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Sony URX-P03D Dual-Channel Camera-Mount Wireless Receiver (UC14: 470 to 542 MHz)

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Sony URX-P03D Dual-Channel Camera-Mount Wireless Receiver (UC14: 470 to 542 MHz)
Key Features
  • For UWP-D Wireless Systems
  • Two Audio Channels
  • True-Diversity Camera-Mount Receiver
  • 2772 Auto-Scan Frequencies
The Sony URX-P03D dual-channel camera-mount wireless receiver gives you the ability to simultaneously receive audio from two UWP-D series transmitters. Fast and easy to set up with frequency auto-scan and IR sync functions, the receiver uses digital audio processing to deliver uncompromising sound quality for cameramen, videographers, vloggers, and journalists working in the field.
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Sony URX-P03D Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Digital Audio Processing for High-Quality Sound
  • 3Easy Channel Scan and Automatic Channel Setting Mode
  • 4Reliable Reception with True Diversity
  • 5Headphone Monitoring for Location Sound
  • 6Multiple Powering Options
  • 7Variable Output Level to Match your Camera
  • 8Robust Metal Body
  • 9Compatible with Sony 800 and UWP Series Receivers

The Sony URX-P03D dual-channel camera-mount wireless receiver gives you the ability to simultaneously receive audio from two UWP-D series transmitters. Fast and easy to set up with frequency auto-scan and IR sync functions, the receiver uses digital audio processing to deliver uncompromising sound quality for cameramen, videographers, vloggers, and journalists working in the field.

The compact URX-P03D fits neatly on any size camcorder or DSLR camera using the included shoemount adapter. Sony shooters can take advantage of the SMAD-P3D dual-channel MI (Multi-Interface) Shoe adapter (available separately), which lets you mount the receiver onto select cameras equipped with a Multi Interface Shoe, while providing a clean and direct audio connection without cables.

The URX-P03D features a wide 72 MHz bandwidth with 2772 UHF frequencies to choose from. It employs true-diversity technology for a reliable reception, even under difficult shooting conditions. You can operate up to 16 mics per frequency band in one location.

A 3.5mm external mic input allows you to connect an additional wired microphone, while the integrated 3-channel mixer enables you to control your mic levels as well as assign outputs as needed.

Other features include a large LCD display for easy access to controls, a headphone output, and USB connection for use with a power pack. Two AA batteries (alkaline or NiMH rechargeable type) power the receiver for up to 5 hours.

The URX-P03D is backward-compatible with Sony WL-800 and UWP Series systems.

Digital Audio Processing for High-Quality Sound

The UWP-D Series wireless microphone system uses Sony Digital Audio Processing to improve sound quality and transient response performance, compared to conventional analog wireless systems

Easy Channel Scan and Automatic Channel Setting Mode

With its Clear Channel Scan and Active Channel Scan function, the system finds clean frequencies and automatically selects the most appropriate one for reliable transmission

Reliable Reception with True Diversity

To achieve stable audio, the receiver employs true-diversity technology with two antennas and two independent receiver sections within the unit. Both RF signals are compared and the stronger signal is automatically selected for output, reducing dropouts to a minimum

True diversity is available only in single-channel mode. In dual-channel mode, the receiver relies on space diversity

Headphone Monitoring for Location Sound

The receiver's headphone output lets you monitor your sound while recording, even if your camera doesn't have a headphone jack

Multiple Powering Options

  • Two AA batteries (alkaline or NiMH rechargeable type) power the receiver for up to 5 hours
  • The receiver can also be powered through its USB port, allowing it to run for numerous hours on a USB power pack or indefinitely, if you have access to AC.

Variable Output Level to Match your Camera

The receiver provides a variable output level control of ±12 dB, useful when working with cameras without manual input level control

Robust Metal Body

The strong, durable metal construction supports heavy use in rough operating conditions

Compatible with Sony 800 and UWP Series Receivers

The transmitter is compatible with Sony's WL-800 Series, UWP Series, and Freedom Series, allowing users to switch between different companding modes
UPC: 027242897106

Sony URX-P03D Specs

Receiver
Receiver TypeCamera-Mount
Mounting OptionsShoe-Mount (with Included Hardware)
Antenna2 x 1/4 Wave Wire, Fixed (Top-Mount)
Number of Audio Channels2
Audio I/O2 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Female Balanced Output (Lockable)
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Female Mic Input (Lockable)
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Male Headphone Output
Audio Output Level1/8" / 3.5 mm Output:
-60 dBV (Balanced)
Frequency Response40 Hz to 18 kHz
USB/Lightning Connectivity1 x Micro-USB (Bus Power, Charging)
SquelchAdjustable, 15 dBμV
Power RequirementsBattery, Bus Power (USB)
Battery Type2 x AA (Not Included)
Approx. Battery Life5 Hours (Alkaline)
Display & Indicators1 x LCD (Battery Status, Channel, Group, Peak, RF Level)
HousingMetal
Operating Temperature32 to 122°F / 0 to 50°C
Storage Temperature-4 to 131°F / -20 to 55°C
Dimensions2.5 x 3.2 x 1.1" / 63 x 82 x 28.4 mm (without Antennas)
Weight5.6 oz / 160 g (without Batteries)
Action Pro Dual-Stage Aluminum Tripod
Wireless TechnologyAnalog UHF
DiversitySpace Diversity, True Diversity
RF Frequency Band14:
470 to 542 MHz
RF Bandwidth72 MHz
Latency0.37 ms
ModulationFM
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.32 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.95 x 5.85 x 3.65"

Sony URX-P03D Reviews

So Good.

By Seth
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-30

Simple, powerful, clean way to get audio into the fx6, especially with the hot shoe.

Rock-solid 2 independent audio channels

By Terrence
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-18

I've had the single channel version for years with no issues and the same applies to the dual channel. If you're on a Sony MI shoe equipped camera using the SMADP3D - no wires and rock-solid performance.

Love it!

By Markus
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-01-17

Sounds amazing, I love Sony

overrides manual audio control on A7r2

By Oliver
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2018-11-03

On the A7r2 with the hotshot interface, all manual audio controls are disabled. All channels are stuck in automatic which is unusable as you can imagine. Ive searched high and wide for any discussions and solutions but so far no joy.... all my interview levels shoot up in-between speaking, nightmare.

Great stuff

By Peter
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-19

Fits perfectly behind the handle of my Sony FX9

Surprising UNRELIABLE Receiver

By Christopher
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-19

I purchased this receiver in Sep 2020. In November, neither receiver channel would power up from battery power. External power worked, but I needed a reliable unit for the field. I received a replacement that month. Everything was fine... until today. Same problem. No go from battery, works fine with external power. Swapped batteries, cleaned contacts, etc. Unit has been impeccably maintained and lightly used. I'm scrambling to get a work-around for two major shoots this weekend. This Sony purchase has been a major frustration and disappointment.

Sony RX100M7 3.5mm works Great

By Larry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-04

I am using the URX-P03D with 2 UTX-M40 wireless mics and a local ECM-V1BMP lapel mic on my Sony RX100M7. I have the URX-P03D with 2 lithium ion AA batteries mounted in the optional belt pack and a ULANZI BG-2 6800mAh Power Bank Hand Grip for the camera mounted to the Sony Leather Case. The camera/URX-P03D are connected via a 3.5mm cable and strain relief. I can shoot 5 minute 4K videos all day long and paste them together later. I can carry this configuration all day long on my neck and belt without space or battery concerns.

Hot Shoe Mount - Hot Dog!

By Dan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-05

Bought this dual-channel receiver to give me 4 discreet channels into my FX9. Love it. Wireless connection, super strong (clean) signals locked on to either my two body packs or my boom plug. Can't say enough about the quality of the build, and the ease of use. It finds the cleanest available channel(s) to use with a quick scan. Pairing to the transmitters is a snap as well. So easy! Gives me so much flexibility with audio setup, and saves time with ZERO cables dangling off the side of my camera!

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