Lectrosonics DBSM/DBSMD up for NAMM TEC Award
Tuesday, 25 January 2022
dbsm-dbsmd-blue-bg-sq-tec-finalistThe DBSM and DBSMD can be configured as either transmitters or recorders
USA - Lectrosonics has revealed that its DBSM single-battery/DBSMD dual-battery bodypack transmitters have been nominated as a finalist for the 37th Annual NAMM Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Awards for Technical Achievement in the category of Wireless Technology. The NAMM TEC awards recognize innovative product design and excellence in audio and sound production, with outstanding technical achievement including 21 categories which span across the professional audio product spectrum. A panel of respected industry voters from pro audio publications as well as members of professional music, technical and creative organizations, along with select NAMM members evaluate each entry before selecting the finalists.
The DBSM/DBSMD transmitters are compatible with Lectrosonics DSQD digital receiver, DCHR digital portable receiver, and DCR822 compact dual channel digital receiver and feature a tuning range covering both the A1 and B1 bands from 470 to 608 MHz (470 to 614 MHz for the E01 international versions). Both include specially developed, high efficiency circuitry for extended operating time on AA batteries, and offer RF power selections at 10, 25 and 50mW. In addition, a new, selectable high-density transmission mode (HDM) allows for much tighter channel spacing, yielding more than double the operating frequencies per available spectrum. With an audio frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz in standard transmission mode, a dynamic range of 112 dB, and a flat in-band phase response, the DBSM and DBSMD provide studio-grade sound, with low noise, for the most demanding productions.
The DBSM and DBSMD can be configured as either transmitters or recorders, with files stored on microSD card. Both units support 256-bit AES encryption, CTR mode format for robust security, meeting FIPS 197 and 140-2 standards.
“Lectrosonics are pleased that the TEC Awards have recognized the significant technical achievement of these new transmitters,” comments Karl Winkler, VP of sales & marketing at Lectrosonics, Inc. “The latest generation DBSM/DBSMD bring body-worn transmitters into the digital era, with a host of important features.”
Online voting for the TEC Awards opened on 20 January and can be accessed here: www.tecawards.org/voting-info.
The winners will be announced on 4 June at the Hilton in Anaheim, California at The NAMM Show.

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