Lectrosonics has introduced its DBa digital belt pack transmitter as part of the DSW (Digital Secure Wireless) microphone system. The lightweight but rugged machined metal construction is ready for a rough life on the road, and its AES-256-CTR (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption technology makes gives a measure of protection where privacy is of concern.
The DBa has wide-band tuning (470-698 MHz), a linear RF output stage for reduced intermodulation distortion and a true 50mW transmission RF power for impressive range and resistance to dropouts. The TA5M mic/line input found on the DBa digital wireless belt pack transmitter accepts all lav and head-worn microphones wired for Lectrosonics servo-input transmitters.
Karl Winkler, Lectrosonics’ Vice President of Sales: “The new DBa digital belt pack transmitter is the ideal tool for critical audio applications where sound quality is first on the list. With powerful encryption, the DBa will also be at home on closed sets, theatres, corporate and government environments where privacy is a must. Of course the DBa has that classic Lectrosonics feel of machined metal — you know it will hold up when things get tough.”
The DBa digital belt pack transmitter is available now, with an MSRP of US$2150.