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New Shure PSM300 in-ear personal monitors

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Wireless monitoring system from Shure belonging to the PSM 300 series

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The new Shure PSM300 wireless in-ear personal monitoring system features two models that operate at a 24-bit audio resolution.

The Shure PSM300 in-ear monitoring system features the entry-level P3TR112GR and the professional P3TRA215CL with advanced features.

Both versions include the P3T receiver, a semi-rack module that operates on the 24MHz bandwidth at a maximum distance of 300 meters with a choice of 15 compatible frequencies per band. It features 1/4” balanced TRS inputs and Loop outputs, an LCD screen with left and right output meters and line/aux level control. The receiver syncs to the transmitters via infrared at the touch of a button.

The P3TR112GR includes the P3R beltpack transmitter with a stereo to adjust the right and left levels, volume and mix controls and a Power Save mode for the two AA batteries. Scan and frequency select are automatic via a dial and the MixMode technology allows for setting two mixes for the personal monitoring. This model is completed with SE112 Sound Isolating in-ear headphones.

The transmitter included in the P3TRA215CL package is a P3RA, a more advanced model with bult-in LCD screen that displays de volume limiter and two-band shelving EQ with high and low boost. This model also features the MixMode technologie, stereo mode, 5-segment LED battery indicator and Power Save mode. It is powered by 2 AA batteries but it’s also compatible with the Shure SB900 battery. The headphones included in this version are the SE215 Sound Isolating models.

The PSM300 wireless in-ear personal monitoring systems will be available this Fall, US pricing starts at $699. More info at www.shure.com.

 

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