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Beyerdynamic Opus NE 300S UHF Diversity Receiver,

Beyerdynamic Opus NE 300S UHF Diversity Receiver,TS 300 Pocket Transmitter

Price: £190.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 04/07/2024
Item ID: 154130
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Beyerdynamic Opus NE 300S UHF Diversity Receiver,TS 300 Pocket Transmitter

Beyerdynamic Opus NE 300S UHF Diversity Receiver,

Beyerdynamic Opus NE 300S UHF Diversity Receiver,TS 300 Pocket Transmitter

 

In good condition, full working order

Taken from a working enviroment

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Includes:

1 x Opus 300s UHF Diversity Receiver, Frequency U862b

1 x TS300 Transmitter

1 x Thin Cord Microphone

1 x Aerial

1 x Power Adapter

1 x Kettle Power Lead

1 x Rugged Transport Case. 

 

The Opus 300 UHF guitar wireless system from beyerdynamic includes an NE 300 S true diversity receiver, 
a TS 300 pocket transmitter, and an MJ 41 G instrument cable. 
The Opus 300 is designed for use with electric guitars, acoustic guitars fitted with a pickup, 
or any other portable instruments with output signal facilities. 
Equipped with the innovative AutoScan/ACT-function and 16 switchable, preprogrammed frequencies, 
the Opus 300 can be operated with up to 16 channels per frequency range without any interference. 
True diversity, pilot tone recognition, and an adjustable squelch control deliver high-quality reception without moaning, 
whistling noises. Includes a rugged transport case.

Specifacations:

  • NE 300 S receiver:
  • Operating principle: True diversity receiver (UHF)
  • Frequencies: 16 preprogrammed frequencies
  • Frequency ranges: 798 - 822 MHz
  • 850 - 874 MHz
  • More frequency ranges on request
  • Switching bandwidth: 24 MHz
  • Antenna connection: 2 x TNC
  • Nominal deviation: ± 40 kHz
  • Output level: 1.2 V
  • Signal-to-noise ratio: > 105 dB(A)
  • T.H.D.
  • Squelch: Adjustable
  • Power supply: 12 V - 15 V DC
  • Mains: 100 V - 240 V AC
  • Dimensions: 210 x 206 x 44 mm
  • Weight: 1.0 kg
  • TS 300 pocket transmitter:
  • Frequency ranges: 798 - 822 MHz
  • 850 - 874 MHz
  • More frequency ranges on request
  • Modulation: FM
  • Nominal deviation: +/- 40 kHz
  • Radiated transmitter power: >10 mW
  • Sensitivity: 10 mV - 0.3 V, adjustable
  • Frequency response: 50 - 18,000 Hz
  • Transmission range: > 100 m
  • Signal-to-noise ratio: > 105 dB
  • T.H.D.:
  • Power supply: 1 x 9 V battery (alkaline) or rechargeable battery
  • Operating time: Up to 15 hours with battery
  • Dimensions: 105 x 63 x 21 mm
  • Weight: 85 g


  • UK Sales subject to VAT @ 20%


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    Any Questions?  Please call 020 8882 1111 from UK or +44 20 8882 1111 from outside the UK

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