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AKG miniature camera offers antenna diversity

17 September 2012
AKG miniature camera offers antenna diversity

AKG introduced the new PR4500 ENG Pocket Receiver during IBC2012. The receiver builds on AKG’s WMS4500 Series by incorporating its new camera shoe, allowing it to be positioned on virtually any camera. When matched with the transmitters of the WMS4500 series, the new pocket receiver delivers proven AKG sound quality. “The PR4500 was designed to provide a solution for the demanding ENG applications,” commented Wolfgang Fritz, product-marketing manager, AKG. “It provides antennae diversity for unbeatable reliability, it’s durable, and it’s affordable. Coupled with the HT4500 and PT4500 wireless transmitters, the PR4500 ENG receiver delivers maximum mobility to the recording process without worrying about cables or wires getting in the way.” The receiver can be operated with its user interface, which is similar to that of the AKG PT4500 bodypack transmitter. PR4500 integrates the latest RF technology, offering the lowest inter-modulation in its all-metal housing. PR4500 provides a 30 MHz switching bandwidth, frequencies tunable in steps of 25 kHz, line output for camera and separate headphone output and an operating time of eight to 15 hours with a single Alkaline/BP4000

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