The Evolution G3 Series is the latest addition to Sennheiser's Evolution family of wireless microphones. The UHF wireless microphone system features 1680 tunable frequencies and 12 frequency presets. This package conveniently includes the EK100 G3 camera mount receiver, SK100 G3 body-pack transmitter with ME2 lavalier and SKP100 G3 plug-in transmitter in one package.
The EK100 G3 receiver is made of a durable metal enclosure and features a full functional LED display. The receiver features a 1/8" unbalanced TRS mini output for quick connection to camcorders. The receiver features 4 preset memory locations that can be reassigned to any of the 1,680 available frequencies, within the 42 MHz tuning range.
The SK100 G3 body-pack transmitter features an identically designed enclosure as the receiver. It also features an LCD display and 12 preset memory locations that can be reassigned to any of the available 1,680 frequencies. The transmitter features an 1/8" locking-mini input for compatible lavalier microphones.
The ME2 omnidirectional lavalier microphone features a sensitivity and frequency response suitable for capturing in the most demanding environments.
The SKP100 G3 plug-in transmitter allows any standard dynamic microphone with a 3-pin XLR connection, to be used wirelessly. The transmitter utilizes the same frequency band as the body-pack and is powered by 2x AA batteries or optional Sennheiser BA2015 accupack.
This package conveniently includes the EK100 G3 Receiver, SKP100 G3 Plug-On Transmitter, SK100 G3 BodyPack Transmitter and ME2 Microphone.
The Sennheiser Evolution series operates on UHF frequencies allowing longer range and few drop-outs and interference.
Flexible Frequency Options
The system is pre-configured with 12 preset channels, however the channels can be reconfigured with any of the available 1,680 frequencies within the 42MHz range.
A comprehensive LED display provides channels and frequency information as well as battery life, usage time, signal status and more.
Rugged Metal Design
Both transmitter and receiver feature a rugged, metal enclosure designed to withstand the rigors of road use and the elements.
The signal to noise ratio (SNR) is a useful and universal way of comparing the relative amounts of signal and noise for any electronic system; high ratios will have very little visible noise whereas the opposite is true for low ratios.