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The VRT2 Receiver Module from Lectrosonics supports up to 3072 tunable frequencies across a 75 MHz range (three standard Lectrosonics blocks), matching the tuning ranges of the SSM, LT, and LMb "large bandwidth" transmitters. Up to six modules can be used simultaneously when installed in the Lectrosonics 1 RU Venue 2 receiver main frame (sold separately), and utilized in wireless applications for live stage, theater, houses of worship, and more.
The VRT2 modules feature IQ dynamic-tracking filters, which accommodate a wide range of transmitter-RF power levels while also enabling tight channel spacing – critical features as the RF spectrum continues to shrink. Furthermore, the receiver modules can be operated independently, each with switched diversity reception for a total of six audio channels, or operated in pairs for a more robust diversity reception with one audio channel per module pair.
Finally, the VRT2 modules are easy to change, with no tools required, and can be mixed and matched within one frame in any position, except when paired for ratio-diversity reception. VRT2 modules are not compatible with older Venue (VRM, VRMWB, and VRMWBL) frames.
IQ Front-End Filtering
When the incoming RF signal is strong, the iQ filter switches to a narrowband mode with reduced gain for additional suppression of signals above and below the operating frequency. When the incoming RF signal level weakens, the filter switches to an extended-range mode for maximum sensitivity in the receiver module
The receiver modules interface with the main assembly through multi-pin connectors on either side of the chassis