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Lectrosonics HMa Plug-On Wireless Transmitter (B1: 537 to 607 MHz)

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Lectrosonics HMa Plug-On Wireless Transmitter (B1: 537 to 607 MHz)
Key Features
  • For Broadcast, EFP and ENG Applications
  • Accepts Mic or Line-Level Signals
  • Transmits on Block B1
  • Supplies 5/15/48V Phantom Power
The HMa from Lectrosonics is a UHF plug-on transmitter that accepts mic or line-level signals via a standard XLR connector. The transmitter is designed to be paired with a Lectrosonics receiver and handheld microphone (sold separately)for use in applications for ENG (Electronic News Gathering), EFP (Electronic Field Productions), interviews for broadcast TV, and more. The HMa offer phantom power selectable at 5, 15, and 48V—allowing it to work with a wide variety of condenser mics. Of course you can switch the phantom power off entirely if you're using a dynamic microphone.
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Which ones can be used in the U.S.

Which ones can be used in the U.S.
Asked by: Yuxin
All of the Lectrosonics HMa Plug-On Wireless Transmitters that we sell can be used in the United States.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2023-04-28

What recivers are available to use with this ...

What recivers are available to use with this transmitter?
Asked by: David
The list of receivers compatible with the Lectrosonics HMa Plug-On Wireless Transmitter depends on the frequency range selected. For an HMa on the A1 (470-537MHz) or B1 (537-607MHz) ranges, there are many options including the Lectrosonics SRc, LR, UCR411A. If using the HMa on the 941 (941-951MHz), the options are limited to the SRc receiver.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-09-12

Is it posible to use this Lectrosonic transmitter ...

Is it posible to use this Lectrosonic transmitter with a Sennheiser receiver in the same band (A1)?
Asked by: Daniel
No that would not be possible.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2023-02-02
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