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|Frequency||638 to 698 MHz|
|Power Requirements||DC 3.0 V (with two AA-size alkaline (LR6) batteries) DC 5.0 V (via USB micro-B)|
|Battery Life||Approximately six hours for 2 channel use / eight hours for 1 channel use with Sony's AA-size alkaline (LR6) batteries at 77°F (25°C)|
|Dimensions (W x L x H)||2.5 x 3.2 x 1.1" (63.5 x 82.5 x 28.6 mm)|
|Weight||7.4 (210 g)|
For me its a rock solid equipment. With an small power bank Im getting 18hours of constant use, so, I dont need to worry about change batterys in a normal production day. My problem is when you try to feed a broadcast or a big camera like Sony fs7, Canon c100/300, etc..
On the A7r2 with the hotshot interface, all manual audio controls are disabled. All channels are stuck in automatic which is unusable as you can imagine. Ive searched high and wide for any discussions and solutions but so far no joy....
This Receiver is a must have for any event. Family gathering, Weddings, On vacation. and where ever I go, my Z150 would not look complete without the Sony URX-P03 and the SHOE MOUNT ADAPTOR
Awesome product, the range is crazy on this device and the audio quality is best in class.
Taking off 1 star because any power source via USB will raise the noise floor and/or create electrical humming. USB is the worst connector for an audio device, not sure why Sony chose to use it. Everything else works as it should.
Love Sony products. Unusual experience with this product and model when the "menu" button was easily broken about a month after I received it. Very expensive venture to replace it. I did see reviews warning of this.
This is what I have been waiting for!! Along with the new dual hot shoe (sold separately) and 2 transmitters, the URX-P03D allows me to bring in 2 wireless mics in to my FS7. No wires and it is powered by the camera.
It does what it should do. Without a problem yet.
This system was bought to use in a Large (66'x170'x40') Horse Riding Arena. It has Metal walls, dirt/composite floor, and a metal ceiling with insulated backing. This is a BIG BIG Open Space!