AKG DMS100 Instrument Set

£359.00

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The AKG DMS100 Instrument Set is a Digital Wireless Handheld System that broadcasts on the 2.4GHz band, making it a future proof investment. Traditional analogue wireless systems have to contend with increasingly narrow frequency allocations, but the 2.4GHz band is a global licence free space.

The DMS100 is designed for plug and play operation. Channel pairing is done at the push of a button, and colour coding makes it easy to identify which channel you’re using. The system has adaptive channel selection so you’ll have no difficulties trying to find an available wireless channel, and up to four DMS100 systems can be synced together and used simultaneously.

As you’d expect from AKG, the transmitter delivers pristine studio quality sound. The bodypack has 24-bit 48kHz resolution and a linear frequency response. It comes ready to be connected to an instrument or it can be used with optional AKG headsets or clip on mics. Best of all the 2.4GHz digital transmission means that, unlike an analogue wireless system, you won’t have to contend with any interference.

If security happens to be a concern then have no worries. The advanced AES 256-bit encryption protects your wireless signal and keeps any sensitive information private. It’s perfect for business users who require private, secure wireless communications. The receiver units are rack mountable as well, please contact our sales team on 0191 414 4241 if you require more information regarding this.

Specifications:

  • Range: 30m
  • Latency: <=2.9ms
  • Battery Life: 12 hours
  • Encryption: 256-bit AES
  • Dynamic Range: 116dB @ 1kHz
  • SignaltoNoise Ratio: >90 dBA
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz ±1dB
  • Transmitter Requirements: 2 x AA alkaline batteries (included)
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