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Lectrosonics SRc Dual-Channel Slot-Mount ENG Receiver (A1: 470.100 to 537.575 MHz)

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Lectrosonics SRc Dual-Channel Slot-Mount ENG Receiver (A1: 470.100 to 537.575 MHz)
Key Features
  • For Camera Slots and Various Adapters
  • Dual-Receiver Design for Two Channels
  • Tracking Front-End Filters
  • Tunes Over a 75 MHz Range
The SRc Dual-Channel Slot-Mount ENG Receiver from Lectrosonics consist of two separate receivers built into a single, ultra-compact housing with adapters for video-camera-receiver slots and for stand-alone use. They can be used when paired with a transmitter & microphone (sold separately) in various environments for ENG (Electronic News Gathering), EFP (Electronic Field Productions) and other audio applications.
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Lectrosonics SRc Overview

The SRc Dual-Channel Slot-Mount ENG Receiver from Lectrosonics consist of two separate receivers built into a single, ultra-compact housing with adapters for video-camera-receiver slots and for stand-alone use. They can be used when paired with a transmitter & microphone (sold separately) in various environments for ENG (Electronic News Gathering), EFP (Electronic Field Productions) and other audio applications.

Each receiver features Digital Hybrid Wireless technology that provides compandor-free audio quality and compatibility with other wireless systems. The RF performance is stable over a wide temperature range, making the receiver perfectly suited in rough environmental conditions.

The front panel has a menu-driven LCD interface and four membrane switches which are used to view and alter settings. In addition, the LCD window displays the pilot-tone indicator, diversity activity, RF level, audio level, and transmitter battery status for both receivers.

Furthermore, a built-in spectrum analyzer scans across the tuning range of the receiver and displays a histogram of RF activity across the band. Areas of RF activity are easily recognizable. The two internal receivers can be operated separately and both have switching, antenna-combining diversity, or in tandem with ratio-diversity reception.

Finally, a variety of output adapters and mounting options are available for camera-slot operation. The receivers are powered from an external 7 to 18 VDC source.

Fits camera "slots," Lectrosonics Duopack adapter and Octopack multicoupler, and operates stand-alone with various adapters
Dual-receiver design for two channels with phase switched diversity or single channel with ratio diversity operation
Digital Hybrid Wireless with compatibility modes for use with other transmitters
Tracking front-end filters for high performance in tough RF environments
LCD with RF spectrum scanning
SmartSquelch DSP-controlled, noise-based filtering and squelch
DSP-based pilot tone for squelch control
IR sync port for quick transmitter setup (LMb, LT, HHa, HMa, & SSM)
SmartTune operation for quick and confident frequency selection

Lectrosonics SRc Specs

Receiver
Receiver TypeSlot-Mount
Mounting OptionsShoe-Mount, Slot-Mount, 1/4"-20 Female (with Optional Hardware)
Antenna2 x Flexible Whip, SMA (Top-Mount)
Number of Audio Channels2
Audio I/ONone
Slot-Mount I/O AdaptersAvailable Separately:
DB-25 (Uni/SuperSlot), DE-15/DB-15 (Sony Type), TA3/Mini XLR, TA5/Mini XLR
Gain Range20 to 60 dB
Audio Output Level-50 to +5 dB (Balanced)
Frequency Response32 Hz to 20 kHz ±1 dB
Network I/ONone
Network ProtocolsNone
USB/Lightning ConnectivityNone
Standalone Audio Interface CapableNo
ImpedanceAntenna:
50 Ohms
RF PrincipleDouble Superheterodyne
Approximate RF Sensitivity-107 dB / 1 µV
Squelch100 dBm
SpuriousRejection: 85 dB
Power RequirementsAC/DC Power Adapter, Battery, DC Input
Battery Type2 x 9V (with Optional Equipment)
AC/DC Power Adapter12 VDC at 3 A (Not Included)
DC Input Power7 to 18 VDC
18 VDC at 145mA
7 VDC at 290mA
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Display & Indicators1 x LCD (Battery Status, Level, Power, RF Level, Sync, Transmitter Battery Status)
Operating Temperature-4 to 122°F / -20 to 50°C
Dimensions2.9 x 1.2 x 4.9" / 73.7 x 30.5 x 124.5 mm
Weight7 oz / 198 g
Physical
Wireless TechnologyAnalog/Digital Hybrid UHF
Number of RF Channel Frequencies3072
DiversityRatio Diversity, Smart Diversity
RF Frequency BandA1:
470.1 to 537.575 MHz
RF Bandwidth76 MHz
Frequency Step Size25 kHz
100 kHz
RF Channel ScanningAuto-Scan
Control App SupportNo
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.25 x 5.375 x 3.5"

Lectrosonics SRc Reviews

Well worth the price

By Carlos
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-25

I was using a G4 and needed some more mics. There are a lot of options out there but these just work. I wanted something with good range and no dropout issues. I got these for one thing and now I use them for everything. They are crystal clear. I started using them at church also and there is no issue even with everyone on wireless devices. It is my first Lectrosonics system but definitely not my last.

Great machine

By Alvin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-11-23

I bought the SRC as my first dual receiver having used the SRB a few times beforehand. The long and short of this thing is that it’s a workhorse that is accurate in its scanning and compatibility with devices is fantastic. The one downside to this thing is that it still has the trouble with Walkie-talkies if they are used too close to it. So be aware of your proximity to two-way radios. I can’t recommend this product enough. Truly the best tech Lectrosonics has to offer. I use this in an ENG bag for reality tv and it helps with cutting the weight down from the old 411a receivers. Also the versatility of the bottom plate adapters lets you use it in a camera slot, a rack mount, or for firmware updates. A must buy.

A solid investment for ENG/EFP sound

By Alex
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-16

This is not my first SRc. It's my 7th (4 in one bag, 3 in the other), as I keep adding channels to my inventory. With plenty of transmitters on hand, I needed to add two extra receiver channels to my secondary sound package. I'm all-in on Lectrosonics and the A1 block for talent wireless. I use the SRc with SMDWB and SMWB transmitters. Menu navigation is intuitive. Build quality is top-notch. The SREXT back plate is easy to install for immediate integration into a bagged sound package. There's been plenty of chatter about signal range with the SRc not quite being up to snuff as compared to the lauded 411a, but both my sound packages have antenna distribution with PSC RF Multi and Betso Bowties, and I have no issues with signal range. Even with the newer all-digital systems hitting the market (822, DSQD), there's still plenty of life in digital hybrid.

Love it!

By Carlos
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-08

This is my first Lectrosonics purchase after doing some extensive research on upgrading my previous setup. This has exceeded my expectations in every way. Not only do I use it for filming but I also use it at our church at it works flawlessly! The sound difference is beyond just noticeable. For the first time in 19 years we have no dropouts with a lapel mic.

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Does this run off of 9V battery power?

Does this run off of 9V battery power?
Asked by: Dave
You would need SR9VBP to be able to run this on a 9V battery. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/663969-REG/Lectrosonics_SR9VBP_SR9VBP_9_Volt_Battery.html
Answered by: David
Date published: 2021-07-29

What type of batteries does the receiver and ...

What type of batteries does the receiver and transmitter use?
Asked by: Alan
This is a slot in receiver which means it will not connect to a battery directly. Instead it will feed off the camera power/battery or through other slot systems. If you don't already have a slot-in system, this is most likely not the right system to suit your needs.
Answered by: Marty
Date published: 2019-02-27

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Whats included in the box?
Asked by: Paul
In the box is the receiver, a wall mounted power supply, and 2 antennas. The bottom plate, which is selected according to the way it will be used, must be ordered separately. For example, for a Panasonic camera you need to order an SRSUPER plate. Please see the Lectrosonics website for a list of available bottom plates.
Answered by: Howard K. Lectrosonics Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the power input? What kind of cable could I use to go from an NP-1 or BDS into the SRc?
Asked by: Harper
The receiver accepts from 6-18V d.c. @1.4W, so it is compatible with most any battery or DC supply system. The connector is an LZR threaded locking plug. Our PS200 cable goes from a Hirose to LZR so that might help. (You didn't state what type of connector is at the supply side). Also - and very important: you must order with the receiver a bottom plate that is suitable to your application. If the receiver is not being used in a camera the most commonly used plate is the SREXT. This gives you both audio channels out on TA3 connectors and the LZR power input port.
Answered by: Howard K. Lectrosonics Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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