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[Musikmesse] Audio-Technica 2000a to 5000a Series

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Upgraded wireless systems in Audio-Technica’s 2000, 3000, 4000 and 5000 Series are making their Prolight+Sound / Musikmesse debut in Frankfurt between 24-27 March 2010.

2000a Series
The 2000a Series features updates to receivers and transmitters. Receivers now offer 12v antenna power (to drive the ATW-B80 antenna booster or other active components), improved tone lock squelch and increased output level with –2dBV/+9dBV output selector switch.

To reflect the enhancements, the letter “a” is added to the end of all new 2000 Series receiver and transmitter model numbers. 

3000b Series
Now offering up to 1001 selectable UHF frequencies in C, D, E, F, G and I Bands in Europe, the improved 3000b Series and its nine new pre-coordinated frequency scan groups are designed to simplify selection of usable frequencies in a multi-channel wireless system. TheUniPak body-pack transmitter features a backlit screen for easy reading in low-light situations and a locking battery door for added security. A three-position sliding cover on the transmitter’s control panel prevents accidental shutoff or channel-switching.

To reflect the enhancements, the letter “b” is added to the end of all new 3000 Series receiver and transmitter model numbers.

4000a and 5000a Series
Updates and improvements to the 4000a and 5000a Series include a new backlit LCD on transmitters and locking battery door on UniPak body-pack transmitters; two-colour (green/red) power/mute LED to indicate on/mute status; new 25 kHz spacing providing up to 996 selectable frequencies and a new v3.0 of the AEW Control Interface Software. The 4000a and 5000a Series are available in C, D, E, F and G Bands in Europe.

To reflect the enhancements, the letter “a” is added to the end of all new 4000 and 5000 Series receiver and transmitter model numbers.

Check out www.audio-technica.com for more info.
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