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|Type of Transmitter||SKM 100 G3|
|Type of Microphone||e 835|
|Interchangeable Mic Heads||Not Applicable|
|Battery Type/Approx. Life||AA 1.5 V Batteries x2 (8 Hours Typ.)|
|Mute Switch||Programmable Mute Function|
|Antenna Type||1/4 Wave|
|Approx. Working Range||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||> / - 110 dBA|
|# Of Channels||168020 Channel Banks, 1 Fixed Bank, 12 Factory Preset Channels Each|
|# Of Simultaneous Systems||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|RF Carrier Frequency Range||G (566-608 MHz)|
|Type of System||True Diversity UHF Wireless Handheld Mic System|
|Overall Frequency Response||Line: 25 Hz - 18kHzMic: 80 Hz - 18 kHz|
|Antenna Type||BNC Type x2|
|Type of Receiver||EM 100 Half-Rack Mountable True Diversity UHF|
|Type of Outputs||Balanced XLRUnbalanced 1/4" Phone|
|Headphone Monitoring||1/4" Phone (Front Panel)|
|Power Requirements||12 VDC|
|Battery Type/Approx. Life||Not Applicable|
|Display||Back-lit LCD Display|
|Mounting Options||Included GA 3 Rackmount Kit|
|Dimensions||7.48 x 8.35 x 1.69" (190 x 212 x 43 mm)|
|Weight||1.99 lb (900 g)|
|Package Weight||8.8 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||27.0 x 15.0 x 3.0"|
Our customer wanted some new handheld wireless mics to add to their existing ones. This new model worked flawlessly and was a piece of blueberry pie to set up.
ZZounds sales reps are very knowledgeable and patient, they gave me the assurance that my purchasing the Sennheiser EW 135 G3 would be well worth it and it did, this Microphone is very clear, sturdy and rugged.
I love this unit. Works great for vocals and preaching at out church. Picks up speaker's breath easily. You have to lower gain on a mic one step down form default (to -24 db). But don't lower it to -30 cause it will distorted the sound.
These are 7th, 8th, and 9th stage miss for our church worship team. We love the Sennheiser mics and they are the only ones we use. We picked the freq different from the in-ear monitors to de-conflict the airways. Mics are clear with no hmm, hiss, or feedback with the proper Midas 32 settings.
Bought this mic for church use but I was not so impressed. The clip that hold the mic is way too tight. you have to hold the stand with one hand and pull the mic with the other. Not too easy for some of the elderly to do.
I have purchased 5 of these so far. One is used every week by a very dynamic preacher and the other 4 are used in my road rack with a high energy dance band. I will be purchasing more of these and I would recommend them to anyone looking for a good quality wireless mic
I'm the live sound technician for my church (around 400 people), and have used many different handheld/wireless systems over the years. This by far is the best system I've ever used. In July we had a big car show and our Audio Technica handheld system was unreliable.
I'm a 67 year young former radio now mobile dj playing events mainly for older guests. I've owned several wirelss mics and the EW 100G3 is far and away the best sound quality and durability i've ever seen. Easily sorts from hundreds of frequencies if you're in an area with lots of interference.
I bought this microphone as a replacement for my pastor's wireless microphone. Wow!...the clarity is truly amaizing. The clarity remained the same even when the mic was over hundred feet away from the church building. I strongly recommend this product.
Our church's praise team was having trouble avoiding tripping in tangles and loops of microphone cords on the crowded altar. No amount of rerouting or gaff taping would do. We elected to ease into wireless technology but the budget was groaning.