03.10.2006 12:00 AM
Zaxcom Introduces New Wireless Mic Transceiver
Zaxcom Inc. will introduce the TRX900AA digital microphone transceiver with integrated 12-hour recording capacity at NAB2006.

Pompton Plains, N.J.-based Zaxcom designed the new system to operate up to 12 hours on two AA batteries and provide integrated recording up to 12 hours of audio. The new system simplifies remote production with built-in IFB support, timecode transmission, and RF remote control from up to 200 feet away.

“Our RF remote control provides further peace of mind in reality TV applications where the production crew may need to make audio changes quickly without interfering with the talent or missing a minute of the action,” said Glenn Sanders, president of Zaxcom.

Optional timecode transmission and video sync generation, a brand-new feature for the digital wireless microphone system, will allow the user to transmit two channels of audio, timecode and video sync to just one receiver on the camera. Video sync standards include tri-level, NTSC, and PAL.

Zaxcom will be in Booth N4227.

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