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Harman launches AKG DMS 2.4GHz digital wireless mics in UK

Posted on: Monday 5th of August 2019

HARMAN Professional Solutions and UK distributor Sound Technology Ltd have announced the availability of new AKG DMS100 and DMS300 professional digital wireless systems in the UK. The DMS100 and DMS300 digital wireless systems aim to deliver studio-quality sound with advanced security features, extended battery life and ease-of-use.

DMS systems were designed for intuitive operation, with push-button channel pairing and colour-coding for easy identification. Adaptive channel selection enables the location of available wireless channels, and DMS300 features a high-resolution front-panel LCD screen. Up to four DMS100 and up to eight DMS300 systems can be synced and used simultaneously. Both systems are available in two configurations: a handheld microphone or an instrument- or headset-ready body pack. It offers 24-bit/48 kHz uncompressed audio coding, low latency and signal security provided by AES 256-bit encryption.

AKG DMS digital wireless systems operate in the 2.4GHz band, a global license-free space, avoiding the interference found in traditional analogue wireless systems. Built-in advanced AES 256-bit encryption protects the signal and keeps wireless audio communications private.

“New AKG DMS professional digital wireless systems leverage more than 70 years of AKG microphone engineering to deliver unrivalled fidelity, security and performance,” said Christopher Palmer, product manager, Microphones, HARMAN Professional Solutions.

The DMS100 Wireless Microphone Set and the DMS100 Wireless Instrument Set both have an SRP of £249. The DMS300 Wireless Microphone Set and DMS300 Wireless Instrument Set both have an SRP of £329.

www.akg.com



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