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A-T launches durable in-ear monitor system

A-T launches durable in-ear monitor system

A-T launches durable in-ear monitor system

The 3000 Series Wireless In-Ear Monitor System has been designed by Audio-Technica to bring professional sound quality and features to all levels of performers and performance venues. Created for use by musicians, systems integrators, HOW technical personnel and owners of live performance venues, the ATW-3255 is a durable in-ear monitor system that’s described as easy to use and reportedly delivers high-quality sound with dependable RF across more than three times the tuning bandwidth of competitive models in its price range.

With design elements modelled after A-T’s 3000 Series UHF Wireless Microphone Systems, the 3000 Series IEM system features a rack-mount transmitter with front-panel controls and large OLED display, compact bodypack receiver and ATH-E40 professional in-ear monitor headphones. The bodypack receiver’s headphone amp and ATH-E40 headphone’s proprietary dual-phase push–pull drivers are said to combine to provide clear, natural sound quality on any stage.

The 3000 Series Wireless IEM offers wide-band UHF coverage in the increasingly congested RF environment with 138MHz of tuning range spanning 470–608MHz in frequency band DF2. Its diversity antennas reportedly ensure stable reception even in the most crowded RF environments. Additional features include pan/personal mix controls, a cue mode that allows an audio engineer to monitor several IEM channels from a single receiver, a 3000 Link mode that enables compatibility with 3000 Series wireless microphone components and network monitoring and control via the Audio-Technica Wireless Manager software.

Both the transmitter and receiver include OLED screens for optimal readout of key settings and alerts, especially in low lighting situations. The bodypack receiver operates continuously for up to seven hours when powered by NiMH batteries and charged in the optional ATW-CHG3 or ATW-CHG3N charging stations; for compatibility and convenience, these are the same chargers used by 3000 Series microphone systems’ UHF bodypack transmitters. The transmitter is equipped with balanced XLR inputs and loop output, plus network port.

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