Lectrosonics M2T IEM Digital Half-Rack Transmitter with Dante (470 to 608 MHz)

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Lectrosonics M2T IEM Digital Half-Rack Transmitter with Dante (470 to 608 MHz)
Key Features
  • IEM Wireless Monitor with Digital RF
  • 24-Bit Digital Audio
  • USB Port for Firmware Updates
  • Analog Inputs and Dante Compatible
The M2T IEM Digital Half-Rack Transmitter with Dante from Lectrosonics features transmission power up to 50 mW for extended operating range and locking XLR/TRS combo connectors, that facilitate up to four channels of analog audio sources. The Dante connection is equipped with two RJ45 connectors, four audio RX channels, and is internally routable. With ultra-low latency, 24-bit audio, and two stereo-digital channels, the M2T is an IEM transmitter for professional broadcast applications.
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Lectrosonics M2T-DANTE Overview

The M2T IEM Digital Half-Rack Transmitter with Dante from Lectrosonics features transmission power up to 50 mW for extended operating range and locking XLR/TRS combo connectors, that facilitate up to four channels of analog audio sources. The Dante connection is equipped with two RJ45 connectors, four audio RX channels, and is internally routable. With ultra-low latency, 24-bit audio, and two stereo-digital channels, the M2T is an IEM transmitter for professional broadcast applications.

Built with a USB port for firmware updates and an IR port for fast setups, the M2T transmitter has a large, high-resolution backlit color LCD with large membrane switches for an intuitive interface visible in daylight or dimly-lit conditions. Analog signals are converted to an internal 24-bit digital format that is encoded, organized into packets, and passed to an RF modulator. The RF signal is filtered before and after amplification to suppress out-of-band noise and spurious signals.

Additionally, the M2T transmitter employs a technology that provides a frequency response from 20 Hz to 15 kHz with maximum channel separation. This digital audio technology eliminates a compandor and the associated artifacts, resulting in crystal clear sound, rock-solid stereo imaging, and low distortion.

Lectrosonics M2T-DANTE Specs

RF Power Output2 x RF carriers, 2 audio channels each
10, 25, or 50 mW; adjustable
Antenna Output2 x BNC sockets
Operating Frequencies470 to 608 MHz
Frequency Selection Steps25 kHz
Frequency Stability± 0.002%
Modulation8 PSK
Emission Designator200KG7E
Spurious RadiationCompliant with ETSI EN 300 422-1
Equivalent Input Noise-128 dBV
Audio Frequency Response20 Hz to 15 kHz
Audio Input-10 dBV or +4 dBu settings with ±5 dB trim
Audio Input Jack4 x combo XLR/TRS connectors
Dante Connection2 x RJ45, 4 audio channels
Ethernet ConnectorRJ45
USBMicro USB on front panel for firmware updates
IRDAIR transceiver for sync of receivers
Input ImpedanceLine: 2 kOhms
Headphone Jack1/8" / 3.5 mm stereo
Power Requirements9 to 18 VDC
Power Consumption5 W
Dimensions1.8 x 8.4 x 7.8" / 4.4 x 21.3 x 19.7 cm
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16.7 x 12.4 x 5.3"
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Can I get more than 50mw out of his unit? It's range is not good enough for my needs.Brian
Asked by: brian p.
By the way, Lectro says that 50mw in the duet series is like 125mw in the analog transmitters. I have no concerns about the range on my M2R/M2T combo - it does everything I need with no drop outs.
Answered by: Sean
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