The Sennheiser SR 300 IEM G3 monitoring system takes wireless monitoring to the next level. The in-ear stereo transmitter has an integrated 5-band equalizer for extra sound control. Pass-through socke... Read More
The Sennheiser SR 300 IEM G3 monitoring system takes wireless monitoring to the next level. The in-ear stereo transmitter has an integrated 5-band equalizer for extra sound control. Pass-through sockets for the audio signal enable the audio feed from a console to be routed to other devices in the chain, simplifying your setup. The enhanced audio frequency response of 25 to 15,000 Hz means the performers hear the most accurate sound possible from this in-ear wireless monitor system. The enhanced frequency bank system reserves up to 16 compatible frequencies to maintain a crisp, clear sound. An Ethernet port allows for connection to the Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software for control via computer-this delivers a good overview of monitoring and professional data management for multi-channel systems. The Sennheiser SR 300 IEM has an Auto-Lock function that avoids accidental setting changes. Lastly, the entire set can be monitored and remote-controlled, with Sennheiser's "Wireless Systems Manager" software built in the stereo transmitter.
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Comments about Sennheiser SR 300 IEM G3 In-Ear Monitor System Transmitter Only:
I bought this recently so the band I'm in could practice with vocals without dealing with screaming to hear our vocals or feedback from monitors. We can control our own headset volumes via our packs. It was incredibly easy to setup. Basically just turn it on, hold the pack next to it, and it's done. You'll be paying a little bit for this piece, but it will be well worth it. We also plan on using this at gigs in the future.