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Lectrosonics IS400 Wireless Instrument System


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Lectrosonics IS400 Digital Hybrid Wireless Instrument System

An Industry First

The Lectrosonics IS400 Digital Hybrid Wireless™ uses a proprietary algorithm to encode the digital audio information into an analog format which can be transmitted in a robust manner over an analog FM wireless link. At the receiver, the encoded signal is captured and a DSP recovers the original digital audio. This combination offers the superb audio quality of a pure digital system and the outstanding operating range of the finest FM wireless systems. The digital audio chain eliminates a compandor and its artifacts, and provides audio frequency response flat to 20 kHz. The RF link takes advantage of the spectral efficiency characteristics of an aggressively optimized UHF FM system.

Raising the Bar for Tone

The Lectrosonics IS400 sets a new standard for wireless instrument systems. Flat frequency response, low distortion and compandor-free operation provide the closest thing to using a high-quality, short instrument cable. The Lectrosonics IS400 reproduces the lowest fundamental from a 5-string bass (low B) at 32Hz up to the very highest overtones and harmonics.

Rugged and Ultra Portable

Both the transmitter and receiver of the Lectrosonics IS400 are all metal and provide 256 selectable frequencies in standard Lectrosonics frequency blocks. The input amplifier of the Lectrosonics IM transmitter uses an ultra low noise op-amp for quiet operation. *US Patent Pending

A 24-bit A-D converter digitizes the audio, and then filters supersonic audio above 21 kHz. The resulting signal is encoded with a proprietary algorithm to produce an analog data signal for RF transmission. The RF transmission is an optimized FM system with +/-75 kHz deviation for a high signal to noise ratio and a faithful representation of the original signal. The Lectrosonics IM transmitter is powered by a single 9VDC battery and provides greater than 50 mW output over the life of the battery for extended operating range and resistance to dropouts.

Lectrosonics IS400 Features:

  • 24-bit, Digital Hybrid™ audio stream forcompandor-free audio and unmatched tone
  • 256 selectable UHF frequencies
  • Rugged all-metal construction
  • Independent XLR and ¼” audio outputs
  • SmartTuning™ with graphic display for easy selection of clear transmission frequencies
  • Spring steel clip for secure transmitter mounting
  • Level indicators for precise gain adjustment
  • Greater than 50 mW RF output power for long range and dropout-free performance
  • 1 Year Warranty - See Manufacturer for details

    R400a Receiver:

  • Low noise, robust RF front end
  • Independent XLR and 1/4" audio outputs
  • SmartTuning™ with graphic display for easy selection of clear RF frequencies

    LMa Transmitter:

  • Spring metal clip for secure mounting
  • Level indicators for precise gain adjustment
  • Greater than 50 mW RF output for long range and dropout-free performance
    • Model: IS400
    • Manufactured by: Lectrosonics

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    Most users do not need a license to operate a wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating a microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888- CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC’s wireless microphone website at www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.