LD Systems Wireless Series
LD Systems systems' now include the 16-channel ECO series for entry-level users, the MEI ONE IEM system, and the WIN 42 system with 1680 channels.
Depending on the model, these wireless products permit parallel operation of 3 – 20 systems.
Changes in the 790 MHz – 862 MHz band will take effect on 1 January 2016. Interference during transmission may start occurring beforehand. In most cases, conversion of transmitters and receivers is likely to be uneconomical. For this reason, LD-Systems has responded by adding to its wireless systems*, in Bank 10 with 16 frequencies, the range from 863 MHz to 865 MHz. This range can be used with up to four frequencies simultaneously without registration or fees even after 1 January 2016.
- MEI ONE (frequency band: 863 - 865 MHz)
The MEI ONE is the least expensive of the in-ear wireless systems. It is available with three different fixed frequencies that can be used without registration or fees, which makes it very easy to use. For product information, go to: www.ld-systems.com/383-1-ld-mei-one.html
- MEI 100X (frequency band: 838 - 865 MHz)
The MEI 100X is a wireless in-ear monitoring system with corrected frequency response. The system has 160 possible frequencies, making it possible to operate five systems in parallel without interference. For additional information, go to: www.ld-systems.com/395-1-ld-mei-100x.html
- MEI 1000X (frequency band: 838 - 865 MHz
Like the MEI-100X, the MEI-1000X has 160 channels on the UHF band. Musicians can adjust the mix balance between their own signal and the other signals directly on the receiver. Complete information is available on the LD Systems website at: www.ld-systems.com/391-1-ld-mei-1000x.html
Wireless microphone systems:
- ECO series (frequency band: 863 – 865 MHz)
LD Systems' ECO Sets are the introduction to wireless audio transmission. For product information, go to: www.ld-systems.com.
- ECO 16 (frequency band: 863 - 865 MHz)
The ECO series also includes the ECO16 systems, which incorporate all of the advantages of the ECO series, but can be operated on sixteen different frequencies. For additional information, go to: www.ld-systems.com/365-1-ldwseco16hhd.
- WS 1000X (frequency band: 838 - 865 MHz)
The WS1000X are designed to offer a battery life of up to 14 hours. For information about this product, go to: www.ld-systems.com/400-1-ld-win-42-hhd.html.
- WIN 42 (frequency band: 734 - 776 MHz)
The UHF-band WIN 42 professional wireless system offers potential applications for live performances and fixed installations. It is designed to enable parallel operation of up to 20 systems. Product information is available here: www.ld-systems.com/index.php?article_id=400HYPERLINK "http://www.ld-systems.com/index.php?article_id=400&clang=0"&HYPERLINK "http://www.ld-systems.com/index.php?article_id=400&clang=0"clang=0
According to LD Systems, the MEI 100 X, MEI 1000 X, WS 1000 X, ECO, ECO 16 and MEI can be operated trouble-free in large parts of the EU on the 863 – 865 MHz frequency band without registration or fees. The WIN 42 system operates in the range 734 - 776 MHz (42 MHz bandwidth).
In some countries, an operator's license may be required for wireless systems in the frequency range between 710 and 790 MHz. Please contact the responsible public authority in your area for details.
All systems are CE-certified.
*: MEI 100X / MEI 1000X / WS 1000X
All X-version systems use the 838 - 865 MHz frequency band.
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