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Sennheiser EW 112P G4 Camera-Mount Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System (A1: 470 to 516 MHz)

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Sennheiser EW 112P G4 Camera-Mount Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System (A1: 470 to 516 MHz)
Key Features
  • For Mobile Journalist, Videographer
  • ME 2-II Omnidirectional Lav Mic
  • Rugged Bodypack Transmitter
  • Diversity Camera-Mount Receiver
The Sennheiser EW 112P G4 camera-mount wireless lavalier microphone system features the proven combination of reliability, flexible control, and broadcast-quality sound that has made the EW Series an industry standard for videographers, journalists, and content creators all over the world.
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Sennheiser EW 112P G4 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Built for Dependable Performance in the Field
  • 3Proven Broadcast-Quality Sound
  • 4Additional Features
  • 5EW 100 G4 vs EW 500 G4 Systems at a Glance

The Sennheiser EW 112P G4 camera-mount wireless lavalier microphone system features the proven combination of reliability, flexible control, and broadcast-quality sound that has made the EW Series an industry standard for videographers, journalists, and content creators all over the world.

The EW 112P G4 gives you the tools to adapt and meet the wireless challenges that inevitably arise on set. The frequency scan function automatically searches for the cleanest frequency at your location, while the adjustable input sensitivity on the transmitter accommodates mic levels ranging from booming voices to quiet speech, and even line-level audio.

The system includes the improved ME 2-II omnidirectional lavalier mic, a bodypack transmitter, and a camera-mount receiver. It connects to a camcorder or a DSLR/mirrorless camera to capture crisp-sounding speech or dialog for projects ranging from documentaries to wedding videos, corporate spots, and hands-free interviews.

The EW 112P G4 is backward-compatible with previous evolution systems, giving you the ability to mix and match G4/G3/G2/G1 receivers or bodypack, handheld, and plug-on transmitters. It is also compatible with EW 500 systems.

Built for Dependable Performance in the Field
  • The EW 112P G4 features rugged, all-metal chassis well suited for extended use on location. The lightweight, compact bodypack transmitter is easy to conceal and offers rounded edges that are soft to the touch and comfortable for the talent to wear. A locking connector ensures that your lav doesn’t detach at a critical moment, while a convenient switch allows you to mute your mic.
  • Using the included shoemount adapter, the equally compact receiver easily mounts on your camera without adding much weight. The included cables allow you to connect the receiver to the 3.5mm or XLR audio input of any DSLR/mirrorless, camcorder, or recording device.
  • Both transmitter and receiver feature daylight-readable LED displays showing reception quality, battery status, and audio level. To get you going quickly, they synchronize via infrared interface with the simple push of a button.
Proven Broadcast-Quality Sound
  • The EW 112P G4 ships with the popular ME 2-II omnidirectional lavalier microphone, which delivers a natural sound optimized for speech intelligibility. Its omnidirectional polar pattern ensures that the sound remains consistent, even when the speaker's head moves away from the mic.
  • To take full advantage of the ME 2-II’s dynamic range, the system employs proprietary HDX compander technology, preserving your sound without adding unwanted noise during transmission, and delivering audio with remarkable accuracy and quality.
Additional Features
  • Adaptive-diversity reception for reliable transmission up to 330'
  • 46 MHz bandwidth with 1680 tunable UHF frequencies for clean reception
  • 20 frequency banks, each with up to 12 factory-preset channels to prevent intermodulation
  • Pilot tone squelch for eliminating RF noise when transmitter is turned off
  • Receiver with adjustable output range of 42 dB to match the audio input of your camera or recording device
  • User-friendly menu operation with flexible control options
  • Transmitter and receiver feature 4-step battery-life indicator
  • Auto-Lock function avoids accidental changing of settings
  • RF Mute function
  • 8 hours of battery life
  • Powered via AA batteries or rechargeable BA 2015 Accupack batteries (available separately)
  • Side contacts for recharging the Accupacks without removing them from either transmitter or receiver—requires the L 2015 quick-charging unit (available separately)
  • Operate up to 12 wireless mics at once on set
  • Unlike digital wireless systems, the SK 100 G4 transmitter can transmit to an unlimited number of EW Series receivers
  • Wide range of accessories adapts the system to a variety of applications
EW 100 G4 vs EW 500 G4 Systems at a Glance
  • Bandwidth: Up to 46 MHz vs up to 88 MHz
  • UHF Frequencies: 1680 vs up to 3520
  • RF Output Power: Fixed 30 mW vs adjustable 10/30/50 mW
  • Mics at Once: Up to 12 mics vs up to 32 mics
  • Included Lavalier Mic: ME 2-II omni or ME 4 cardioid vs professional MKE 2 omni
  • Headphone Output: No vs yes
  • Audio Output: Unbalanced vs balanced
  • Plug-On Transmitter: No phantom vs +48V phantom power
UPC: 615104309395

Sennheiser EW 112P G4 Specs

Key Specs
Wireless Technology
Analog UHF
Included Transmitters
1x Bodypack with Microphone
Diversity
Antenna Diversity
Max Operating Range
330' / 100.6 m (Line of Sight)
Receiver Type
Camera-Mount
Microphone Type
Lavalier
Polar Pattern
Omnidirectional
System
Wireless Technology
Analog UHF
Number of RF Channel Frequencies
1680
Included Transmitters
1x Bodypack with Microphone
Diversity
Antenna Diversity
RF Frequency Band
A1: 470 to 516 MHz
RF Bandwidth
46 MHz
Frequency Step Size
25 kHz
Max Operating Range
330' / 100.6 m (Line of Sight)
Max Transmitters per Band
12
Deviation
48 kHz (Peak)
Modulation
Wideband FM
Receiver
Receiver Type
Camera-Mount
Mounting Options
Shoe-Mount (with Included Hardware)
Antenna
1x Flexible Whip, Fixed
Number of Audio Channels
1
Audio I/O
1x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Female Unbalanced Output (Locking)
Gain Range
42 dB (6 dB Steps)
Audio Output Level
+12 dBu
Squelch
5 to 25 dBμV
Adjacent Channel Isolation
>65 dB
Power Requirements
Battery
Battery Type
2x AA (Included)
1x Sennheiser Battery Pack (Not Included)
Approx. Battery Life
8 Hours (Alkaline)
Display & Indicators
1x Backlit LCD (Battery Status, Output Level, RF Level)
Housing
Metal
Operating Temperature
14 to 131°F / -10 to 55°C
Dimensions
2.5 x 3.2 x 0.9" / 64 x 82 x 24 mm
Weight
5.6 oz / 160 g (with Batteries)
Transmitter
Transmitter Type
Bodypack
RF Output Power
30 mW
Audio I/O
1x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Female Unbalanced Input (Locking)
Muting
Mute Switch
Audio Input Level
3 V RMS (Max)
Gain Range
60 dB (3 dB Steps)
Frequency Response
80 Hz to 18 kHz (Mic)
25 Hz to 18 kHz (Line)
Sync Method
IR
Antenna
1x Flexible Whip, Fixed (Beltpack)
Power Requirements
Battery
Battery Type
2x AA (Included)
1x Sennheiser Battery Pack (Not Included)
Approx. Battery Life
8 Hours (Alkaline)
Display & Indicators
1x Backlit LCD (Audio Level, Battery Status, Signal Strength)
Housing
Metal
Dimensions
2.5 x 3.2 x 0.9" / 64 x 82 x 24 mm
Weight
5.6 oz / 160 g (with Batteries)
Microphone
Microphone Type
Lavalier
Sound Field
Mono
Capsule
Electret Condenser
Polar Pattern
Omnidirectional
Frequency Range
50 Hz to 18 kHz
Equivalent Noise Level
36 dB
Maximum SPL
130 dB SPL Peak
Sensitivity
20 mV/Pa
Output Connector
1x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Male Unbalanced (Locking)
Cable Length
5.25' / 1.6 m
Operating Voltage
7.5 V
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
16.05 x 7.2 x 3"

Sennheiser EW 112P G4 Reviews

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Which Aurey Lavalier Accessory kit would go with ...

Which Aurey Lavalier Accessory kit would go with this system (small or medium)?
Asked by: Kathleen
Hi Kathleen. I have not purchased one yet, however, I would probably recommend the medium to make sure it fits over the microphone without damaging or tearing the fabric.
Answered by: Eric
Date published: 2021-09-11

What’s the best mic for this unit? I’ve heard the ...

What’s the best mic for this unit? I’ve heard the included mic is average.
Asked by: James
Yup Sanken COS-11D normal sensor
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-04-10

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Other than the ME2II lav mic (upgraded?), what is different about the 112 G4 generation wireless compared to the 112 G3 systems?
Asked by: David
The new Sennheiser p-112 G4 system has features above that of the G3 series, such as the SK 100 G4 bodypack transmitter and the EK 100 G4 receiver, which sport an updated high-contrast LCD display, blue sync LED, and a dedicated escape button. The G4 series includes the ME 2-II Omnidirectional Clip-On Lav Mic, with improved lighter-weight design above the ME2 mic that comes with the G3 series. It also features an integrated windscreen and better frequency response. The Sennheiser ew 112P G4 system will come in appropriate frequency ranges that are in accordance with recent changes in allocation by the FCC.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2020-06-09

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When choosing the 112G4 lava mic how do I know what frequency range to choose?
Asked by: Jay
The Sennheiser ew 112P G4 Camera Mount Wireless Microphone System with ME 2-II Lavalier Mic will come with 1680 Tunable Frequencies Across 42 MHz, so you will find plenty of open frequencies in any of the three blocks available. To help select an appropriate operating frequency range, the Sennheiser website offers a tool called the Frequency Finder. (Found here: http://bit.ly/2FrbS7v). This tool will show you which frequencies are open in your geographical area.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

can you remove the round windscreen?

can you remove the round windscreen?
Asked by: Jimmy
Yes, you can.
Answered by: Charlie
Date published: 2022-10-05

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Kind of 2 questions: Whats the difference between the frequency models? It shows A, A1, & G with different frequency ranges. Which is best?
Asked by: Ryan
The letters refer to different frequency bands that apply to each microphone. You can do a quick search for which bands are likely to be eaten up by the FCC in the coming years. We tried to stay away from the 600mzh band, as that seems to be the next range to be obsolete. Anything below 600 is probably going to be safe for a while.
Answered by: DREW P.
Date published: 2021-04-06

Which set of frequencies might be best for the ...

Which set of frequencies might be best for the Hudson Valley region of New York from Westchester to Albany?
Asked by: William
It's best if you let the device scan for the strongest frequencies in that area at that particular time of day. Interference plays a very important part in the available frequencies so it is not wise to go with a particular frequencies without the scanning process.
Answered by: Marcos
Date published: 2020-07-23

Is there some sort of adapter I can use to plug ...

Is there some sort of adapter I can use to plug this into a laptop using USB?
Asked by: Anonymous
An audio interface, such as the the Focusrite Scarlett Solo 2x2 USB Audio Interface (3rd Generation), BH #FOSCARSOLO3G, is a great way to get quality audio into your laptop from this wireless sytem. The Sennheiser kit comes with a CL-100 cable that will connect via XLR to the Focusrite device, which includes a USB cable to connect to the laptop.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2021-01-18
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