29.03.2006 - Wedemark/Frankfurt
Product launch at prolight+sound Sennheiser presents one of the world´s smallest professional bodypack transmitter
Even more compact, even lighter and with the same legendary reliability: the new Sennheiser SK 5212 is one of the smallest professional bodypack transmitter in the world. In spite of its miniature size, the SK 5212 in combination with Sennheiser receivers still allows more channels to be operated in a smaller frequency spectrum than any competitor product.
The new standard for professional bodypack transmitters comes from Sennheiser. The SK 5212 even surpasses its predecessor and previous "record holder", the SK 5012, in terms of size, weight and user-friendliness. A sturdy metal housing keeps the mini transmitter safe and sound in the tough conditions of TV and the stage.
The technical data of the small bodypack are outstanding: the switching bandwidth of 36 MHz is freely selectable in the entire UHF range from 450 to 960 MHz, and the transmitter frequency can be set in 5 kHz steps. A single AA battery ensures that the SK 5212 works reliably for six hours at its full 50 mW output power. The transmitter power can be reduced to 10 mW in order to adapt to the transmission conditions of different regions. Of course, the SK 5212 also transmits its current battery status to the receiver. It filters out annoying wind or handling noise with its two-stage low-cut filter (60 and 120 Hz). With an input sensitivity that is adjustable in 1 dB steps between -30 and
+40 dB, the SK 5212 can be individually adapted to bring out the best in various sound sources, volumes and applications. Sound engineers will also welcome its backlit display and the convenient, menu-controlled operation.
The SK 5212 works with absolute reliability and provides extremely low-noise, distortion-free sound - the perfect tool for sound engineers, professional broadcasters, sound designers and PA companies.
Visit Sennheiser at prolight+sound, Hall 4.1, Booth No. E 12.
As one of the world´s leading manufacturers of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems, the Sennheiser Group with its headquarters in Wedemark near Hanover, Germany, had total sales of about €300 million in 2005. The export share is 83%. Sennheiser has a total workforce of more than 1,650 employees, of whom about 60% are employed in Germany. Sennheiser is active worldwide and, in addition to other partnerships, has its own sales subsidiaries in France, the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, China, Singapore, Canada, Mexico and the USA.
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