Trantec to debut new systems at SBES
Thursday, 2 November 2006
Trantec to debut new systems at SBESTrantec's S6000E series.
UK - RF specialist Trantec has announced the launch of its innovative S.16 UHF wireless radio microphone system. Representing a further expansion of its growing portfolio of WEE compatible products, Trantec's S4.16 system promises "high quality wireless audio links at an affordable price".

The robust 19" rack mountable receiver pack boasts 16 user selectable channels, which includes 4 license free channels. Plus its diversity receiver ensures maximum control and minimises drop -outs. Its flexible audio output level is adjustable on both the jack and XLR outputs. Benefiting from RSSI/Squelch, the user can control the system to minimise external interference.

The Hand-Held system comprises a fully integrated handheld microphone , which features a cardioid dynamic capsule and is perfect for the most challenging vocal applications.

The Beltpack system comprises a beltpack transmitter, which is supplied with a small lapel style clip-on microphone. This combination is designed for use in conferencing and theatre environments "where performance and reliability count". The S4.16 system will be showcased at the SBES Show, NEC, 15-16 November.

Also at the Birmingham show,Trantec will feature the S6000E Series range of radio microphones, designed for use in complex multi-channel applications, the S6000 has already set a precedent on many 'reality' shows, including Big Brother, Celebrity Love Island and Hells Kitchen. The S6000E Series receivers boast a number of enhanced features.

Trantec's Richard Ganley comments, "The S6000E Series represents two years intensive R&D and investment on our part to position our flagship product at the leading edge of the market. Taking advice from sound designers and engineers, we've added features that represent a step change. By enhancing the original design, whilst positioning the E-Series at a competitive price point, we aim to provide the industry standard in RF solutions for professional users."

(Jim Evans)

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