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Zaxcom has introduced the TRX992, a boom pole unit that performs the functions of an audio transmitter, monitor return receiver, backup recorder, and phantom power supply.


The TRX992 is described as a digital transmission system optimized for boom mic operators working on motion picture and television productions.

Zaxcom’s TRX992 features internal recording that backs up transmissions to guard against lost audio files. Users can record up to 24 hours of audio to a removable mini or micro SD card using the TRX992. The system features a user-selectable power output ranging
from 10 mW to 100 mW. The audio dynamic range is 106 dB.

The TRX992 can be used for monitoring applications, with a 2.4-GHz digital monitor return receiver that relays return audio, time code reference, and RF remote control commands. Alternatively, TRX992 users can elect to transmit IFB audio instead of time code and remote control signals.

The system’s internal monitor mixer is designed to allow users to mix transmitted audio and a monitor return together, controlled by a pan pot on the top of the unit. The TRX992 also features mic/line level input and a balanced XLR input with 48-V phantom power.

No pricing info yet.

Availability
The TRX992 system is shipping to customers in February 2009.

Check out www.zaxcom.com for more info.
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