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Lectrosonics 2-Person SRc Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System Kit for Standalone Use (A1: 470 to 537 MHz)

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Lectrosonics 2-Person SRc Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System Kit for Standalone Use (A1: 470 to 537 MHz)
Key Features
  • Professional Film & TV Applications
  • 2 x M152/5P Omni Lavalier Mics
  • 2 x SMWB Beltpack Transmitters
  • SRc Dual-Channel Slot-Mount Receiver
The Lectrosonics 2-Person SRc Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System Kit for Standalone Use from B&H is designed to deliver pristine audio and reliable performance for professional filmmaking and TV applications, when used with an audio bag.
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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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