Sennheiser EM 6000 Specification

Sennheiser EM 6000 Specification
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
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Digital 6000
EM 6000 | EM 6000 DANTE
True bit diversity receiver
FEATURES
DELIVERY INCLUDES
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EM 6000 or EM 6000 DANTE receiver
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3 mains cables (EU, UK and US plug)
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2 antennas
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2 BNC antenna cables (50 Ω) for daisy-chaining
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quick guide
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safety guide
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booklet with specifications and manufacturer
declarations
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Extremely efficient digital 2-channel receiver with an
intuitive, easily configurable user interface and integrated antenna splitter
Reliable RF performance with equidistant frequency
grid and superior audio quality with Long Range mode
and proprietary audio codec (SeDAC) from the masterpiece Digital 9000
Future proof and usable worldwide due to large switching bandwidth, digital and analog interfaces and
AES-256 encryption
No compromises, on any stage: With its large 244 MHz switching bandwidth, the EM 6000 2-channel digital receiver
can find reliable transmission paths in absolutely any environment. Its renowned LR mode (shared with the masterpiece
Digital 9000) ensures superior quality audio signals, even in the most demanding high frequency scenarios. Link Density
Mode (LD mode) with efficiency-optimized Audio Codec (SePAC) ensures up to 5 channels per MHz bandwidth. Error
correction and audio error masking recognize and fix problems long before they even become audible. This guarantees a
reliable connection where other systems fail.
Through its equidistant frequency grid, Digital 6000 assures the simplest frequency configuration and excellent spectral
efficiency. Thanks to the high intermodulation resistance, more channels can now be set up than ever before. Up to eight
receivers can be cascaded directly from only one pair of antennas.
Maximum overview, quick setup, shortcuts to important functions: The concept for the new user interface on contrast-rich, white OLED displays comes from practical experience. All vital parameters are summarized at a glance.
Important functions can be reached directly via home screens, without lengthy navigation paths. The auto-setup enables
scanning and frequency distribution to all connected devices directly via the receiver. Of course, the Digital 6000 can also
be monitored and configured via Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software.
Digital 6000 seamlessly integrates with existing digital or analog infrastructures. The EM 6000 receiver has a digital AES
output with word clock in and outputs, high-quality, transformer balanced analog XLR and 6.3 mm TRS jack outputs as
well as a 6.3 mm headphone output. The Dante Version with an Audinate Brooklyn II card offers two additional Amphenol
RJ-45 connectors for integrating the receiver into a Dante network.
The EM 6000 is compatible with all Sennheiser UHF antennas.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
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Digital 6000
EM 6000 | EM 6000 DANTE
True bit diversity receiver
SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency range
470 to 714 MHz
Transmission scheme
Digital modulation
Long Range Mode (LR)
Min. frequency spacing for
equidistant grid: 400 kHz
Link Density Mode (LD)
Min. frequency spacing for
equidistant grid: 200 kHz
Audio codec
LR Mode: SeDAC
(Sennheiser Digital Audio
Codec)
LD Mode: SePAC
(Sennheiser Performance
Audio Codec)
Dynamic range
111 dB (A) typ.
Encryption
AES 256
Latency
Analog audio out:
3 ms (LR) / 3.2 ms (LD)
Digital audio out (AES/EBU):
3 ms (LR) / 3.2 ms (LD)
Total harmonic distortion
(THD)
< 0.03 % (at 1 kHz)
Temperature
Operation: −10 °C to +50 °C
Storage: −25 °C to +70 °C
Relative air humidity
Operation:
max. 85 % at 40 °C
(non-condensing)
Storage:
max. 90 % at 40 °C
(non-condensing)
Dripping and splashing
liquids
The product must not be
exposed to dripping and
splashing (IP2X)
Receiving channels
2
Receiver principle
Double superheterodyne
Diversity
True Bit Diversity
Sensitivity
−100 dBm typical
Image rejection
> 100 dB typical
Blocking
> 80 dB typical
Audio frequency response
LR Mode:
30 Hz to 20 kHz (1.5 dB)
LD Mode:
30 Hz to 14 kHz (1.5 dB)
Analog audio outputs
XLR-3 and 6.3 mm jack
per channel (transformer
balanced),
−10 dBu to +18 dBu in steps
of 1 dB (2 kΩ)
Digital audio outputs
AES3-2003, XLR-3:
48 kHz, 96 kHz, 24 bit
Dante™, RJ-45
(only EM 6000 DANTE):
48 kHz, 96 kHz, 24 bit
Can be externally synchronized using WCLK loop-through with BNC sockets
Headphone output
6.3 mm jack,
2 × 100 mW at 32 Ω
Antenna inputs
2 × BNC (50 Ω)
Daisy chain outputs
2 × BNC (50 Ω)
0 dB +/− 0.5 dB amplification relative to antenna inputs
Daisy-chained receivers
(RF)
Max. 8 EM 6000 units
Booster supply voltage
12 V DC, max. 200 mA each
via antenna sockets, short
circuit proof
Word clock input
BNC, 75 Ω
Word clock output
BNC, 75 Ω
Word clock sampling
rates
48 kHz, 96 kHz
Network
IEEE 802.3-2002
(10/100 Mbit/s), shielded
RJ-45 connection
Dante™
(only EM 6000 DANTE)
IEEE 802.3 (1000 Mbit/s),
2 × shielded RJ-45 connection
Power supply
100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
Max. 35 W
Power plug
3-pin, protection class I as
per IEC/EN 60320-1
Dimensions (H × W × D
with mounting elements)
44 × 483 × 373 mm
Weight
Approx. 5.2 kg
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
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Digital 6000
EM 6000 | EM 6000 DANTE
True bit diversity receiver
PRODUCT VARIANTS
ACCESSORIES
EM 6000
Art. no. 506657
EM 6000 DANTE
Art. no. 508475
COMPATIBLE WITH
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SKM 9000 in Long Range mode
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SK 9000 in Long Range mode
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
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SKM 6000
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SK 6000
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SK 6212
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L 6000
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L 60
CONNECTIONS
EM 6000
EM 6000 DANTE
A 2003 UHF
passive directional
antenna
Art. no. 003658
AD 3700
active directional antenna
Art. no. 502197
A 1031-U
passive omni-directional Art. no. 004645
antenna
A 3700
active omni-directional
antenna
Art. no. 502195
AB 3700
broadband antenna
booster
Art. no. 502196
A 5000-CP
passive circular polarization antenna
Art. no. 500887
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
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Digital 6000
EM 6000 | EM 6000 DANTE
True bit diversity receiver
DIMENSIONS
483.2
19.02
ESC
HEADPHONE
VOLUME
ESC
SAVE
SAVE
SNC
SNC
SYNC
EM 6000
134
5.28
15.7
0.62
XLR 3
RJ 45
4.6
0.18
XLR 3
47.1
1.85
67.6
2.66
25.1
0.99
42.4
1.67
68.4
2.69
174.2
6.86
DIN IEC 60320-C14
21.5
0.85
Dual BNC Buchse
Dual BNC Pin Jack
RCA-Buchse
RCA Pin Jack
15.7
0.62
26.5
1.04
175.2
6.9
15.17
0.6
BNC Buchse
BNC Jack
17.4
0.69
15.4
0.61
23
0.91
18.5
0.73
102.1
4.02
17
0.67
23
0.91
10.7
0.42
23
0.91
21.5
0.85
44
1.73
465.7
18.33
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
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Digital 6000
EM 6000 | EM 6000 DANTE
True bit diversity receiver
DIMENSIONS
372.5
14.66
21.5
0.85
IN IEC 60320-C14
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
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Digital 6000
EM 6000 | EM 6000 DANTE
True bit diversity receiver
ARCHITECT‘S SPECIFICATION
The rack-mountable 2-channel receiver shall be for use with two companion handheld or bodypack transmitters as part of
a digital wireless RF transmission system.
The true bit diversity receiver shall operate in the UHF frequency range between 470 and 714 MHz. The receiver shall be
usable with active and passive wide range UHF antennas for the entire supported RF spectrum. RF selection filters shall
be integrated into the receiver´s frontend.
The receiver shall feature 6 fixed frequency banks with up to 66 compatible frequency presets each and 6 user banks
with up to 66 user programmable frequencies each. The receiver shall feature an automatic frequency setup function with
spectrum scan functionality in order to establish an equidistant frequency grid. Additionally, the receiver shall feature a
frequency bank/channel setup to all associated receivers connected to the same network range.
The receiver shall be menu-driven with an OLED display for each of the 2 channels showing the current frequency or
channel name, metering of RF level, a link quality indicator (LQI), metering of AF level, AES 256 encryption status, command mode status and battery status of the associated transmitter. An additional red LED shall indicate warning messages.
The following settings shall be configurable by function buttons and an encoder for each channel in the menu: frequency,
channel name, AES 256 encryption, command mode, AF output, test tone, user bank frequencies, wordclock settings,
network settings, integrated antenna booster settings, display brightness, auto setup settings for automatic frequency
setup.
Some parameters of the associated transmitters such as frequency, channel name, gain, low cut, auto lock and cable
emulation shall be adjustable in the receiver and synchronizable to the associated transmitter via an integrated infrared
interface.
The receiver shall feature a command mode which allows the audio signal to be routed to a different audio output if a
transmitter with a command button is used.
The receiver shall provide a walktest mode for monitoring the RF, LQI and AF signal status in the location over time.
The receiver shall feature one XLR-3 and one 6.3 mm jack analog audio output for each of the 2 channels with a maximum
output of +18 dBu. The analog outputs shall be transformer balanced. The receiver shall also feature an AES3-2003 XLR-3
digital audio output. A headphone output with headphone volume control shall be provided and shall utilize a 6.3 mm
stereo jack socket. The headphone output shall support audio monitoring of both channels indepently or a mix of both
channels.
The receiver shall have an Ethernet port (RJ-45) for remote network-based monitoring and control using the Sennheiser
Wireless Systems Manager software, Wavetool software as well as Yamaha CL/QL and Soundcraft Vi000 consoles.
Two BNC-type input sockets (50 Ω each) shall be provided for connecting the antennas. An integrated antenna splitter
with two BNC outputs (50 Ω each) shall be capable of daisy-chaining up to eight receivers. Booster supply voltage shall
be 12 V DC, max. 200 mA each via the antenna sockets and shall be switchable.
The receiver principle shall be double superheterodyne. Sensitivity shall be -100 dBm (typical). Image rejection shall be
> 100 dB (typical) and blocking shall be > 80 dB (typical). The audio frequency response shall be 30 Hz to 20 kHz (1.5 dB).
The audio output level shall be adjustable in steps of 1 dB between -10 dBu and +18 dBu. Latency for both analog and
digital audio out shall be 3 ms. Total harmonic distortion (THD) shall be < 0.03 % at 1 kHz.
Supported wordclock sampling rates shall be 48 kHz and 96 kHz internal and external. The sampling rate of the digital
audio outputs shall be adjustable between 48 kHz or 96 kHz at 24 bit.
For secure transmission the receiver shall feature AES 256 encryption.
The receiver shall operate on 100 to 240 V power supplied via a mains cable with EU, UK or US plug. Power consumption
shall be max. 35 W. The receiver shall have a rugged metal housing; dimensions shall be approximately 44 x 483 x 373
mm (1.75" x 19" x 14.69"). Weight shall be approximately 5200 grams (11 lbs 7 oz). Operating temperature shall range from
−10 °C to +50 °C (+14 °F to +122 °F).
The receiver shall be the Sennheiser EM 6000.
The Dante™ variant of the receiver shall feature an additional Dante™ interface with an Audinate Brooklyn Card with two
RJ-45 sockets (primary and secondary) to support 2 independent redundant Dante™ networks and a daisy-chain mode.
The sampling rate shall be adjustable between 48 kHz or 96 kHz internal or external at 24 bit. The Dante RJ-45 network
sockets shall be lockable Amphenol™ sockets.
The Dante™ variant of the receiver shall be the Sennheiser EM 6000 DANTE.
Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG · Am Labor 1 · 30900 Wedemark · Germany · www.sennheiser.com
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