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Sennheiser EW 512P G4 Camera-Mount Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System (GW1: 558 to 608 MHz)

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Sennheiser EW 512P G4 Camera-Mount Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System (GW1: 558 to 608 MHz)
Key Features
  • For Professional Filmmaker, Videographer
  • MKE 2 Miniature Omnidirectional Lav Mic
  • Rugged Bodypack Transmitter
  • Diversity Camera-Mount Receiver
The Sennheiser EW 512P G4 is a camera-mount wireless lavalier microphone system that brings advanced features to the EW Series, expanding this industry-standard system into a fully professional, yet cost-effective solution that filmmakers, videographers, and journalists can rely on—even in challenging shooting environments like big cities.
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Can I split the AF OUT of the EK500 with a 'Y' ...

Can I split the AF OUT of the EK500 with a 'Y' cable, run one side to my FX6's XLR, the other, to an onboard mini recorder? Thx.
Asked by: Dave
Yes, you can use a Y-cable to split the output from a Sennheiser EK 500 Receiver to send the audio to two different devices, like two separate audio recorders, cameras, mixers, etc. You can use a cable like the Saramonic SR-UM10-CC1 3.5mm TRS to Two XLR Male Output Y-Cable for Wireless Mic Systems (B&H # SASRUM10CC1), or use an adapter like the ALZO 3.5mm Female to Dual XLR Male Stereo Microphone Adapter Cord for Pro Camcorders (B&H # AL130) together with the 3.5mm receiver output cable and, if needed, additional XLR cables to extend the length.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-07-10

What is the correct frequency version for Chicago ...

What is the correct frequency version for Chicago IL?
Asked by: Andrew
Both frequency ranges offered for the Sennheiser EW 512P G4 Camera-Mount Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System appear to have available channels for the Chicago, Illinois area, however there may be slightly more available on the GW1: 558-608MHz range.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2021-11-29

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I want to buy shennheiser ew513 g4 gw1. the note is more on the way. So when can I buy? When will in stock?
Asked by: Fung W.
The Sennheiser EW 112 G4 is Back Ordered not on the way. Back Ordered items can sometimes take a while to come in. The best thing to do is fill out the Request Stock Alert box. Then you will be emailed upon arrival of the product.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2019-07-31

Will this work with the MixPre-10 II?

Will this work with the MixPre-10 II?
Asked by: Jay
Yes, the Sennheiser EW 512P G4 Camera-Mount Wireless Omni Lavalier Microphone System (GW1: 558 to 608 MHz) will work well alongside the Sound Devices MixPre-10 II 10-Channel / 12-Track Multitrack 32-Bit Field Recorder.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-01-19

Can you add additional wireless transmitter mics ...

Can you add additional wireless transmitter mics to the camera mounted receiver ? If so what models are compatible ?
Asked by: walter
Each wireless transmitter needs it's own corresponding receiver, so in order to add an additional mic using the Sennhieser G4 series, you would need an entire additional system.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2020-06-05

What's the latency?

What's the latency?
Asked by: Gerald
Hi Gerald - EW G4 is an analog RF system and essentially has zero latency as the transmission travels at the speed of light. Without digital components, your wireless is essentially latency free, but be mindful of other components in your set up that may add latency due to their digital architecture.
Answered by: Sennheiser
Date published: 2023-01-03

What is the difference from the EW 512P to the EW ...

What is the difference from the EW 512P to the EW 100? - In other words, why is there such a price difference?
Asked by: Rafael
The ew 512P system has a wide 88 MHz bandwidth with 3520 frequencies and an adjustable RF output level of 10, 30 or 50 mW. Depending on your location, you can operate up to 32 wireless systems simultaneously. The ew 100 has a 42 MHz bandwidth with 1680 frequencies and a fixed RF output level of 30 mW. You can use up to 12 ew 100 systems at the same time depending on the environment. The ew 512P includes the MKE 2 lavalier which is a more professional mic than the ME 2-II (or ME 4) which is included with the ew 100 system. Additionally, the ew 512P has a headphone jack on the receiver but the ew 100 does not have a headphone jack. The ew 100 system also includes a plug-on transmitter (SKP 100) for use with dynamic mics and mics that do not require phantom power. If you do want to add on a similar plug-on transmitter for the ew 512 or use the ew 500 system, the SKP 500 does supply +48V phantom power.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2022-02-07

Does this come with an XLR cable?

Does this come with an XLR cable?
Asked by: Anonymous
They Sennheiser ew 512P G4 system comes with the CL500 receiver 3,5mm male to XLR male receiver output cable (B&H # SECL500), which connects the wireless system to a professional camera, recorder, mixer, etc. An additional CL1 3.5mm male to 3.5mm male receiver output cable (B&H # SECL1) is also included for connection to DSLR cameras and other devices with a 3.5mm input jack.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2020-02-07
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