- Item # 1480316
- Model # 506659
Higher channel density with maximum signal reliability at the same time: Digital 6000 is intermodulation-free and assures, through its equidistant frequency grid, excellent spectral efficiency and th… Learn More
Ship to Store
2-7 business days
A digital 2-channel receiver for live productions and transmissions, even in the toughest environments.
Higher channel density with maximum signal reliability at the same time: Digital 6000 is intermodulation-free and assures, through its equidistant frequency grid, excellent spectral efficiency and the simplest frequency configuration– even in the toughest frequency environments where other systems already fail. Error correction and audio error masking recognize and fix problems long before they even become audible. When it comes to setup and the user interface, the EM 6000 stands out for clarity, relevance and short pathways.Whether we’re talking about reducing information down to the really meaningful key values or smart menus on a high-contrast OLED display, every operating element is a result of practical experience and designed for practical use. All the vital parameters are summarized in one view. Important functions can be reached directly via home screens without long navigation paths. The auto-setup enables scanning and frequency distribution to all connected devices directly via the receiver; naturally, Digital 6000 can also be monitored and configured via the Wireless System Manager (WSM). Call or click to order today.
- 19’’ 2-Channel receiver, 19 inch 1RU
- Large 244 MHz switching bandwidth
- Legendary Long Range mode (LR) with proprietary audio codec (SeDAC) from the masterpiece Digital 9000
- True bit diversity utilizes both receiver paths, combines their information content to provide the best possible signal
- Equidistant frequency grid for maximum channel density and simplest setup
- 32 superior quality RF pre-selection filters for optimal suppression of interference signals at antenna input
- Error correction and audio error masking
- AES-256 encryption