Per the FCC: Beginning in 2017, the amount of TV band spectrum available for wireless microphone use is decreasing as a result of the incentive auction, which was completed on April 13, 2017. A significant portion of the TV band spectrum in the 600 MHz band, including most (but not all) of the spectrum on TV channels 38-51 (614-698 MHz), has been repurposed for the new 600 MHz service band for use by wireless services, and will not continue to be available for wireless microphone use. Generally, wireless microphones that operate in the new 600 MHz service band will be required to cease operation no later than July 13, 2020, and may be required to cease operation sooner if they could cause interference to new wireless licensees.
Whether you use a Panasonic® or Ikegami® camera with “slot-in” receiver capabilities, or use the Anton-Bauer® Gold Mount®, or a V-Mount battery, there’s an Azden 1201 designed specifically for your use. The all new receivers and transmitters include:
- New compander circuit for more natural sound
- New DTV-compatible (188) frequencies covering 4 UHF TV bands
- True diversity system with 2 complete front-ends and high-gain antennas
- Dielectric filters throughout, for improved image rejection and superior diversity isolation
- High 5th-order filters for improved S/N ratio
- Multi-function LCD shows channel, frequency, battery info, AF level, and diversity operation
The slot-in design of the receivers and flexible feature set make the Azden 1201 Series a viable choice for broadcast, ENG, EFP, video & film shoots, etc.
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