AES06SF: Pro Wireless System Launched

Beyerdynamic introduces Opus 900 with a variety of transmitters and receivers      06/10/06

AES06SF: Pro Wireless System Launched

Buying Choices
Beyerdynamic has introduced the Opus 900 wireless system at AES 2006. Featuring rugged construction, powerful transparent sound and an extraordinary price/performance ratio, Beyer tell us that the Opus 900 system is designed to meet the rigorous operating criteria of multi-channel systems for touring, theater, broadcast and large installations.
Paul Froula, Pro Audio Business Manager told us, “The flexibility, reliability and affordability of the Opus 900 make it the premier wireless system for professional applications. Based on beyerdynamic’s popular Opus 500 Mk II and 800 systems, the Opus 900 features exceptional audio quality, stable transmission and easy operation – critical components in any professional application.�
The Opus 900 system offers a variety of transmitters, making it ideal for a wide-range of applications. Transmitters for the system include the DM 960 S, DM 960 B and the DM 969 S dynamic transmitters; the EM 981 S and the CM 930 B condenser transmitters; the TS 900 M and TS 900 C pocket transmitters with re-chargeable contacts. Both the TS 900 M and TS 900 C are outfitted with ACT infrared interface for frequency setting, LCD for selected channel, group and battery status (5-stage), gain control, silent on/off switch and 4-pin mini-XLR input connector.

A Choice Of Transmitters
Three receivers, offering 99 pre-programmed frequencies, are available for the Opus 900 system; the NE 900 S single channel, NE 900 D dual channel and the NE 900 Q quad channel receiver. Both the NE 900 D and NE 900 Q are housed in a standard 1U/19-inch rackmount and feature an integrated antenna splitter, while the NE 900 S is housed in a 1U/9.5-inch rackmount. Each model has an engineer-friendly “jog wheel� for fast access and reconfiguration of the system. In addition, all offer a monitoring headphone output with volume control and balanced XLR per channel, Remote-In and-Out port and PC controllability.
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