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NEW UPW-D IS A SHOE-IN FOR SONY

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16 January 2014

Sony Wireless

 

Sony has tweaked its UWP series of wireless microphone systems, upping the previous UWP-V models (which we reviewed last year) to the UWP-D. The UWP receivers are designed to mount directly onto professional video cameras and now – with the new model – even high-end SLR/mirrorless-type cameras. Another improvement is the introduction of new “hybrid digital processing technology to deliver high quality sound” thanks to a process Sony calls “digital companding” – no prizes for guessing exactly what kind of DSP plug-in trickery is being applied here post-capture with transmission still handled by conventional analogue FM modulation. The LCD display providing channel and battery status info has doubled in size, and functions like Automatic Channel Setting and Clear Channel Scan make it easy to find a frequency you can call your very own. The UWP-D series comes in three flavours, the D11, D12 and D16, which all vary according to the type of transmitter included – handheld, bodypack or plug-on. We’re still a few weeks away from seeing stocks in Australia and pricing isn’t confirmed. Best site for more technical info is www.pro.sony.com.au

Australian Distributor: Sony Australia www.sony.com.au

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