The newly designed compact receiver is the crown jewel of this system. It allows direct connection to any XLR input be it a camera or audio recorder device. It also rotates around the XLR connector to avoid collision with other devices mounted on your camera.
Some users will appreciate the liberating approach of having one less wire to connect between the camera and the receiver, while for other this design might be limiting.
For a quick and easy configuration, Sennheiser claims to offer a “self configuring digital transmission which eliminates time-consuming radio frequency setup. Further more, The AVX matches perfectly to your camera’s input sensitivity without having to adjust the audio level on the microphone.
On paper, this new solution looks good for documentary work, Electronic News Gathering and wedding filming. We are looking forward having a kit to test.
What’s in the box?
- Plug-on receiver
- Energy pack
- USB charger
- USB charging cable
- Bodypack transmitter
- ME 2 lavalier microphone
- Microphone clip
- Hot shoe mount
- XLR to mini jack cable
|Audio input||3,5 mm mini jack|
|Audio output level||-30 dBu – 0 dBu in 4 Steps|
|Battery Specification||Li-Ion 3,7 V DC|
|Dynamic range||> 120 dB(A)|
|Frequency band||1880 – 1930 MHz (Country specific)|
|Frequency response||20 Hz – 20000 Hz|
|Operating temperature||-10 °C – + 55°C|
|Operating time||> 4h (Receiver), typ 15 h (Transmitter with LiIon energy pack)|
|RF output power||adaptive up to 250mW (peak) country specific|
|Sampling rates||24 bit / 48 kHz|
|Signal-to-noise ratio||> 90 dB(A)|
|THD, total harmonic distortion||typ. 0.1 %|
|Weight||Receiver: 87 g (incl energy pack)|