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Sennheiser EM-XSW 1-A Table Top Receiver (A: 548 to 572 MHz)

BH #SEEMXSW1A • MFR #EM-XSW 1-A
Sennheiser EM-XSW 1-A Table Top Receiver (A: 548 to 572 MHz)
Key Features
  • For Stage and Theater Applications
  • 8 Banks of 10 Frequency Presets
  • Automatic Frequency Management
  • Built-In Antennas
The EM-XSW 1-A Table Top Receiver from Sennheiser is designed to be paired with the XSW 1-A handheld microphone or bodypack transmitter with a lavalier microphone (sold separately). It can be used to capture audio for live stage applications and features internal, integrated antennas, as well as automatic frequency management, which offers up to ten coordinated frequency presets for wireless applications.
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Sennheiser EM-XSW 1 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Great Performance and Price
  • 3Live Sound
  • 4Reliable Transmission

The EM-XSW 1-A Table Top Receiver from Sennheiser is designed to be paired with the XSW 1-A handheld microphone or bodypack transmitter with a lavalier microphone (sold separately). It can be used to capture audio for live stage applications and features internal, integrated antennas, as well as automatic frequency management, which offers up to ten coordinated frequency presets for wireless applications.

The receiver is built to withstand even the toughest stress in everyday on-stage use and offers reliable transmission with easy-to-use set up. No matter whether you're a band, a theater, or at a seminar, the XS Wireless 1 receiver lets you do your thing and not worry about equipment.

Great Performance and Price

The XS Wireless 1 receiver lets you concentrate on your talent and not the equipment. Just switch it on and its automatic frequency management does the rest. You can operate up to 10 coordinated frequency preset wireless connections.

Live Sound

The receiver yields an open, natural sound. No lengthy set up—just go!

Reliable Transmission

On stage, you must put up with a lot of things—so does your equipment. XS Wireless 1 is built to last: Receivers are designed to withstand even the toughest stress in everyday on-stage use.
UPC: 615104281820

Sennheiser EM-XSW 1 Specs

Wireless TechnologyAnalog UHF
Number of RF Channels80
DiversityAntenna Diversity
RF Frequency BandA:
548 to 572 MHz
RF Channel ScanningAuto-Scan
Max Microphones per Band10
Timecode SupportNo
Control App SupportNo
ModulationWideband FM
Receiver
Receiver TypeTabletop
Mounting OptionsTabletop
Antenna Internal
Number of Audio Channels1
Audio I/O1 x XLR TRS Male Balanced Mic/Line Output
1 x 1/4" TS Female Unbalanced Mic/Line Output
Gain Range45 dB (5 dB Steps)
Audio Output LevelXLR Output:
+12 dBu (Balanced)
1/4" Output:
+6 dBu (Unbalanced)
Frequency Response50 Hz to 16 kHz -3 dB
Network I/ONone
Network ProtocolsNone
Word Clock I/ONone
USB/Lightning ConnectivityNone
Standalone Audio Interface CapableNo
RF PrincipleDouble Superheterodyne
Approximate RF Sensitivity52 dB / 3 µV
RF Output Power10 mW
SquelchAdjustable, 3 to 25 dBμV
Power RequirementsAC/DC Power Adapter
AC/DC Power Adapter12 VDC at 300 mA (Included)
Display & Indicators1 x LCD
HousingABS
Dimensions7.9 x 1.7 x 5" / 200 x 42 x 127 mm
Weight12 oz / 340 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.91 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.15 x 10 x 3.3"

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Hi Joselito - the output for this (and most rackmount wireless systems) is mono; if you have a special application where you'd like to transmit a stereo signal, you would need to have independent transmitters and receivers for your Left and Right Channels, or consider using an IEM System if a bodypack receiver could be used.
Answered by: Sennheiser
Date published: 2020-05-11

Will this work with G4 A-Band (516-558) ...

Will this work with G4 A-Band (516-558) transmitter?
Asked by: Duane
No. For a G4 evolution series transmitter, you would need an EM100 G4 series receiver in the A band. BH #SEEM100G4A.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2020-07-22
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