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Audio Limited DX2040

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Audio Limited DX2040 receiver
The DX2040 true diversity receiver is the newest addition to Audio’s RMS2040 range of radio microphone systems and delivers the broadcast quality audio that the 2040 system is already renowned for.

The all new design incorporates the latest advanced technology to enhance multi-channel operation with a switching bandwidth of up to 24MHz and 32 pre-programmed frequencies.

The receiver can be internally powered from two 1.5V, AA (LR6) type batteries giving up to 5 hours use on good quality alkaline batteries (longer using lithium type), and externally powered (with a supply range of 6-18V DC) using cables available from Audio.

The DX2040 receiver has Audio’s unique infrared interface allowing the user to set all parameters via the SwitchiR, a keyfob-sized remote control unit. Additionally, scanning with signal strength on location is possible through AudiR for Palm (available free here). These features are normally only found on mains powered studio based rack systems.

A standard six pin Lemo connector interface means existing cables to be used and the receiver is fully backwards compatible with Audio’s older RMS2020 and RMS2000 ranges.

Weight: 225g (without batteries)
Size: 136 x 63 x 20 mm
Battery required: 2 x 1.5V LR6, AA type
External supply range: 6 – 18V DC
Frequency range: 470 – 960MHz (specify at time of order)
Sensitivity: -98dBm for 40dB SINAD
System audio frequency response: 50Hz – 18kHz ±1dB
Number of switchable frequencies built in: 32
Switching bandwidth: Up to 24MHz
System frequency response: 50Hz – 18kHz ±1dB
System S/N ratio: 96 to over 104dB
System THD measured at 1KHz: LED Indicators: Yellow (x2) – diversity switching; bright red – no signal; orange – low TX battery; red – low DX battery
Interface: Infra-red (SwitchiR)
Output connector : 6 pin Lemo™ providing transformer balanced microphone level (-26dBV max.) adjustable, headphone level
Antenna connector: 2 x SMA
Temperature range: -20 to +55°C
Compliant to: R&TTE 1999/5/EC, FCC
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