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Sennheiser’s XS wireless makes European debut

Entry-level wireless system makes its European debut at Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt.

Sennheiser’s new “entry-level” XS Wireless radio microphone series is celebrating its European premiere at this year’s Prolight + Sound. The series is comprised of two vocal sets, an instrument system and presentation sets with clip-on microphone or a headmic. The system automatically searches for free frequencies, and transmitters are synchronised with their receivers via a wireless link. The two XS Wireless vocal sets are fitted with Sennheiser microphone capsules, and the series also includes an instrument set for guitarists. Vocalists can choose between a handheld with a super-cardioid condenser capsule and one that includes a genuine dynamic e 835 capsule. Up to 12 wireless links can be operated simultaneously on freely tunable frequencies within a switching bandwidth of 24 MHz (13 MHz for the E frequency range). Also available are the new GAM 1 and GAM 2 single-channel and two-channel rack-mount kits. The GAM 2 includes two 1:2 antenna splitters for distributing the antenna signal from a single pair of antennas to both receivers. “With the XS Wireless Series, Sennheiser offers reliability and quality sound at an entry-level price,” explained Martin Fischer, product manager for Sennheiser’s wireless systems. “It offers good value for money and will benefit small event and conference venues, houses of worship as well as bands, vocalists and musicians.”