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Professional wireless monitor users now have up to 100 mW* of power for transmitting monitoring signals thanks to Sennheiser's new evolution wireless SR 350 IEM G2. The twin transmitter, which makes its debut at the 2008 NAB Show(tm), is expanding Sennheiser's most successful monitoring system, guaranteeing a much greater range for wireless monitoring, along with huge flexibility.

"The output power of the SR 350 IEM G2 can be switched between 15 mW and 100 mW* — offering an optimal fit for stages of all sizes," explains Robb Blumenreder, industry team manager for Sennheiser Electronic Corporation's music industry division. "The menu control is as user-friendly as ever, thanks to the backlit graphics display which lights up red during peak warnings."

The twin transmitter with HDX compander can be used with the EK 300 IEM G2 and EK 3253 monitor receivers. In total there are 1,440 UHF frequencies available for interference-free transmission. For a direct choice of channel, every transmitter has eight channel banks, each of which has twelve pre-sets, as well as a bank with up to twelve user-selectable channels.

There is an option for the high-performance twin transmitter to be controlled and programmed via the NET 1 network system; both transmitters can be listened to through separate headphone sockets. The SR 350 IEM G2 is the ideal touring partner. Thanks to its rack mount ears, it can be incorporated directly into a 19-inch rack. An integrated switching power supply unit ensures it can be used all over the world.

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