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Two-channel recording wireless transmitter
A recording wireless transmitter, the TRX900LTS supports two microphone inputs and independent transmission of two isolated audio channels, all on a single RF carrier signal. Audio professionals can transmit a stereo image wirelessly from talent via a single body pack. The dual-microphone input enhances the production of 5.1 surround sound. LTS records timecode-stamped, two-channel, back-up audio directly within the body pack to eliminate the risk of audio loss due to interference or signal drop out. With 100-percent digital audio wireless transmission and no intermodulation, each unit also features an internal SMPTE timecode reader/generator. It provides up to 96 hours of recording time and is supported by the ZaxNet remote control network for adjustments on the fly.
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