Sennheiser ASP-2 - 1 x 4  Distribution System

Sennheiser ASP-2 - 1 x 4 Antenna and Power Distribution System for EM500, EM300 and EM200 G2 Series Receivers

Sennheiser ASP-2 - 1 x 4 Antenna and Power Distribution System for EM500, EM300 and EM200 G2 Series Receivers

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Sennheiser ASP-2 - 1 x 4  Distribution System

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The Sennheiser ASP-2 is a power and antenna signal distribution system for the EM 500 G2, EM 300 G2 and EM 100 G2 wireless microphone receivers. The ASP-2 supports up to 4 receivers and eliminates the excess cables involved with operating multiple systems. Dual ASP-2 splitters can be used to feed up to 8 receivers for larger configurations. The rear panel features standard BNC connections for adapting antenna cable. The ASP-2 is completely rack-mountable using the optional rack mount hardware.

1 In, 4 Out Configuration
The ASP-2 accepts signal from a pair of diversity antennas and distributs the signal to up to 4 diversity receivers.
RF Antenna Signal and Power Distribution
In addition to radio frequency (RF) signal, the ASP-2 is also capable of powering up to 4 receivers.
Expandable
Two ASP-2 distributors can be linked for power and RF distribution to 8 receivers.
In the Box
Sennheiser ASP-2 - 1 x 4 Antenna and Power Distribution System for EM500, EM300 and EM200 G2 Series Receivers
  • ASP-2 Antenna Splitter
  • Plastic Feet
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    # Of Channels 1-Input to 4-Outputs (x2 antennas are paired)
    RF Frequency Range 500 to 870 MHz
    Attenuation / Gain 10dB (In B / Out B), 14dB (In A / Out A)
    Operating Voltage 10-16 VDC
    Weight 24.69 oz (700 g)
    Dimensions 8.35 x 5.71 x 1.50" (212 x 145 x 38mm)

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