Zaxcom TRX900LT

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What is it? A digital wireless transmitter with timecode-referenced audio recorder. DetailsThe TRX900LT, launched in April 2010, combines wireless transmission, recording, and remote control receiving functions into a single lower-cost system for the production of episodic television, motion pictures and live broadcast events. Designed to be extremely lightweight and durable, the TRX900LT is housed in a high-strength, impact-resistant nylon polymer casing that provides protection from both corrosion and water damage.Like all technologies in Zaxcom’s TRX product line, the TRX900LT features 100-percent digital transmission for audio quality that rivals hard-wired systems. All audio transmissions from the TRX900LT are fully encrypted to eliminate the possibility of production audio interception and theft. www.zaxcom.com

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