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Hands On Review : Lectrosonics L-Series Wireless System
Lectrosonics L Series LR Diversity Receiver
Hands-On Review : Lectrosonics L-Series Wireless System
The LR Wireless Receiver from Lectrosonics is a digital hybrid ultra-compact portable wireless bodypack receiver with 75 MHz tuning bandwidth and with tracking front-end filters. When paired with a transmitter and microphone it can be used to capture audio in environments for applications such as broadcast TV, video production, ENG field work, and more.
The LR has several other features to help provide good clear audio, such as compatibility modes to allow the receiver to operate with older analog receivers. Dual antenna diversity helps to improve range and resistance to dropouts. There is also a built-in RF spectrum analyzer and SmartTune scan, which make finding a clean frequency on-site quick and easy.
In addition, the LR receiver is enclosed in machined-aluminum housing and built with detachable antennas that allow for remote antenna mounting. LCD and membrane switch interfaces provide clear information for setup and status monitoring. This transmitter operates in the B1 frequency band between 537.600 to 614.375 MHz.
In the Box
Lectrosonics L Series LR Mini Hybrid Portable Wireless Receiver (B1: 537.600 to 614.375 MHz)
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
537.600 to 614.375 MHz
Frequency Selection Steps
Selectable 25 or 100 kHz
Dual conversion, superheterodyne
243.950 MHz and 250.000 kHz
Front End Bandwidth
20 MHz @ -3 dB
20 dB SINAD: 1.0 uV (-107 dBm), A weighted 60 dB Quieting: 2.2 uV (-100 dBm), A weighted
> 100 dB typical
+/-100 kHz max. varies with selected compatibility mode
Image and Spurious Rejection
Third Order Intercept
SmartDiversity phased antenna combining
Digital pulse counting detector
RF Spectrum Analyzer
Single and multiple block scanning modes with coarse and fine views of results
2x 50 ohms SMA female connectors
1x TA3 male (mini XLR) balanced output
Audio Output Level
Adjustable -50 to +5 dBu in 1 dB steps, unbalanced output level is 6 dB lower
Front Panel Controls
Sealed panel with membrane switches LCD for setup menus and monitoring