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Shure P2T - Wireless Transmixer for PSM 200 In-Ear Monitoring Systems

B&H # SHPT2 Mfr # P2T
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The Shure P2T transmixer provides the connector link from the PSR 200 wireless personal monitoring system to the house or monitor mixing console, supporting both balanced and unbalanced feeds. Compact, with accessible level controls and offering the input and routing capabilities of a small mixer, the transmixer also offers a respectable RF output for cleaner and more reliable reception on stage.

P2T transmixer doubles as remote dual input audio mixer in a single unit; XLR Split Out connectors enable chain routing of multiple P2T's and pass signal unaffected by individual level settings
Multi Channel frequency support offers greater freedom from RF interference at operating locale
Channel Scan enables monitoring and selection from receiver of clearest, interference free frequency at operating locale
Sturdy volume knobs adjacent to inputs for quick access
Transmitter is a 1/2 space rack unit, rack kit included
Frequency Response 30 Ha to 12 kHz, (+0, -3 db re 1kHz); varies with earpiece
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 80 db typical
Analog to Digital Converter No
D to A Converters No
Channel Separation No (Mono System)
Maximum Input Level -5 dBu at 1/2 Volume
Impedance 10 kOhms
Input Pad Switch No
Output Level 30 mW (+15 dBm), varies with country and locale
Input Connections Combined 1/4" and XLR Left and Right support either balanced or unbalanced connectivity
Output Connections No
Input Cable No
Power Requirements External PS 20 power supply, 120 Vac
Battery Life Not Applicable
Limiting Built in, fixed threshold
Equalization No
Personal Mix Control Yes
Dimensions 8.6 x 5.6 x 1.7" (218.44 x 142.24 x 43.18mm)
Weight 13 oz (368.5 g)
Shure P2T - Wireless Transmixer for PSM 200 In-Ear Monitoring Systems
  • External PS20 power supply
  • Single and Dual Mount Rack Kit
  • Straddle Bars
  • 2 Year Warranty
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    ShureP2T - Wireless Transmixer
     
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    5.0

    Love It!

    By Big B

    from Dallas, TX

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    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Clear sound
    • Compact
    • Durable
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Great Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Basic Systems
      • Entertainment
      • Larger Rooms
      • Production Quality
      • Smaller Rooms

      Comments about Shure P2T - Wireless Transmixer:

      We bought it for our BGV's to use for wireless ears. Made the mistake of letting the Lead vocals use it and now they want it for themselves. Easy to ues and setup. Can not think of anything wrong with it.

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