IBC is seeing the introduction of the audio company’s Duet digital wireless monitor (IEM) system with Dante inputs. The new system consists of the M2T half-rack transmitter and M2R diversity belt pack receiver, and uses digital modulation for transmission.
It can accept analogue or digital inputs. The 24-bit digital audio stream guarantees high-resolution sound quality with wide dynamic range, low noise floor, and rock-solid stereo image, said Lectrosonics.
The Duet system is designed with professional touring, installation, theatre, filmmaking and broadcast customers in mind.
The M2T half-rack transmitter houses two independent stereo transmitters allowing for up to four stereo or mono transmissions in a single rack space. The system includes a Flex List mode, where a number of names and frequencies can be stored in the receiver.
This way, the monitor engineer can quickly find and listen to any of the performers’ mixes on the stage.