The XS Wireless IEM transmitter features metal housing designed for durability and can be rack-mounted system or used stand-alone. The clear, backlit menu allows for easy setups even on dark stages. The XLR combo inputs provide flexible cabling options – you can connect anything with a XLR or 6.3 mm (1/4 inch) plug. You can preview your in-ear mix locally with the headphone output on the front. Setting up gain, mono or stereo options, input sensitivity, or frequency channels takes just a matter of seconds thanks to the clear, simple menu.
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The rugged XS Wireless IEM transmitter features metal housing designed for ever-changing stages, rehearsals, and travels. The transmitter can be operated stand-alone or as part of a rack with the optional rack mount kit. The removeable BNC antenna allows for various mounting options.
The backlit front interface offers easy and simplified access in a clearly arranged menu. Just a few clicks, even on dark stages, and you can optimize input signals, link additional receivers with the infrared panel, or simply monitor the audio status.
The two XLR combo inputs on the back are open for both XLR or 6.3 mm (1/4 inch) connections, resulting in a high flexibility with different cabling options. A 6.3 mm (1/4 inch) headphone jack output on the front can be used for wired, stationary monitoring or as a quick overview option in larger setups.
Advanced transmitter settings like gain, input sensitivity, mono or stereo options, and easy frequency management with eight frequency banks with 12 precalculated channels each allow perfect monitoring for any demand, on any stage and in any location.
Single-stereo UHF transmitter for XS Wireless IEM systems
Rugged metal housing in a standard half-rack size
Backlit front panel to access all key settings
2x XLR and 6.3 mm (1/4 inch) TRS combo inputs
Additional headphone output (6.3 mm / ¼ inch) on front
Removeable BNC antenna for optimal positioning options
Easy Frequency management - 8 frequency banks with 12 precalculated channels each