Sennheiser ew 100 G4-ME2 B-Band

2,795 SAR

The Sennheiser EW 100 G4-ME2 is an easy-to-set-up rackmount wireless lavalier microphone system that brings high-quality, reliable audio to presenters, clergy, lecturers, and performers working in business and educational settings, houses-of-worship, theaters, or on musical stages.

The EW 100 G4-ME2 features a true diversity, half-rack receiver housed in a rugged, full-metal chassis. The receiver’s auto-scan function searches a wide 42 MHz UHF tuning range, seeking out a clean, interference-free channel for your audio transmission.

Features of ME 2-II Condenser Lavalier Microphone:

  • Polar pattern: Omnidirectional

Features of EM 100 G4 9.5″ receiver:

  • 42 MHz bandwidth
  • 20 Frequency banks with up to 12 presets for each
  • Up to 20 compatible channels
  • Fast frequency allocation for up to 12 recipients via link function with RJ10 connection
  • Frequency response: 25 – 18,000 Hz
  • Frequency transmission via infrared interface
  • Bodypack with charging contacts for optional battery BA 2015 (NiMH)
  • Pilot tone
  • Autotune to find free frequencies
  • Integrated EQ
  • Audio gain over 60 dB range
  • Soundcheck mode
  • 4-Level battery indicator on transmitter and receiver
  • HDX compander
  • LCD with AF level and channel display
  • 30 mW transmitter power
  • 2 BNC antenna connectors
  • XLR male balanced and jack unbalanced
  • Power supply 10.5 – 16 V DC

Availability: 25 in stock

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EW 100 G4-ME2-B UHF Wireless System
  • With SK 100 G4 bodypack transmitter and ME 2-II condenser lavalier microphone
  • Frequency range: B-band (626 – 668 MHz)
  • Includes GA 3 rackmount, RJ10 connection cable, NT2 power supply and 2x AA batteries

LAVALIER SET (1) SK 100 G4 bodypack, (1) ME 2-II lavalier (omni- directional, condenser), (1) EM 100 G4 rackmount receiver, (1) GA3 rack kit and (1) RJ10 linking cable, range B (626 – 668 MHz)


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