Audio-Technica is beefing up its wireless microphone system lineup at the NAB Show.
The budget mid-range frequency-agile, true diversity 3000 (shown) series is being upgraded to fourth-generation technology. Upgrades include a tuning range doubled to 60 MHz. The 3000 series operates in the DE2 (470–530 MHz) and EE1 (530–590 MHz) bands. A-T has six new microphone capsules that are compatible with the 3000’s ATX-T3202 handheld transmitter.
The 3000 series is available in handheld and beltpack transmitter packages with headphone and lavalier mics.
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In addition, A-T has announced that the 6000 series, optimized for tight RF spaces in the 944–952 MHz band, has added a handheld transmitter to its lineup. The ATW0T6002x offers low handling noise and a metal body, high-visibility OLED screen, soft-touch controls and switchable RF power. It is also compatible with the six new interchangeable A-T microphone capsules.
NAB Show Booth: C6012