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Wireless microphone specialist to display its Digital Hybrid Wireless model

NAMM 2012: Lectrosonics to showcase HH Handheld Transmitter

Lectrosonics will be showcasing its Digital Wireless Hybrid-equipped HH Handheld Transmitter at this year’s winter NAMM show.

With a host of features, including the ability to accept third party, thread-on capsules and its broad input gain range, the HH transmitter is designed to serve as the natural choice for presenters, educators, and use in houses of worship, for everything from the worship leader to the praise ensemble performers.

The HH Transmitter accepts standard thread-on capsules from a number of manufacturers, offering users the freedom to select the microphone capsule that is best suited for their particular application. It also offers 44 dB of input gain range.

Furthermore, the Transmitter is also equipped with a membrane switch control panel/high-resolution LCD display, which is designed to facilitate intuitive operation and setup, as well as offering a talkback feature that enables communication between the performer and, for example, the front of house mix engineer. A firmware update adding talkback mode for the Lectrosonics Venue receiver system is also available.

Karl Winkler, director of business development at Lectrosonics, commented: “Our customers have asked for a number of features in this handheld. To make the product rider-friendly, the HH accepts standard thread-on capsules. For longer run time, it uses AA batteries and, for ease of use, it has an intuitive interface with membrane buttons and an LCD display. Finally, it’s a really compact package that fits in the hand nicely. Advanced features like the talkback function are icing on the cake. We believe it’s the perfect handheld transmitter for many of the customers likely to be in attendance during NAMM.”

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