443 x 6.4 mm (17.45 x 0.25 in.) PC-18: 461 x 6.4 mm (18.15 x 0.25 in.)
(gooseneck)
(goosenecki)
400 g (P-18: 528 g)
411 g (PC-18: 539 g)
Element
Polar pattern
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
Frequency Response (-3 dB)
Power Level (0 dB = 1 mW/Pascal)
at 1,000 Hz
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1,000 Hz)
Equivalent Noise (0 dB = 20 micropascal)
A-weighted
Maximum SPL (1% distortion, 1,000 Hz)
Power requirement (Phantom power)
Current Consumption
Magnetic Circuit
Specials
Included accessories
PolarChoiceTM
Windscreen, double-sided
RE90 B
Filters
Case Material
Finish
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•
•
Gooseneck podium microphone
Selectable polar pattern - four to choose from
(omnidirectional, cardioid, super-cardioid,
hyper-cardioid)
Dual capsule design
Consistent on-axis response
Strutted (yet flexible) ultra-thin gooseneck
Comes with CPSM shock mount
Comes with accessories
WIRED MICROPHONES
Element
Back electret condenser
Polar pattern
Cardioid
Impedance, Low-Z balanced
200 ohms
Frequency Response (-3 dB)
70 - 15,000 Hz
Power Level (0 dB = 1 mW/Pascal)
- 43 dB
at 1,000 Hz
Open Circuit Voltage (at 1,000 Hz)
4.5 mV/Pascal
Equivalent Noise (0 dB = 20 micropascal)
< 28 dB SPL
A-weighted
Maximum SPL (1% distortion, 1,000 Hz)
130 dB
Power requirement (Phantom power)
9 - 52 VDC
Current Consumption
2.5 mA
Magnetic Circuit
N/A
Specials
transformerless
output device
Case Material
Steel
Finish
Nonreflecting black
Included accessories
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RE90 H
RE90 L
Back electret condenser
(Half-) Cardioid
200 ohms
80 - 15,000 Hz
- 33 dB
Back electret condenser
Cardioid
200 ohms
75 - 15,000 Hz
- 30 dB
Back electret condenser
Omnidirectional
100 ohms
50 - 18,000 Hz
- 34 dB
Back electret condenser
Cardioid
150 ohms
30 - 20,000 Hz
- 21.7 dB
25 mV/Pascal
< 25 dB SPL
27 mV/Pascal
< 25 dB SPL
12.6 mV/Pascal
< 29 dB SPL
30 mV/Pascal
< 22 dB SPL
127 dB
9 - 52 VDC
2.5 mA
N/A
transformerless
output device
120 dB
9 - 52 VDC
2.0 mA
N/A
internal pre-amp
130 dB
9 - 52 VDC
1.0 mA
N/A
internal pre-amp
—
Heavy-duty zinc diecast
Nonreflecting black
or white
180 cm thin and
flexible cable
see page 17
3-pin XLR
128 L x 94 W x 16 H mm
—
Steel
Low-gloss black
or white
760 cm braided cable
—
Polycarbonate resin
Nonreflecting black
127 dB
12-52 VDC
2.1 mA
N/A
external pre-amp
shield box
mounting hardware
switchable high pass filter
Steel
Nonreflecting black
or white (CH230W)
9.1 cable
see page 17
3-pin XLR
37 L x 13 D mm
see page 17
3-pin XLR
6 L x 5 D mm
358 g
157 g
34 g
Gig bag
CH230W
—
3-pin XLR
41,9 L x 10.5 D mm
67.3 L x 40.6 W x 30.5 D mm
332 g
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US622L
Single-zone desktop paging mic
A dynamic, low-impedance balanced-output microphone. Designed for general communication and paging application use. Stand alone for desktop use or may be configured for
handheld operation. Noise cancelling design, provides base-mounted push-to-talk operation.
MP756
11-zone desktop paging mic
An 11-zone all-call microphone. MP756 features an all-call switch for simultaneous activation of all paging zones and a paging indicator lamp.
MP753
A 3-zone all-call microphone. MP753 features an all-call switch for simultaneous
activation of all paging zones and a paging indicator lamp.
WIRED MICROPHONES
253
Single-zone desktop paging mic
A low-impedance single-zone paging desk microphone. Microphone housing is constructed
of strong, one-piece, die-cast zinc alloy with gray powder coat finish. 253 is equipped with
a 4-conductor, 2-shield cable to allow for external relay operation. Also equipped with a
front press-to-talk bar with a locking bar lever on the side of the base. Rugged yet sensitive,
the 253 should be used with amplifiers that have input impedance of 50 to 250 ohms.
SR785LN/O
Single-zone gooseneck mic
A low-impedance, gooseneck microphone for single-zone paging. Designed for applications
where ruggedness, dependability and durability are the main requirements. Microphone
housing is constructed of die-cast zinc alloy to stand up to the toughest abuse and conditions. Features a recessed aluminum grille with windscreen and a durable satin-chrome finish. All units include a heavy-duty, 3-hole mounting flange and an extra-strength 16-inch
flex arm of steel tubing. SR785LN/O includes a push-button switch with normally “open“
switching.
SR785L Same as SR785LN/O except without normally “open” switching.
785L
NC585L
Same as SR785LN/O except without a switch.
Noise-canceling gooseneck paging mic
This low impedance noise-cancelling dynamic gooseneck microphone is designed for use in
high noise environments. The noise cancelling microphone picks up sound only from the
close talking position. With no on/off switch, it is ideal for noisy restaurant environments
where hands-free operation is required.
US622L
MP756/753
253
758L
NC585L
Generating Element
Frequency Response
Polar Pattern
Dynamic
Dynamic
Dynamic
Dynamic
Dynamic
100 Hz-9 kHz
60 Hz-10 kHz
60 Hz-10 kHz
100 Hz-10 kHz
100 Hz-10 kHz
100 Hz-7 kHz
Noise cancelling
Omnidirectional
FL: Noise cancelling
Omnidirectional
Omnidirectional
Omnidirectional
Noise cancelling
Impedance
Output Level
Switch
150 ohms
200 ohms
150 ohms
150 ohms
150 ohms
150 ohms
-57 dB
-58 dB
59 dB
-58 dB
-58 dB
-60 dB
Shorts or opens
in “off” mode
11 zone and all call
2 zone (SB253)
single zone (253
Single zone
normally open (SR785LN/0)
normally shorted (SR785L)
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Dimensions, in.
9.7 x 4.5 x 4.8
9 x4 x6
7.75 x 4 x 5.5
Gooseneck 16
Body 5.25 x 1.825
Gooseneck 16
Body 5.25 x 1.825
Gooseneck
9 x4 x6
1 lb., 13 oz. (822g)
2 lb. (0.9 kg)
including cable
2 lb. (0.9 kg)
14 oz. (397 g)
1.25 lb. (0.57 kg)
16 oz. (450 g)
(H x W x D)
Net Weight
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SR758LN/O
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US690
Gooseneck mic
A 12-inch flexible gooseneck microphone. Features N/DYM® magnet structures that provide
up to 6 dB more sensitivity than conventional designs. A dynamic cardioid, the US690 terminates with an XLR-type connector and plug-in mount. Rugged design and mic element
make the US690 ideal for the most demanding applications where good sound is required.
US600EL
PTT hand mic
A hand microphone designed for maximum noise rejection in high ambient areas and effective use without “close talking” techniques. An excellent choice for critical communication
applications, US600EL is built to withstand rough usage and atmospheric extremes.
US602FL
A hand microphone featuring clear speech transmission in high ambient noise level environments, convenient grip-to-talk activation and noise canceling dynamic design. Perfect for police, marine and mobile paging applications.
This popular omnidirectional dynamic lavalier microphone has been an industry standard for
many years. It’s frequency response is tailored for balanced performance in the lavalier chest
position. The turned aluminium case and nested mechanical parts assure rugged durability.
The 649B is also used in industrial applications.
NC450D
PTT noise-cancelling hand mic
A dynamic paging hand microphone. NC450D’s noise-canceling design makes it particularly
effective for use in noisy locations and excellent voice response characteristics make it a good
choice in quiet areas as well. Output impedance is 200 ohms for matching low impedance
input circuits. A push-to-talk switch is located on the molded ABS microphone housing. A
soft rubber lip guard assure user of correct microphone-to-mouth positioning.
450D
Same as NC450D except without noise-cancellation. Molded Cycolac® housing in
pebble-grain black finish and unterminated black neoprene coil cord relieved at the housing
by spring-type strain relief.
WP300S
WIRED MICROPHONES
649 B
Wall plate mic
A dynamic, omnidirectional wall plate microphone. Ideal for security monitoring, fast-food
and retail outlets, warehouses and public usage applications. WP-300S mounts on standard
electrical, single-gang wall boxes. The housing of each unit is an aluminum assembly on a
steel outlet plate with a brushed, satin-chrome finish. The assembly is complete with rubber
shock mount. Includes a double-pole, double-throw switch for push-to-talk and line shorting capabilities.
WP300
US690
Same as WP-300S except without double-pole, double-throw switch.
US600EL/FL
649B
450/NC450D
WP300/300S
Generating Element
Frequency Response
Polar Pattern
Dynamic
Dynamic
Dynamic
Dynamic
60 Hz-20 kHz
60 Hz-10 kHz
80 Hz-10 kHz
100 Hz-8 kHz
100 Hz-10 kHz
Supercardioid
Omnidirectional
FL: Noise cancelling
Omnidirectional
Omnidirectional (450D)
Noise cancelling (NC450D)
Omnidirectional
Impedance
Output Level
Switch
Dimensions, in.
Net Weight
150 ohms
200 ohms
150 ohms
200 ohms
150 ohms
-50 dB
-58 dB
-61 dB
-64 dB
-60 dB
N/A
11 zone and all call
PTT
PTT
2 dia x 16.6 long
9Hx4Wx6D
0,75 dia x 2.25 long
2.5 H x 3 W x 4 D
(WP300S only)
1 lb., 1.8 oz. (505 g)
2 lb. (900 g)
including cable
0,7 lb. (310 g)
0,5 lb. (225 g)
4.5 H x 2.75 W x 1.125 D
WP300S: 3.5 oz. (99 g)
Dynamic
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309A
422A
323S
MSA-NDV/COV
311
MSA-COI
320
376
(grey)
379-2
(red)
CPSM
FMK
368
EV Wired Microphone Accessories
422A
Desk stand with rubber shock mount - accepts mic stand clamps, black
309A
Suspension shock mount for RE20, RE27, black
323S
Mic stand clip for 1.0 inch diameter microphones (RE50, BK-1), black
MSA-NDV
Mic stand clip for tapered microphones (N/DYM®), black. Same as MSA-COV
WIRED MICROPHONES
379-1
(black)
mic stand clamp for Cobalt® microphones (Co5, Co7, Co9. Co11)
311
Mic stand clamp for all EV 3/4-inch diameter microphones
(635A, RE16, RE200, N/D468), black
MSA-COI
Stand clamp for Cobalt® Co4 instrument microphone, black
320
Stand clamp for RE20, RE27, N/D868
376/379
Windscreen pop filter, 376 - gray, 379-1 - black, 379-2 - red.
CPSM
Shock mount for RE90P and PolarChoiceTM gooseneck mics, black
FMK
Flange mount for RE90P and PolarChoiceTM gooseneck mics, black
368
Drum mic mounting clamp (N/D468, N/D478), black
314E
(not pictured)
Windscreen pop filter for use with 635 series mics, gray
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Where does the sound engineer, guitar tech or performer
turn to minimize the stress of using wireless equipment?
To Electro-Voice®, a company that has over 25 years of
experience in wireless innovations. The RE-1™ wireless
system takes frequency agility to a whole new level...
touring performance with unmatched simplicity. The
clear channels have always been there — but it took EV
to bring them to your fingertips. Now you can feel secure
that even the most crowded RF environments are fully
manageable with the Electro-Voice RE-1!
Receiver Features and Benefits
• Optimized channel groups allow up to 16 systems to
operate simultaneously in one frequency band. For
groups larger than 16, EV can help with the coordination and custom groups are easily programmed.
• Programmable in 25 kHz steps across 24 MHz operating bandwidth, there are over 950 possible channels
so you can always find a clear channel.
• Advanced ClearScan™, automatic group and channel
selections, allows quick, simple setup.
• Backlit LCD Display shows the Sound Engineer the
Group/Channel, transmitter battery status, diversity
operation, RF and Audio level meters, and space for a
custom label.
• Specially designed “Sound Check” mode provides
the ability for one person to walk test the microphone
in the performance space with tangible results.
• Patented DSP Posi-Phase™ Diversity System for maximum range and audio quality.
• Balanced XLR microphone output and 1/4-inch unbalanced adjustable line level output to match the
application.
• Rackmount hardware included.
• Three Year Limited Warranty.
Transmitter Features and Benefits
All Transmitters
Handheld Transmitter
• Unique “smart” battery circuit in the transmitters
means there is no way to put the battery in wrong.
• LCD display and same four control buttons as receiver make channel or frequency programming quick
and easy.
• Low battery LED lights when battery needs changing
and you can check the battery level every time you
turn on the transmitter.
• One on/off switch also acts as a mute. Great for
pauses in presentations and worship services.
• On/off button can be disabled to prevent accidental
turnoffs during performance.
• Normal and High power transmit uses low power for
the application, maximizing number of simultaneous
systems and limiting RF spillover into adjacent buildings/theaters.
• Interchangeable microphone head allows choice of
elements to fit vocalist’s style and environment.
• N/DYM® 767a premium dynamic vocal mic with
VOB™ (Vocally-Optimized Bass), excellent gain before feedback for high SPL stages.
• The new RE510 premium condenser vocal microphone for experienced vocalists, spoken word and
quieter stages.
• Internal 1/2-wave antenna: excellent range; stays
out of harm’s way
• Over-molded Warm-Grip™ handle reduces handling
noise and encourages proper microphone technique
for better performances.
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Bodypack Features
• Cast magnesium housing weighs only ounces but is
durable enough to take the pounding on tour.
• Detachable 1/4-wave antenna allows for easy replacement or using different antenna options.
• Cell phone style beltclip included for quick and easy
attachment. Optional pouches also available for wearing under costumes or for more vigorous applications.
• EV has a wide selection of lapel and headworn microphones and microphone accessories to go with the RE1 bodypack transmitter.
Unique Guitar Bodypack Features
Platinum country artist
and EV Endorser Neal McCoy
RE-1
CSR-1000 Receiver
Controls
Front Panel:
Rear Panel:
Indicators LCD
Backlit Display:
Connectors
Back Panel:
APD-4 Antenna
Distribution System
• Drives up to four RE-1 diversity receivers using a single
pair of antennas to conserve rack space and eliminate
the “antenna farm”. (8 TNC output and 2 front mount
TNC cables included, 1/2-wave antennas sold separately.)
• Supports “cascade” arrangement of multiple APD-4
splitters to allow you to drive up to 16 receivers using
just 2 antennas.
• Power outputs for up to four receivers help conserve
power strip space. (4 cables included)
Antennas:
Number of Channels:
Diversity:
Receiver Type:
RF Sensitivity:
Agency Approvals:
Audio Specifications
Frequency Response:
Audio Output Level:
Line Level
Balanced
Distortion:
Signal to Noise Ratio:
Dynamic Range:
General Specifications
Power Supply:
Size:
On/Off, Menu, Set, Up, Down Buttons
1/4 inch output level
Group, Channel, Diversity, Label, Set-up
Transmitter Battery Level, Audio Signal
Amplitude and RF Signal Strength, Squelch
1/4 inch unbalanced adjustable line level output
XLR balanced mic level output
USB programming port
Detachable 1/4-wave
950 possible (programmable in 25 kHz steps)
DSP SecurePhase True Diversity
Synthesized PLL Agile UHF
<0.8uV for 12 dB SINAD
FCC, IC, CE
100 – 15 kHz +/- 2 dB Microphone
30 – 15 kHz +/- 2 dB Instrument
8 mV - 0.775V RMS @ 100 k ohm load
-20 dBV max (@40 kHz deviation)
Less that 0.5% (@1 kHz, 40 kHz deviation)
> 110 dB(A)
>100 dB
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
• Dual band compander circuit provides the audio bandwidth required to cover the lows of a bass guitar to the
highs of a solid body.
• Mic/Instrument switch adds a 20 dB pad in the transmit
path so the standard bodypack can be used for microphone and guitars.
• Guitar patch cord featuring George L’s® cable with right
angle and straight plugs included to fit your guitar.
External 12 VAC 750mA in-line with cord
1.72 in. H x 7.50 in. W x 8.38 in. D
43.69 mm H x 190.50 mm W x 212.85 mm D
CSB-1000 Bodypack Transmitter
Controls:
Indicators:
Battery Life:
Antenna:
Connector:
RF Output:
Case Material:
Size:
Power on/off switch, Audio Gain Adjustment
with 40 dB range, Transmit Power Switch, Microphone/Instrument
Switch (0,-20 dB), Menu, Set, Up, Down Buttons
Red LED Low Battery Indicator, LCD displays one of the following:
Channel/Group, Frequency, or Battery Level
8 hours with 9V alkaline typical
External 1/4-wave detachable
TA4 input for microphone Pin 1 ground, Pin 2 Mic input
Pin 3 +5V Bias, Pin 4 +5V through 3 kΩ
Normal:
5 mW typical
High:
50 mW typical
Cast Magnesium
4.4 in. H x 2.6 in. W x .9 in. D
111 mm H x 66 mm W x 23 mm D
CSH-1000 Handheld Transmitter
Controls:
Displays:
Battery Life:
Antenna:
Microphone Elements:
RF Output:
Size:
Power on/off, Audio Gain Adjustment with 26 dB range Transmit
Power Switch, Menu, Set, Up, Down Buttons
Red LED Low Battery Indicator, LCD displays one of the following:
Channel/Group, Frequency, or Battery Level
8 hours with 9V alkaline typical
Internal 1/2-wave
EV N/D 767a Dynamic or RE 510 Condenser
Normal:
5 mW typical
High:
50 mW typical
10.5 in. (26.8 cm) long
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WIRELESS MICROPHONES
The N/DYM® Series UHF Wireless is a 10-channel frequencyagile system that provides professional quality performance at
a price working musicians can afford! N/DYM® wireless also
features the latest in wireless technical innovations —
ClearScan™ auto channel select. ClearScan greatly simplifies
system set-up by automatically scanning and selecting a clear
channel for trouble-free operation. The handheld systems feature EV’s famous N/DYM® elements for great sound and performance. The N/DYM® Series UHF Wireless from EV sets the
new standard for wireless systems.
NRU Receiver
The N/DYM® wireless receiver is housed in a half-rack-wide
metal housing and features Secure-Phase™ diversity for clear,
drop-out-free audio. Fixed, front-mount antennas for quick
system set-up; balanced, mic-level XLR output; level
adjustable, unbalanced, 1/4" output; a seven-segment, LED
channel display; adjustable squelch control; Transmit and
Diversity LED indicators and channel-change lockout. Single or
double rack-mount kits are also available (RM-S and
RM-D).
NRSCU Receiver
The N/DYM® NRSCU is housed in the same half-rack metal
housing but with added features for fixed installations. Install
features include detachable rear mount antennas, 4 segment
RF signal meter, 4 segment audio level meter, and single/dual
rack mounting hardware included.
Transmitters
®
N/DYM wireless transmitters feature adjustable audio gain
control, on/off and mute switches, up to ten hours of battery
life on a single 9-volt battery, rotary channel-select switch and
low-battery indicator. Bodypack transmitters feature a flexible
1/4-wave whip antenna, while the handheld transmitters contain an internal high efficiency antenna.
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featuring
Auto Channel Select
press here
N/DYM® Wireless System
Wireless Receiver
Operating Frequencies :
710MHz – 862 MHz in
4 different 12 MHz wide bands.
Number of Selectable Channels 10
Diversity True diversity with Secure-Phase™
RF Sensitivity
<0.8 µV for 12 dB SINAD
Agency Approvals:
FCC, IC, CE
Frequency Response
50-15,000 Hz ±2 dB
Audio Output, Balanced (XLR) –20 dBV (600-ohm load)
Distortion
Less than 0.5%
Signal/Noise Ratio
94 dB
Dynamic Range
100 dB
Receiver Type
Synthesized PLL
190 mm (7.5 in.) x 145 mm (5.75 in.) x 43 mm (1.7 in.)
Size (receiver housing)
NRU Receiver
Receiver: NRU
Controls
Front Panel
Rear Panel
Antennas
Displays/Indicators
Diversity LED:
Tx On LED:
Channel-set button: increments
channel setting by one; also used to activate
ClearScan™ and channel-change lockout
Squelch adjust
1 .4 -wave, fixed front mount
Channel set: seven-segment LCD
lights red or green to indicate when diversity circuitry
switches from one antenna to the other.
lights when carrier signal is present.
NRSCU Receiver
Receiver: NRSCU
Rear Mount Antennas (TNC)
Diversity LED’s:
A or B lights to indicate when diversity operational
RF Signal Strength:
4 segment LED lights to show strength of received RF
signal.
Audio Signal Strength:
4 segment LED
lights to show audio signal amplitude
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
ClearScan™ is the latest in wireless technical
innovations from EV. With the simple touch
of a button, ClearScan automatically scans
the airwaves and quickly selects the best of
10 UHF channels.
Transmitters
Transmitters: NBPU, NHTU-N7, NHTU-N2, NHTU-N1
Radiated RF Output
10-15 mW typical
Adjustments and Controls
On/off switch, Audio mute switch Audio gain pot
with 40-dB adjustment range, Rotary channel switch
Power on/low battery LED (red LED flashes upon turn on;)
Displays/Indicators
LED stays lit when low-battery voltage impacts system
performance.
Battery Life
8-10 hours with 9-Volt alkaline
Bodypack Antenna
Flexible external 1/4-wave
Handheld Antenna
Internal 1/2-wave
TA4 Connector Wiring
Pin 1: ground; Pin 2: mic input; Pin 3: +5-Volt bias;
Pin 4: +5-Volt bias fed through a 3,000-ohm resistor
for two-wire electret mics
Size (handheld transmitter) 273 mm (10.75 in.) long
Size (bodypack transmitter) 114 mm (4.5 in.) x 66 mm (2.6 in.) x 32 mm (1.25 in.)
(no antenna)
Handheld Transmitter Microphone Elements:
NHTU-N7
N/D 767a dynamic cardioid
NHTU-N2
N/D 267a dynamic cardioid
NHTU-N1
N/D 167 dynamic cardioid
Bodypack Transmitter Microphone Elements: Can be used with any compatible microphone elements. See above for TA4F Pin-out wiring.
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WIRELESS MICROPHONES
Professionals in every facet of the audio business trust ElectroVoice products to deliver incredible sound quality, uncompromising reliability and long useful life. From this dedication to innovation and craftsmanship comes the MS3000 UHF wireless system.
The EV MS3000 is the fourth generation of a product line designed
to deliver pristine sound with genuine “hardwired” audio quality.
By combining UHF frequencies with EV’s advanced technology
and solid construction, the MS3000 offers unsurpassed perfor-
MS3000
MR3000 RECEIVER
Frequency Range:
RF Stability:
Modulation Type:
Type:
MR3000 Receiver Secure-PhaseTM Diversity
An important facet of the MS3000’s sound quality and reliability is
its Secure-Phase™ Diversity circuitry. Most “true diversity” wireless
systems use two low-quality RF receivers that are monitored for
signal strength and switched in/out. The Secure-Phase™ design
utilizes a single high-performance, high-quality RF receiver and
combines the signal from both antennas at all times to maximize
signal strength. As the signal changes, a sophisticated circuit
adjusts the phase angle between the two antennas to minimize
potential dropouts from signal cancellations. The combination of
the high-quality receiver and Secure-Phase™ circuitry produces the
strongest signal possible with the best sound quality. Even in difficult RF environments, the MS3000 performs.
MT3000 Handheld Transmitter
EV’s handheld transmitter design not only eliminates the antenna
“pig-tail,” it also delivers the highest effective radiated output
power of any unit in its product class which can make a big difference in difficult RF situations. The MT3000 features EV’s classically styled contoured chassis that is covered in a rubber-like finish,
making it comfortable and secure to hold. There are on/off and
toggle-type mute switches for convenient operation and status
lights to indicate when the system is on and the condition of the
battery. Choose either the premium EV N/D767a N/DYM®
dynamic or the N/D267 vocal microphone, each of which is precisely mounted to minimize handling noise. EV’s famous Memraflex™ dent-resistant grille keeps the mic looking new.
MB3000 Bodypack Transmitter
The MS3000’s bodypack transmitter features a TA4 4-pin input
connector to accommodate a wide range of available lavaliere and
headworn microphones. There are on/off and a toggle-type mute
switches that allow the bodypack to be easily controlled without
undue fumbling. A low-battery indicator is located on the control
panel. The MB3000 also has a wide-range gain control to maximize S/N ratio and prevent front end overload.
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mance and reliability. When everything has to be just right, you
can count on the MS3000.
The MS3000 is available in 30 custom-tuned UHF frequencies.
With UHF frequencies, interference is less likely because there are
significantly fewer sources in use. The higher power and wider signal deviations permitted with UHF wireless mean that sound quality and useful range are better, plus more systems can be used
simultaneously.
IF Bandwidth:
Image Rejection:
Squelch:
Audio Outputs:
Mic Level:
Line Level:
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
Receiver Sensitivity:
FCC Compliance:
FCC Identification:
Diversity:
Supplied Accessories:
Size (HxWxD):
Weight:
690 - 725 MHz
0.005% or better
FM, 40 kHz nominal
Double Conversion, 65.75 MHz
and10.7 MHz I.F.
230 kHz at -3 dB points
65 dB or better
Amplitude adjustable
-20 dBV at 600 ohms
0.775 V rms at 100 kΩ ohms (max)
104 dB
Less than 0.8 µV for 12 dB SINAD
Notification, Part 15
B5DR307
Continuous Secure-Phase™
Diversity to maximize signal strength
Two 1/4-wave antennas; two antenna
adapters and extension cables;
rack mount adapters (1 short, 1 mid, 1 long);
adjustment screwdriver;
AC power supply; owner’s manual.
1.75 in x 7.5 in x 7.75 in without antennas
(44.5 x 190.5 x 196.85 mm)
2.06 lb / 1.06 kg
MT3000 Handheld Transmitter
Power Output:
Antenna:
Modulation:
Frequency Response:
Transducer:
10-mW terminated, 50-mW maximum
Internal
FM, ±40 kHz deviation w/50 us pre-emphasis
50 Hz to 15,000 Hz
Electro-Voice N/D767 Supercardioid (MSHN7)
Electro-Voice N/D267 Cardioid (MSHN2)
Supplied Accessory:
Deluxe stand adapter
Battery:
9 volt alkaline
Approvals:
FCC, Part 74H
Industry Canada RSS123
FCC Identification:
B5DH211
Size: 10.75 in. long (27.3 cm) x 2 in. (5.08 cm) max.
Weight
284 g (10 oz) without battery
MB3000 Bodypack Transmitter
Power Output:
Antenna:
Modulation:
TA4F Connector:
Frequency Response:
Microphone Input Sensitivity:
DC Power:
Approvals:
FCC Identification:
Size (HxWxD):
Weight:
10-mW terminated, 50-mW maximum
Permanently attached
FM, ±40 kHz Deviation w/50 us pre-emphasis
Pin 1: Ground; Pin 2: Mic Input;
Pin 3: +5 volt bias; Pin 4: +5 volt bias
fed through a 3 K ohm resistor for
2-wire electrets
50 Hz to 15,000 Hz
7.8 mV for full deviation
9 volt alkaline battery
FCC, Part 74H
Industry Canada RSS123
B5DB108A
4.5 in x 2.6 in x 1.25 in (no antenna)
(114.3 cm x 66 cm x 31.75 cm)
3.4 oz (9.6 grams) without battery
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Reduce the hassle and improve the results of your pre-concert
soundchecks with the Electro-Voice® RTM-1 Remote Test Wireless
System. The RTM-1 provides a wireless link between your calibrated measurement microphone and audio analyzer. That means you
can quickly test multiple locations from the front row to the nosebleed seats in the time it would take to haul long mic cables to just
one spot.
•
•
•
Wireless link between test microphone and audio analyzer
allows faster, easier measurement of large performance spaces
Works with most measurement microphones
Non-companded transmission does not affect audio quality
The key feature of the RTM-1 is the compander on/off switches
on both the receiver and bodypack transmitter. Wireless mic systems normally use companding (compressing/expanding) to stuff
more dynamic range through narrow wireless channels. But companding can also add coloration or distortion to the signal. The
RTM-1 lets you defeat the compander circuit, leaving the signal
from mic to analyzer unchanged.
The RTM-1 system includes a bodypack transmitter in a rugged
metal case with a mic stand mounting strap and a LEMO-to-XLR
adapter cable to accommodate most calibrated microphones. The
RTM-1 receiver includes two detachable 1/2-wave antennas, and
can be rack-mounted with optional hardware.
MOUNTING STRAP
LEMO-to-XLR ADAPTER CABLE
AC ADAPTER (as pictured at right)
RTM-1
Receiver
Controls
Front Panel:
Rear Panel:
Indicators
Diversity Lights:
Audio Meter:
RF Meter:
Connectors
Antennas
RF Specifications
Frequency:
Diversity:
RF Sensitivity:
FCC type acceptance:
Audio Specifications
Frequency Response:
Audio Output Level:
Distortion:
Signal to Noise Ratio:
Dynamic Range:
Audio Specifications
Signal to Noise Ratio:
Power On/Off
Microphone Output Adjustment
Compander on/off
Indicates antenna phase relationship
Shows audio signal level from the transmitter
Shows the RF signal strength
XLR balanced output
Detachable 1/2- wave ground independent
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
RTM-1 System
•
•
•
566.3, 590.3, 614.3, 638.3, or 662.3MHz
Full True Diversity
<0.5uV for 12 dB SINAD
Approved under Part 15
(compander active)
50 Hz – 15 kHz ± 1 dB
-50 dBm to –10 dBm into 200 Ohms
Less that 0.5%
110 dB typical
100 dB
(compander inactive)
62 dB typical
Transmitters
Controls
RTM-1 Transmitter
is shown with the mounting strap and cable adapter.
(Microphone and mic stand not included)
Indicators
Battery Life
Antenna
Connector
RF Output
Size
Power on/off switch
Audio mute on/off switch
Audio gain adjustment with 40 dB range
Compander on/off
Red LED low battery indicator
10 hours with 9-volt alkaline
1/4-wave detachable
Microphone input 4-Pin LEMO
Pin 1: ground;
Pin 2: Mic input;
Pin 3: +5V bias;
Pin 4: +5V through 3k ohm
45 mW typical, 50 mW max
3.75 in. x 2.5 in. x .75 in. (96 mm x 64 mm x 19 mm)
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WIRELESS MICROPHONES
On stages, in broadcast and recording studios, in theatres, in stadiums and houses of
worship — EV products are used everywhere. Electro-Voice Cobalt wireless systems were conceived to meet the needs of
professional users who want EV quality
and reliability on a budget. Choose from
handheld, lapel, headset or instrument systems in VHF or UHF.
VHF Cobalt®
The R100 VHF systems operate in the frequency band between 174.100 and
185.350 MHz (channels 7-8 in the TV
band). With the R100 Series, having EV
wireless freedom has never been more
affordable, cost-effective or practical. The
R100’s rock-solid RF performance is the
result of superior design and state-of-theart manufacturing. The R100 receiver can
also be rack mounted with the optional
RMR accessory kit.
UHF Cobalt
The R200 UHF systems operate in the
710.000-721.350 MHz band (channels
54-55 in the TV band). The chief advantage of the UHF band is that there are far
fewer chances of interference problems
since the frequency range is less crowded.
With the R200U systems, there is a wider
selection of premium high-performance
microphones for better audio performance plus the receivers have 1/4-inch
unbalanced and balanced mic-level 3-pin
XLR-type output connectors. The R200
receiver can also be rack mounted with
the optional RMR accessory kit.
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Cobalt® Receivers
Cobalt® Handheld Transmitters
Cobalt® Instrument Systems
Cobalt handheld systems combine EV’s classically
styled, ergonomically contoured transmitter with
famous EV microphone transducers. Separate on/off
and mute switches give you operational flexibility and
eliminate popping common in single switch transmitters. The R100 and R200 systems feature the Co7
dynamic and Co11 condenser microphones.
Most wireless guitar systems are just a microphone
bodypack with a 1/4-inch connector. The Cobalt instrument systems are designed specifically to bring out the
transient detail and wide dynamics of a guitar. The companding circuit provides wide dynamic range and accurately captures the “plugged in” essence of the instrument's sound. Frequency response to 20 Hz for outstanding
reproduction of down-tuned 7-string guitars or bass.
Cobalt® Bodypack Transmitters
R200 XTU Universal Plug-On
UHF Transmitter
Cobalt bodypacks have options to fit virtually any wireless application. Each system features an oversized
switch for easy, silent muting and a separate on/off
switch. R100 systems offer hardwired lavalier (lapel)
condenser microphones and a 1/4-inch instrument
plug. R100 headworn and all R200 bodypacks come
with TA4 connectors to allow easy interchangeability of
mics. There is a collection of lavalier and headworn
microphones for R200 systems to perfectly meet any
requirement.
With EV’s XTU UHF transmitter, you can turn most any
dynamic or electret microphone into a wireless by simply plugging it into the XLR connector. The XTU has a
gain adjustment control with wide range to allow optimum level matching to your microphone.
R100
RF Frequency Range:
Audio Frequency Response:
Harmonic Distortion:
Radiated RF Output:
Audio Output Level:
Battery Life:
Available Systems:
174.100-203.200 MHz (11 stock frequencies)
20 Hz-15 kHz +/- 2 dB
<0.5%
35-45 mW typical,
50 mW maximum
.775 V rms into 100 kΩ load
8-12 hours typical
R100VHC7 Electro-Voice Co7 Handheld Dynamic
R100VHC11 Electro-Voice Co11 Handheld Condenser
R100VL Electro-Voice OLM10 Lavalier Condenser
R100VE Electro-Voice HM2 Headworn Condenser
R100VG Electro-Voice Guitar System
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
Cobalt receivers utilize EV’s Secure-Phase™ diversity circuitry to provide the strongest, cleanest signal possible.
Unlike other diversity circuits that switch antennas or
signals, Secure-Phase uses the signal from both antennas at all times to increase signal strength, minimize
dropouts and lower the potential for interference.
Secure-Phase is a real breakthrough in maximizing signal strength for better audio performance and increased
range. The Cobalt receivers have fixed front mounted
1/4-wave antennas for easy setup and can be rack
mounted with the RMR accessory kit.
R200
710.100-721.350 MHz (8 stock frequencies)
20-15 kHz +/- 2 dB
<0.5%
35-45 mW typical,
50 mW maximum
.775 V rms into 100 kΩ load
8-12 hours typical
R200UHC7 Electro-Voice Co7 Handheld Dynamic
R200UHC11 Electro-Voice Co11 Handheld Condenser
R200UL Electro-Voice ULM20 Lavalier Condenser
R200UE Electro-Voice HM2 Headworn Condenser
R200UG Electro-Voice Guitar System
R200UT Electro-Voice Plug-On System
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RC510
RCSA
HM2
MSSA
AN-Flex
WP1000
AN-Sflex
BC1000
ULM20
HM7
MAC-2
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
HM311
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MAC-G2
CS200TEX
RE90TEX
MAC-G
Electro-Voice Wireless Mic Accessories
OLM10
RC767a
RC510
Omnidirectional lavalier mic with TA4F
Dynamic N/D 767a mic cartridge for use with RE-1 wireless system
Condenser RE510 mic cartridge for use with RE-1 wireless system
AN-Flex X
1/4-wave RE-1 bodypack transmitter antenna - semi flexible
(X denotes frequency band)
AN-Sflex X
1/4-wave RE-1 bodypack transmitter antenna - very flexible
(X denotes frequency band)
RCSA
Mic stand adapter for handheld transmitters
(NDYM, MS3000, R100/200) black
MSSA
BC1000
WP1000
HM2
ULM20
MAC-2
HM311
HM7
MAC-G2
Deluxe mic stand adapter (RE-1 and others)
Beltclip with tab and screw for use with CSB-1000
Leather pouch for RE-1 bodypack transmitter
Headworn cardioid mic with TA4F
Unidirectional lavalier mic with TA4F
XLR to TA4F adapter cable
Crown model CM-311 touring level headworn cardioid mic with TA4F
Touring grade headworn cardioid mic with TA4F
George L’s© guitar cable for RE-1 bodypack transmitter
(TA4F to 1/4“ plug, incl. right angle & straight)
CS200TEX
RE90TX
MAC-G
Cardioid lavalier mic with TA4F
Premium omnidirectional lavalier mic with TA4F
Guitar cable, 3ft length, TA4F to 1/4-inch, for use with N/DYM® guitar transmitters
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RM-D
APD-4
RM-S
AB-2
CLA
TP-2
CXU
ANU-14
Electro-Voice Wireless Accessories - Antennas etc.
APD-4
UHF Antenna/power distribution system (provides power and RF signals
for 4 units) for use with NRSCU, MS3000 & RE-1
RM-S
Rack-mount kit - single (for one receiver) works with NDYM, RTM-1
and MS3000 receivers
RM-D
Rack-mount kit - double (for two receivers) works with NDYM, RTM-1
and MS3000 receivers
(not pictured) Rack-mount kit for one or two Cobalt® receivers
Universal mounting bracket for 1/2-wave antennas, with 10-foot coax cable
Directional log periodic antenna with mounting hardware and 10-foot coax
1/2-wave UHF antenna (X denotes frequency band)
50 ohm TNC termination plug for use with APD-4
RM-R
AB-2
LPA500
CLA-X
TP-2
CXU-X
Low-loss coax cable (X designates length, 25, 50, 75 or 100) for use with mote
mount antennas
ANU-14
1/4-wave UHF antenna for use with MS3000 and NRSCU (part # 879010)
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
LPA-500
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The FMR-1000 UHF wireless microphone system is a
breakthrough frequency-agile system that mixes the
power of fully programmable channels with the simplicity of Advanced ClearScan™.
With a push of two buttons, Advanced ClearScan™
finds the clearest group of channels and you can set up
16 system installations in minutes with confidence you
have the clearest channels in the clearest group. A
unique sound check screen allows one person to walk
test a transmitter with tangible results. For clear vocals,
the HT-1000 handheld microphone features a choice
between two Electro-Voice® microphone elements, the
N/DYM® 767a dynamic with VOB™ (Vocally Optimized
Bass) technology and the new RE 510 professional condenser element.
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
System Features
• Up to 16 systems can operate simultaneously from
the preset channels. For more than 16 channels,
Telex can help you with the coordination and channel selection.
• Advanced ClearScan™, automatic group and channel
selections, for quick and simple system setup.
• Over 950 possible channels.
• Front panel parametric equalizer with Level, Q, and
frequency controls for sound shaping without a mixing board.
• Backlit LCD Display shows the Group/Channel,
transmitter battery status, diversity operation, RF
and Audio level meters, and space for a custom label.
• Cast magnesium bodypack transmitter, and over
molded Warm-Grip™ handheld transmitter with
detachable microphone elements.
• Unique battery circuit means there is no way to put
the battery in wrong.
• Patented DSP Posi-Phase™ Diversity System.
• Three Year Warranty
FMR-1000L
FMR-1000H/L
BODYPACK SYSTEM
COMBO SYSTEM
•
•
•
•
•
•
• MR-1000 950 channel UHF receiver
• HT-1007 EV 767a NDYM
handheld transmitter
• WT-1000 bodypack transmitter
• ELM-22S Omni Lapel microphone
• Rack mount hardware for single/dual mount
• Two 1/4-wave antennas
• In-line power supply
FMR-1000 950 channel UHF receiver
WT-1000 bodypack transmitter
ELM-22 micromini omni lav mic
Rack mount hardware for single/dual mount
Two 1/4-wave antennas
In-line power supply
FMR-1000WT
BODYPACK SYSTEM
Same as above without microphone
FMR-1000
SYNTHESIZED WIRELESS MIC RECEIVER
FMR-1000HD
HANDHELD SYSTEM
•
•
•
•
•
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FMR-1000 950 channel UHF receiver
HT-1007 EV 767a NDYM handheld transmitter
Rack mount hardware for single/dual mount
Two 1/4-wave antennas
In-line power supply
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Posi-Phase Diversity*
Adjustable amplitude squelch
950 selectable channels
Balanced XLR output
1/4” adjustable line output
Rack mount hardware
Two 1/4-wave antennas and in-line
power supply
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Receiver
Controls
Front Panel:
Rear Panel:
Indicators
LCD Backlit Display:
Connectors
Back Panel:
Antennas
RF Specifications
Frequency Range:
Number of Channels:
Diversity:
Receiver Type:
RF Sensitivity:
Agency Approvals:
Audio Specifications
Frequency Response:
Audio Output Level:
Line Level
Balanced
Distortion:
Signal to Noise Ratio:
Dynamic Range:
General Specifications
Power Supply:
Size:
HT-1000
Transmitter
Controls
On/Off, menu, set, up, down buttons, parametric EQ
(level -12 dB to + 12 dB, Q 3.0 - 0.1,
frequency 100 - 2 kHz)
1/4 inch output level
Power on/off
Audio gain adjustment with 26 dB range
Transmit power switch
Menu, set, up, down buttons
Displays
Group, channel, diversity, label, squelch,
set-up screen,transmitter battery level,
audio signal amplitude, RF signal strength.
1/4 inch unbalanced adjustable output
XLR balanced output
USB programming port
5 pin strip connector
Pin 1: Transmitter “On” TTL signal
Pin 2: Battery low TTL signal
Pin 3: Logic ground
Pin 4: Unbalanced line level audio output
Pin 5: Audio common (ground)
Detachable 1/4-wave
A Band 680 – 704 MHz (TV Channels 49, 50, 51, 52)
B Band 722 – 746 MHz (TV Channels 56, 57, 58, 59)
950 possible (programmable in 25kHz steps)
DSP PosiPhase true diversity
synthesized PLL agile UHF
<0.8uV for 12 dB SINAD
FCC, IC
Battery Life
Antenna
Microphone Elements
RF Output
Normal
High
Size
5 mW (typical)
50 mW (typical)
10.5 in. long (26.8 cm)
WT-1000
Handheld Transmitter
Controls
Power on/off switch
Audio gain adjustment with 40 dB range
Transmit power switch
Microphone/Instrument switch (0, -20 dB)
Menu, set, up, down buttons
100 – 15 kHz +/- 2 dB microphone
30 – 15 kHz +/- 2 dB instrument
8 mV - 0.775V RMS into a 100 k ohm load
-20 dBV max (@40kHz deviation)
Less that 0.5% (@1kHz, 40kHz deviation)
>110 dB (A)
>100 dB
LCD display (channel and group, frequency,
battery level), red LED battery low indicator
8 hours with 9V alkaline (typical)
Internal 1/2- wave
EV N/D 767a Dynamic or RE 510 Condenser
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
FMR-1000
Indicators
Battery Life
Antenna
Connector
Red LED low battery indicator
LCD display (channel/group, frequency, battery level)
8 hours with 9V alkaline (typical)
External 1/4-wave detachable
TA4M input for microphone
Pin 1 ground, pin 2 mic input
Pin 3 +5V bias, pin 4 +5V through 3k ohm
External 12 VAC 750mA in-line with cord
1.72” H x 7.50” W x 8.38” D
43.69mm H x 190.50mm W x 212.85mm D
RF Output
Normal
High
Case Material
Size
5 mW (typical)
50 mW (typical)
Cast magnesium
4.4 in. x 2.6 in. x .9 in.
111 mm x 66 mm x 23 mm
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The Telex® FMR-10 UHF wireless microphone system is
a 10-channel, frequency-agile system that provides superb sound and pro-quality features at a truly amazing
price.
The FMR-10 offers the latest wireless technology innovations, including ClearScan™ automatic channel selec-
tion. At the push of a button, ClearScan™ scans for and
selects a clear channel for trouble-free operation. And
for clear vocals, the HT-10D handheld microphone
transmitter features an Electro-Voice® N/DYM® 767a
dynamic mic element with VOB™ (Vocally Optimized
Bass) technology.
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
Key features
• 10-channel UHF frequency-agile system with
ClearScan™ auto channel selection allows quick setup, transmitter matching, and new channel selection
if RF conditions change.
• Optimized channel frequencies allow up to 10 systems to operate simultaneously by combining channels from low and high bands, or up to 7 channels
within one band.
• Posi-Phase™ Diversity receiver technology provides
clear, drop-out-free audio.
• Front panel RF and audio level indicators.
• Rack-mount hardware included.
• Three-year warranty.
FMR-10
Receiver
Front panel:
Rear panel:
Channel set:
Diversity:
switches antennas.
RF Signal Strength:
Audio Signal Strength:
HT-10D
Handheld Transmitter
Channel-set button increments channel setting by one;
also activates ClearScan™ and channel-change lockout.
Squelch adjust.
7-segment LCD.
A ≠or B LEDs indicate when diversity circuitry
4-segment LED indicates strength of received signal.
4-segment LED indicates audio signal amplitude.
XLR mic-level balanced output.
Controls
Battery Life
Antenna
RF Output
Size
WT-10
Antennas
1/4-wave, detachable from rear panel.
Remote antennas and the UAD-2 antenna splitters
can be used with FMR-10 receiver.
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RF Specifications
Frequency range:
Number of channels:
Diversity technology:
Receiver type:
RF sensitivity:
FCC type acceptance:
Synthesized PLL
< 0.8 µV for 12 dB SINAD
Approved under Part 15.
Audio Specifications
Frequency response:
Audio output:
Distortion:
Signal-to-noise ratio:
Dynamic range:
50–15,000 Hz ±2 dB
-20 dBV (balanced XLR, 600-ohm load)
Less than 0.5%
≥ 94 dB
100 dB
General Specifications
Size (receiver housing):
7.5 in (190 mm) x 5.75 in (145 mm) x 1.7 in (43 mm)
Power on/off switch. Audio mute switch.
Audio gain adjust with 40 dB adjustment range.
Channel select rotary switch.
Approximately 8–10 hours with 9V alkaline.
Internal 1/2-wave.
10–15 mW typical.
10.75 in (273 mm) long.
Bodypack Transmitter
Controls
710–734 MHz in two bands
10
True diversity with Posi-Phase™
Power on/off switch.
Audio mute switch.
Audio gain adjust with 40 dB adjustment range.
Channel select rotary switch.
Displays / Indicators
Battery Life
Antenna
Connectors
RF Output
Size
Power on/low battery LED. Red LED flashes on
power-up to indicate good battery. LED stays on to
indicate low battery voltage.
Approximately 8–10 hours with 9V alkaline.
External 1/4-wave.
TA4F input for mic or guitar.
Pin 1: ground. Pin 2: mic input. Pin 3: +5V bias.
Pin 4: +5V bias fed through 3k Ω resistor
for two-wire electret mics.
10-15 mW typical.
2.5 in (63.5 mm) x 4.375
in (111.125 mm) x 0.875 in (22.225 mm)
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situation from news gathering operations to live performances.
You’re making a sound decision when you choose Telex
ENG products. From news gathering operations to live
performance communications to event videography,
we’ve got your wireless audio needs covered.
Acclaimed for superior RF and audio performance, the
Telex line of portable UHF receivers and accessories is
built to withstand the rigors of delivering audio for
video under any circumstance you may encounter.
You’ll also enjoy the ultimate in flexibility because Telex
ENG products are designed to interface with nearly any
audio system or camera.
Key features
• Frequency-agile 1000-channel ENG-100 UHF receiver mounts on and interfaces with virtually all
professional camcorders.
• Dual integral antennas and Posi-Phase diversity
assures clear, superior RF quality & drop-out free
audio.
• ENG-100 Receiver features side-mounted controls,
XLR mic level output, headphone output and operation via either two AA batteries or external power
supply.
• UT-102 universal plug-on transmitter works with
any dynamic and most condenser mics. Ideal for use
with Electro-Voice RE50 – the classic TV reporters
handheld ENG mic.
ENG-100
RF Frequency Range
RF Sensitivity
RF Stability
Channels
Modulation Type
Receiver Type
Image Rejection
Hum and Noise
Squelch
Squelch Quieting
Squelch Level
Ultimate Quieting
Diversity
Audio Output
Headphone
Line Out
Mic Out
Audio Frequency Response
Audio Distortion
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Input Power
Temperature Range
Battery Life (Alkaline)
FCC
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
The versatility of the Telex ENG-100 makes it the UHF
receiver of choice for a wide range of environments.
Designed to perform reliably under the harsh conditions
of news gathering, the ENG-100 is also appropriate for
event or corporate video, industrial and institutional
applications. This rugged, compact receiver, which
offers 100 channel frequency agility, delivers superior
audio performance on any of 100 selectable channels in
the 668 to 746 MHZ RF frequency range. Two integral
antennas and a built-in Posi-Phase diversity system
assure reception in the most difficult situations. Two AA
alkaline batteries supply power to the unit. The ENG100 also features an internal headphone amplifier and
an adjustable audio output control to accommodate any
668 to 680 MHz & 734 to 746 MHz
Less than 1.0 mV for 12 dB SINAD
0.005% or better
100
FM, 40 KHz nominal
Single conversion, 10.7 MHz I.F.
65 dB or better
-100 dB
Fixed, internal,
31.250 KHz tone + amplitude
100 dB
1.5 mV
90 dB
Phase Diversity
16 to 32 Ohms
None
-10 to -60 dBV into 200 Ohms
50 to 15,000 Hz +/- 1 dB
Less than 1%
110 dB
2 AA Size alkaline batteries or
9 to 17 vDC external
-4°F to 130°F (-20°C to 55°C)
6-8 Hours
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WIRELESS MICROPHONES
A truly professional level system, the FMR-70 offers the
affordability and reliability of VHF in an advanced full
diversity radio. The FMR-70 is perfect for any fixed installation and can be mixed with UHF product to maximize the number of simultaneous systems without
breaking the budget.
FMR-70
Receiver
RF Frequency Range:
Audio Response
Signal to Noise
RF Sensitivity
Squelch Quieting
Ultimate Quieting
Audio Output
Output Type
Visual Displays
Power Requirements
Weight
Size (WDH)
Agency Approvals
RF Output Power
Antenna Type
Battery Type
Battery Life
Audio Input
Audio Controls
Microphone
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165 – 216 MHz
50 – 15,000 Hz +/- 1 dB
100dB, Typical
<0.5uV, 12dB SINAD
90dB
>94dB
-60 dBm to –10dBm
Balanced XLR
4 segment Audio Meter
2 segment diversity
Transmit On Indicator
13Vac
1 lb, 8 oz.
7.5 in. x 8 in. x 1.75 in.
19.2 cm x 20.5 cm x 4.5 cm
FCC, IC
HT-200
WT-55
Handheld Transmitter
45mW
Internal Omnidirectional
9 Volt Alkaline
10 – 12 Hours (Alkaline)
Bodypack Transmitter
50mW
wave pigtail
9 Volt Alkaline
8 - 9 Hours (Alkaline)
Low Z, 100 – 10k ohm
Mic Gain Level
Mic Gain Level
Telex 65 Condenser
EV N/D 767a Dynamic
Key Features
• Outstanding audio quality with 100 dB signal-to
noise ratio (104 dB A weighted)
• Advanced audio companding
• Posi-Squelch Auto Suppression system featuring a
true noise squelch for optimum system quieting.
• Patented Posi-Phase Auto-Diversity circuitry to eliminate drop-outs and noise-ups from phase cancellation and multipath. Computer matched IF filters
for maximum filtering and audio quality.
• Balanced mic level audio output with variable level
control
• Front panel audio, carrier detector, and diversity
phase indicator LED’s
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There are many applications where a fixed frequency
wireless system has some advantages. The UR-700 is
the perfect mix of modern features and crystal frequen-
cy control. With professional quality transmitters and
high-end audio performance, the UR-700 is a mainstay
for many contractors and installers.
UR-700
Receiver
HT-700
Handheld Microphone Transmitter
The HT-700 Handheld Microphone Transmitter features
a tapered design, with a slip resistant rubberized finish.
This provides for a positive feel, as well as a reduction in
handling noise. A recessed power switch and raised mic
on/off switch provide tactical feel for both operations.
A low battery indicator alerts user when a change is
necessary. Internally, a 9 volt battery provides 8 to 12
hours of use under normal operating conditions. A gain
control allows adjustment to the level of the audio circuit. The HT-700 is available with a choice of both
dynamic and condenser heads.
WT-700
Beltpack Transmitter
The WT-700 Beltpack Transmitter is a compact, rugged
design suitable for most any portable application. A
sliding, recessed power switch inhibits inadvertent turn
off. A raised bat handle style audio toggle switch provides positive feel when worn on belt or concealed
under clothing. A TA4 style mic connector adapts to virtually any type of lapel microphone, and provides a
locking connection to keep microphone in place. The
metal belt clip is a 90 degree, rotatable design that
allows vertical or horizontal orientation. The captive
style battery door opens to provide access to the 9 volt
battery that powers the unit. Typical battery life of the
WT-700 is 8 to 12 hours under normal operating conditions. A top mounted low battery light alerts user when
battery requires changing.
UR-700
RF Frequency Range:
Channels:
RF Stability:
Modulation Type:
Type:
IF Bandwidth:
Image Rejection:
Squelch:
Audio Output:
Receiver Sensitivity:
Diversity:
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
Approvals:
Dimensions:
Weight:
690 to 725 MHz
One (within TV Channels 50 to 56)
0.005%
FM, 40 KHz nominal
Double Conversion, 65.75 MHz and 10.7 MHz
230 KHz, -3 dB points
65 dB or better
Amplitude, adjustable
XLR Jack (mic level)
22 mV RMS/200 ohm (max)
1/4 • Jack (line level)
adjustable 0.775 V RMS/100k lead (max)
Less than 0.8 µV for 12 d B SI NAD
Ful l TimeTrue Diversi t y. Both antennas
are employed at all times to maximize signals.
104 dB
FCC, IC
7. 5 • W x 1.25• H (no antenna) x 7.75• D
2 lb., 1 oz.
HT-700
Power Output:
Antenna:
Modulation:
Frequency Response System:
Microphone:
DC Power:
Battery Life:
Battery Indicator:
DYNAMIC:
Dimensions:
Weight:
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
A back-lit front panel provides an easily distinguishable
display of RF, Diversity, and Audio Level status. Additionally, a front mounted squelch adjustment provides
for fine tuning of precise squelch levels. The rear panel
features dual TNC connectors for antenna mounting.
These provide superior electrical and mechanical performance to other connectors. This is especially important
when employed with UHF frequencies. Balanced XLR
Mic Level and adjustable unbalanced line level outputs
make the UR-700 adaptable to almost any P.A. system.
A power cord retainer helps prevent inadvertent
removal of power supply.
10 m W
Permanently attached
FM, ± 40 KHz Deviation nominal,
50 µs pre-emphasis
50 Hz to 15000 Hz
Dynamic N/D 969a
9 VDC
8 - 12 Hours
LED
9.75 • L (no antenna)x 2• max Dia.
9.7 oz. (no battery)
WT-700
Power Output:
Antenna:
Modulation:
Frequency Response System:
Microphone:
Battery Life:
Battery Indicator:
Dimensions:
Weight:
10 m W
Permanently attached
FM, ± 40 KHz Deviation nominal,
50 µs pre-emphasis
50 Hz to 15000 Hz
Dynamic or Electret, +5 VDC Bias
DC Power: 9 VDC
8 - 12 Hours
LED
2.6• W x 4.5• H (no antenna)x 1.25• D
3.5 oz.
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Telex ProStar practically invented the genre of affordable wireless
microphones. Simple to use, great sounding, and highly portable,
the ProStar UHF and VHF systems continue to be a great value.
When you need professional quality in a basic wireless, think ProStar.
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
ProStar VHF
Handheld System
The VR12N1 system features the VR12
receiver and a VH12N1 dynamic mic with an
Electro-Voice® N/D 167 neodymium dynamic
cartridge. The engineers at Telex designed a
very innovative built-in antenna that eliminates interference and substantially increases
the range of the system.
Bodypack Systems
VR12N1
VR12L/VR12H
The VR12L lapel mic or VR12H headworn
mic system give you the freedom to move —
at a conference, aerobics class, or on a concert stage.
Guitar System
The VGR12S system was conceived, designed,
and constructed for one instrument only —
the guitar. The VGR12S captures everything
from the window-rattling lows and searing
highs of a solid body, to the subtlety and
nuances of a jazz guitar or acoustic/electric.
VGR12S
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ProStar UHF
Handheld System
The UR12N1 and the UR12N2 include a well-balanced
transmitter/mic body with an Electro-Voice® N/D 167
and an EV N/D 267a neodymium dynamic cartridge.
These advanced elements have Voice-Optimized Bass
(VOB™) for crisp, clear vocals.
Bodypack Systems
The UR12L system comes with a Telex WLM-10 mic
and lightweight, convenient UB12 beltpack transmitter.
The UR12H features the Electro-Voice® HM2 uni-directional electret headworn mic with the UB12 beltpack.
Telex’s legendary performance and reliability are built
into every system.
Plug On System
The UR12T includes a unique transmitter that plugs
onto any dynamic microphone and and +5V condenser
microphone and makes it wireless. The UT-12 transmitter is a great way to provide a wireless microphone for
occasional applications.
VR12
RF Frequency Range:
Audio Frequency Response:
Harmonic Distortion:
Radiated RF Output:
Audio Output Level:
Battery Life:
Available Systems:
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
UR12
UR12
174.100-185.350 MHz (8 stock frequencies)
20 Hz-15 kHz +/- 2 dB
<0.5%
35-45 mW typical,
50 mW maximum
775 V rms into 100 k& load
8-12 hours typical
710.100-721.350 MHz (8 stock frequencies)
20-15 kHz +/- 2 dB
<0.5%
35-45 mW typical,
50 mW maximum
.775 V rms into 100 k& load
8-12 hours typical
VR12N1 Electro-Voice N/D 167 Handheld Dynamic
VR12C AT 831b Lavalier unidirectional Condenser
VR12L WLM10 Omnidirectional Lavalier Condenser
VR12H Electro-Voice HM2 Headworn Condenser
VR12A Aerobics WP-23 Headworn Condenser
VR12S Bodypack Guitar System
UR12N1 Electro-Voice N/D 167 Handheld Dynamic
UR12N2 Electro-Voice N/D 267a Handheld Dynamic
UR12L WLM10 Omnidirectional Lavalier Condenser
UR12C AT-831b Unidirectional Lavalier Condenser
UR12H Electro-Voice HM2 Headworn Condenser
UR12S Bodypack Guitar System
UR12T ProStar Plug-On System
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Assisitive Listening Systems
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
Telex SoundMate™ personal listening systems help overcome background noise and poor building acoustics that
can make listening difficult for the hearing impaired
listener. A Telex base station, portable belt pack transmitter, your choice of receivers, and a wide assortment
of accessories allow you to meet the needs of individuals who require hearing assistance.
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ST-200
PST-16
Transmitter
Transmitter
The ST-200 Base Transmitter features 16 user selectable
frequencies controlled by a front mounted selector
switch, a headphone jack with adjustable level for input
signal monitoring, and a peak reading LED display for
visual input monitoring. On the back of the unit is a balanced XLR-3F with selectable mic, line, and 70 volt
input options, as well as an unbalanced 1/4” input. An
input attenuator and hi/low RF power switch as additional back panel features.
The PST-16 Belt Pack Transmitter may be set to any one
of the 16 channels, and operates on frequencies in the
72-76 MHz band. It is lightweight, battery operated
and includes a small electric lapel microphone for convenient portable use. The PST-16 has two audio input
jacks. The Auxiliary input is designed to allow audio
devices such as teacher’s aids or tape players. The second jack is normally used for microphone and is located
on the top panel.
SR-100
SR-50
Receiver
Receiver
THE SR-100 16 CHANNEL RECEIVER is the perfect
solution to multiple transmitter hearing assistance systems. The SR-100 features an advanced digital PLL synthesizer to tune all 16 narrow-band frequencies offered
in the 72-76 MHz band. The receiver also includes a
special high frequency contour filter and boost switch to
increase the intelligibility of the audio signal. Additional
features include a battery saving automatic power shutoff when the earphone is unplugged.
THE SR-50 SINGLE CHANNEL RECEIVER provides clear
reception and the simplicity of a fixed channel. This economical receiver operates on one of 16 fixed narrowband frequencies in the 72-76 MHz band. Ergonomic
raised volume control knob make level adjustments easily accessible by feel. Recessed headphone jack provides
extra protection for earphone connections. Two AA
batteries give up to 30 hours continuous battery life.
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SMP - 1 SYSTEM
SM-1 SYSTEM Includes:
(1) ST-200 base transmitter,
(4) SR-50 receivers
(4) SEB-1 earbuds
(1) SoundMate wall plaque.
(SM case sold separately).
(1) PST-16 portable belt pack transmitter
(6) SR-50 single channel receivers
(6) HED-2 collapsible headphones
(14) AA Alkaline batteries
(1) Deluxe system carrying case
(1) SCHS-745 head worn microphone
(1) User manual for SR-50 and PST-16
ST-200
16-channel Transmitter
RF Frequency Range
Modulation: FM
Signal-To-Noise Ratio
Maximum Deviation
Maximum Rated Power
Audio Input
Antenna
Audio Controls
Power Requirements
Dimensions
FCC ID
Visual Indicators
RF Power Switch
SR-200
16-channel RECEIVER
72 to 76 MHz
±25 KHz deviation
58 dB (64 dB A weighted)
±25 KHz
50 mW
Balanced XLR-3F plus unbalanced 1/4”
1/4” wave omnidirectional whip
Audio input level, monitor jack volume
15-24 Vdc or 13 Vac; 115Vac 60 Hz @ 300 mA
plug-in wallpack power supply
H 1-3/4” (4.5 cm) x W 7-1/2” (19.2 cm) x
D 6-7/8” (17.5 cm)
B5DM508
5 segment audio level LED, power ON indicator
80K µV/m @ 3 m in hi
25K µV/m @ 3 m in low
Power Requirements
Audio Frequency Response
Modulation: FM
Sensitivity
Image Rejection
Signal-To-Noise Ratio
Distortion
Audio Output @ 10% distortion
Antenna Type
Audio Controls
Earphone Connector Type
Dimensions
Visual Indicators
External Jack
FCC ID
PST-16
16-channel Transmitter
Audio Input Characteristics
Antenna
Modulation: FM
Frequency Response (System)
Automatic Gain Control Range
System Signal-To-Noise
Preemphasis
Maximum Power
Power Requirements
FCC ID
(2) AA batteries, Alkaline or NICAD
30 hours Alkaline, 10 hours NICAD
<3 dB Variation (100 Hz-10 KHz)
±25 KHz deviation
0.5 µV typical, 1.0 µV maximum,12 dB SINAD
>65 dB
>65 dB
<2% T.H.D.
into 8 Ohms: 2.0V / 15mW 3.0V / 80mV
into 32 Ohms: 2.0V / 10mW 3.0V / 50mW
1/4-wave omnidirectional, in earphone cord
Volume, On/Off, High frequency boost control
3.5 mini stereo or mono
H 4” (101 mm) x W 2-3/4” (70 mm) x D 1” (25 mm)
Backlit On/Tuning indicator
Audio Output/Charger
B5DE405
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
SM - 1 SYSTEM
SR-50
Receiver
Mic TA4M connector, 7.75 mV RMS input
for ±25 KHz deviation. Impedance, 10K Ohms,
nominal. Aux. Input, Female 1/8”. 100 mV
Unbalanced, 10K Ohms, nominal
Permanently attached trailing wire
±25 KHz deviation
100 Hz to 10,000 Hz
30 dB
58 dB
100 µ seconds
80K µV/m @ 3 m
(2) AA batteries, Alkaline or NICAD
8 hours Alkaline, 4 hours NICAD
B5DM509
Power Requirements
Audio Frequency Response
Sensitivity
Signal-To-Noise @ 1 mV Input
Distortion
Audio Output @ 10% distortion
Controls
Dimensions
Visual Indicators
External Jack
FCC ID
(2) AA batteries, Alkaline or NICAD
30 hours Alkaline, 10 hours NICAD
<3 dB Variation (100 Hz-10 KHz)
0.5 µV typical, 1.0 µV maximum,
12 dB SINAD
>60 dB
<2% T.H.D.
into 8 Ohms: 2.0V / 15mW 3.0V / 80mV
into 32 Ohms: 2.0V / 10mW 3.0V / 50mW
Volume/On/Off Switch
H 4” (101 mm) x W 2-3/4” (70 mm) x D 1” (25 mm)
Backlit On/Tuning indicator
3.5mm Audio Output/Charger
B5DE401
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RSB-2
MAC-2
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
WLM-200
AT-Pro8
AT-831B
SCHS-745/746
WLM 50
PH21
WP-1000
ELM-22S
ELM-33S
WP-23
TELEX Wireless Microphones Accessories
MAC-2
RSB-2
PH23
WLM-200
AT-Pro8
AT-831B
WLM50
PH21
SCHS-745/746
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PH23
XLR to TA4F adapter cord
Referee mic switch box (TA4F) (RSB-1 with Lemo connector)
note: bodypack transmitters must be modified for use with RSB switch box.
Headworn unidirectional mic with TA4F
Omnidirectional lapel mic with TA4F
Headworn mic with AT dynamic element with TA4F
AT unidirectional lapel mic with TA4F
Omnidirectional lapel mic with TA4F
Headworn unidirectional mic with TA4F
ELM-22S
ELM-33S
WP-23
Special Projects headworn mics with TA4F
(746 is water-resistant/for aerobics use)
Premium omnidirectional lapel mic with TA4F
Premium unidirectional lapel mic with TA4F
Aerobics sports pouch for use with bodypack transmitter
WP-1000
Leather bodypack pouch for use with WT-1000
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UAD-2
RM-D
AD-450
RM-S
TP-2
AB-2
ANU-14
ALP-450
ANC-58
CLA
TELEX Wireless Accessories - Antennas, Coax & Hardware
UAD-2
RM-D
AD-450
RM-S
12-RM
ALP-450
TP-2
ANU-14
AB-2
ANC-58X
CLA-X
CXU-X
AD-200
ALP-1
UHF narrowband (600-780 MHz) antenna splitter/combiner, provides RF
and power for 4 receivers
Rack-mount kit - double (for two receivers) works with FMR-1000, FMR-10, FMR-70
and UR-700 receivers
UHF wideband (520-760 MHz) antenna splitter/combiner, provides RF and
power for 4 receivers
Rack-mount kit - single (for one receiver) works with FMR-1000, FMR-10, FMR-70
and UR-700 receivers
(not pictured) Rack-mount kit for one or two ProStar® receivers
Directional log periodic UHF antenna (450 - 900 MHz) with mounting
hardware & 10-foot coax
50 ohm TNC termination plug for use with UAD-2, AD-450
1/4-wave UHF antenna for use with FMR-1000, FMR-10, FMR-70 and UR-700
Universal mounting bracket for 1/2-wave antennas, with 10-foot coax cable
5/8 wave VHF antenna w/ right angle connector (X designates freq band)
1/2-wave UHF antenna (X denotes frequency band)
Low-loss coax cable (X designates length, 25, 50, 75 or 100) for use with
remote mount antennas
(not pictured) VHF wideband (150-234 MHz) antenna splitter/combiner,
provides RF and power for 4 receivers
(not pictured) Directional log periodic VHF antenna (150 - 234 MHz) with
mounting hardware and 10-foot coax
WIRELESS MICROPHONES
CXU
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APPLICATION GUIDE
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In 1934, Electro-Voice invented the humbucking coil for microphones, which is still
an industry standard almost 70 years later.
The invention was the beginning of EV’s
success in building microphones, but not
the end. Electro-Voice continues to set
new standards for microphone design
today. Electro-Voice was the first manufacturer to use neodymium-based magnet
structures (N/DYM®) in its microphones,
thus achieving higher output and condenser-like qualities such as crystal clarity
and reliable performance. Electro-Voice’s
goals in developing microphone technologies have always been the same: providing the highest sound quality, achieving
better and more comfortable handling for
the user, and continuing the company’s
tradition of legendary reliability and
warranty support. Its long list of patents
attests to its success in meeting these goals.
Variable-D®
Normal microphones generate increased
bottom end when used close up. This is
typically called the “proximity effect.”
While some lead vocalists like this effect
and use it to enhance their performance, it
is attainable only in closeup situations.
When the distance between the microphone and the source is extended, the
sound quality changes dramatically. Electro-Voice’s patented Variable-D® eliminates this disadvantage. On the rear side
of the diaphragm there is a perforated
pipe (interference duct) with precise sonic
Normal mic
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Variable-D® mic
slots at set distances. The duct provides
maximum damping which is completely
uncoloured and undistorted at 180-degree off-axis, ensuring the same frequency response as if the source was nearly onaxis.
Variable-D® designed microphones can be
used very close to other sound sources
with no loss in clarity or definition. This
makes them the preferred choice for tight
vocals and challenging instruments such
as brass. Variable-D® microphones like the
RE20 and RE27 are favorites with broadcast show hosts, vocal booths, voice-over
studios, and professional touring or rental
companies.
VOB™
Electro-Voice’s unique VOB™ technology
(Vocally-Optimized Bass) reduces low-frequency distortion in the microphone’s
output. Critical damping of the low-frequency resonant peak results in a microphone that replaces the “muddiness”
found in competitive models with greater
warmth and increased vocal intelligibility.
With a wider range of working distances
than other microphones, this intelligibility
ensures a clean, clear, consistent sound
that “cuts through the mix.”
VOB™ counteracts proximity effect, sibilance, and P-popping, thus assuring
maximum vocal intelligibility and musical
clarity.
with VOB™
without VOB™
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General Microphone Use Guidelines
1. Always point the microphone at the desired source and away from the sources of any
unwanted sound.
2. The microphone should be located close to the sound source to minimize interference
from other potential sound sources.
3. Use the 3-to-1 rule when using multiple microphones: place each microphone three
times farther away from other microphones as it is from the desired sound source. (if
the microphone is 1 foot away from the sound source, it should be 3 feet away from
the next closest microphone).
4. Minimize over-handling of the microphone to reduce unwanted mechnical noise.
5. Positioning the microphone close to the sound source will increase gain before feedback and will also increase the bass tone of the signal.
Miking techniques are a matter of personal preference. These are merely guidelines to
assist in the placement of the microphone to achieve optimal performance.
Usage
Best Mic Placement & Suggested EV mic for this usage
Snare Drum
Place mic 1-3“ above the heads, 1-2“ in from the rim. Aim each mic at
the top head angled down 45 degrees. If the drum rings, tape deadening material to the head or use damping rings. For more ”snare“
sound, place a 2nd mic under the drum aimed up at the bottom head.
Suggested mics: N/D 478, N/D 468, Co4
Electric Guitar
Place microphone approximately 1-2“ from and at a 90 degree angle to
the speaker cone. To reduce boominess, move the Bass microphone off
axis to the cone from 90 degress to 45 degrees, or move mic from center of cone to the edge.
Suggested Guitar Amplifier mics: RE20, N/D 868, N/D 468, Co4
Tom-Toms
On double headed toms, place mic 1-3“ over the top of the drum head
at a 45 degree angle to the drum surface and 1/2“ from the drum edge.
On single headed toms, use above method or place mic inside tom from
underneath at a 90 degree angle from the center of head, 3-5“ away.
Suggested mics: N/D 468, for floor tom - RE20, N/D 868
Cymbals
Place microphone one to two feet above the top of cymbals.
Suggested mics: RE200, RE1000
High-Hat
Place 5“ above outside edge at a 45 degree down angle.
Suggested mics: RE200, RE1000
Brass
6-24“ away, and on axis with the bell of the instrument.
Suggested mics: RE20, Co4, N/D 468
Acoustic Guitar
Place mic 6-12“ from where finger board joins the body.
Suggested mics: N/D 468, N/D 478, Co4, RE20, RE200, RE1000
APPLICATION GUIDE
Microphone Techniques for Musical Instruments
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Compatibility
The transmitter and receiver must be of the same frequency band and set to the same
group and channel or frequency in order to work together. Frequency agile products are
usually available in several frequency bands. Fixed frequency products must match exactly. The band or fixed frequency information is available on the back label of the receiver,
the bottom label on the handheld transmitter, and on the back panel label on the bodypack.
APPLICATION GUIDE
Using Multiple Wireless Systems
If two or more systems and/or other UHF/VHF wireless systems are being used in the
same location, proper frequency coordination is necessary to avoid interference. Contact
your dealer or Telex/EV for assistance if you are planning multiple systems or using new
Telex/EV systems with other existing wireless equipment.
Potential Sources of Interference
There are many potential sources of interference for your wireless system. Any electronic product that contains digital circuitry including digital signal processors (reverb/multieffects units), electronic keyboards, digital lighting controllers, CD and DVD players, and
computers, all emit RF energy that can adversely affect the performance of your wireless
system. It is always best to place the receiver as far away as possible from these devices
to minimize potential problems.
Analog and Digital Television stations can also interfere with your wireless system. It is
always best to consult the local authorities (like the FCC in the US) and find out what TV
channels are operating and plan for the future in the area of intended use. Once you
know what TV channels to avoid, you can select a fixed frequency or band of frequency
agile product to work in your area.
Battery Recommendations
Fresh 9-volt alkaline batteries from a quality manufacturer will yield the best performance
from your transmitters. Rechargeable 8.4-volt Ni-Cad batteries can be used but will result
in much shorter operational time.
When any Telex/EV transmitters are turned on, the red battery LED will flash once if the
battery is good. If the light does not light or stays lit continuously, the battery is weak or
dead. If the light comes on during use, the battery is weakening and should be replaced
as soon as possible. If sound quality degrades during use, it may be the result of a weakening battery.
Receiver and Antenna Placement
Do not place the receiver near a large metal object or surface. Locate the receiver as close
as possible to the area where the transmitter will be used. Ideally, position the
receiver/antennas are within sight of the transmitter. When using multiple systems, do
not allow antennas to cross or touch each other. For best results with multiple receivers,
use an appropriate antenna splitter.
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KARL DENSON
uses RE20
THERESA ANDERSON
uses RE510
FISHBONE
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02.07.2002
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America
USA:
Telex Communications Inc. 12000 Portland Ave South, Burnsville, MN 55337, USA, Phone: 952-884-4051, Fax: 952-884-0043
Canada (East):
Acoustik GE Inc. 5715 Kincourt, Montréal, PQ H4W 1Y7, Canada, Phone: 866-369-2864, 514-369-2864, Fax: 514-487-9525
Canada (Ontario):
HEK Marketing Inc. 27 Fearn Crescent, Ajax, ON L1S 5L7, Canada. Phone: 800-494 6770, Fax 905-619-0366
Canada (West):
KMT Pro Audio. 04-301 Nassau Street North, Winnipeg, MB R3L-2J5, Canada, Phone: 888-850-8811, Fax: 204-489-7614
Mexico:
Telex de Mexico S.A. de C.V., Av. Parque Chapultepec 66-202, Col. El Parque, Edo. de Mexico, Phone:+52 (55) 5358-5434, Fax:+52 (55) 5358-5588
Latin America:
Telex Communications Inc. 12000 Portland Ave South, Burnsville, MN 55337, USA, Phone: 952-887-5532, Fax: 952-736-4212
Europe, Africa & Middle-East
Germany:
Telex EVI Audio GmbH. Hirschberger Ring 45, D 94315, Straubing, Germany, Phone: +49 9421-706 0, Fax: +49 9421-706 265
France:
EVI Audio France S.A. Parc de Courcerin, Allée Lech Walesa, F 77185 Lognes, France, Phone: +33 1-6480-0090, Fax: +33 1-6006-5103
UK:
Telex Communications Ltd. 4, The Willows Centre, Willow Lane, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 4NX, UK, Phone: +44 208 646 7114, Fax: +44 208 640 7583
Africa & Middle-East: Telex EVI Audio GmbH. Hirschberger Ring 45, D 94315, Straubing, Germany, Phone: +49 9421-706 0, Fax: +49 9421-706 265
Asia & Pacific Rim
Japan:
EVI Audio Japan Ltd. 5-3-8 Funabashi, Setagaya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 156-0055, Phone: +81 3-5316-5020, Fax: +81 3-5316-5031
Australia:
EVI Audio (Aust) Pty Ltd. Slough Business Estate, Unit 23, Silverwater, N.S.W. 2128, Australia, Phone: +61 2-9648-3455, Fax: +61 2-9648-5585
China:
EVI Audio (HK) Ltd. 7th Floor China Minmetals Tower, No. 79 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, HK, Phone: +852 2351-3628, Fax: +852 2351-3329
Singapore:
Telex Pte. Ltd. 3015A Ubi Road 1, 05-10 Kampong Ubi Industrial Estate, Singapore 408705, Phone: +65 6746-8760, Fax: +65 6746-1206
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