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Comtek PR-216 Beltpack IFB Receiver (76 Channels between 216 to 217 MHz)

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Comtek PR-216 Beltpack IFB Receiver (76 Channels between 216 to 217 MHz)
Key Features
  • For M-216 & BST-25/216 Transmitters
  • For Assistive Listening, Tours & More
  • Companded & Narrow-Band Channels
  • High-Efficiency, Low-Power Microcircuits
The Comtek PR-216 is a professional-quality personal monitor receiver ideal for use in broadcasting, motion pictures, assistive listening, tour guide monitoring, and other applications. It is designed to be used with M-216, M-216 Option P7, and BST-25/216 transmitters. It operates between 216 and 217 MHz, giving you 76 available channels in between.
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Comtek PR-216 Overview

The Comtek PR-216 is a professional-quality personal monitor receiver ideal for use in broadcasting, motion pictures, assistive listening, tour guide monitoring, and other applications. It is designed to be used with M-216, M-216 Option P7, and BST-25/216 transmitters. It operates between 216 and 217 MHz, giving you 76 available channels in between.

The PR-216 receives Comtek's hi-fi companded channels as well as standard narrow-band channels for compatibility with receivers from other manufacturers. The beltpack is compact, rugged, and user-friendly. It uses high-efficiency, low-power microcircuits and a combination of digital and analog technologies for outstanding reliability and performance.

Operates in the 216-217 MHz frequency range
99-position channel-selector switches
Useful for a variety of film, television, and personal applications
Uses a single 9V battery
Use your choice of headset thanks to standard 3.5mm jack
Works with M-216, M-216 Option P7, and BST-25/216 transmitters
Power, battery, and RF signal LED indicator
50 dB volume control range

Comtek PR-216 Specs

Transmitter Type
M-216, M-216 Option P7, and BST-25/216 Transmitters
Receiver Type
RF Beltpack
RF Frequency Range
216 to 217 MHz
RF Sensitivity
0.3 µV for 12 dB Sinad
Adjacent Channel Rejection
65 dB 50 kHz Off Channel
Spurious Rejection
60 dB (Image Excluded)
Antenna Type
Uses Headset Cable as Antenna
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Not Specified by Manufacturer
Local Headset Output
1/8" / 3.5mm Jack
Frequency Response
80 Hz to 12 kHz
Power Requirements
9 V Battery (Eveready 522 or Equivalent)
Current Drain
18 mA Nominal
Battery Life
Not Specified by Manufacturer
FCC Compliance
Complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules
Dimensions
1.1 x 1.5 x 3.25" / 27 x 57 x 83 mm
Weight
Not Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.56 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
8.65 x 5.8 x 2.05"

Comtek PR-216 Reviews

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What single-side wired mono headphones are ...

What single-side wired mono headphones are recommended for use with this?
Asked by: David
We use mono IFB ear pieces.
Answered by: Todd
Date published: 2022-11-14

Will the sony MDR-7506work with this?

Will the sony MDR-7506work with this?
Asked by: David
Yes, the Sony MDR-7506 Headphones can be used with the Comtek PR-216 Beltpack IFB Receiver.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2022-11-26

Is it possible to monitor audio with the Comtek ...

Is it possible to monitor audio with the Comtek PR-216 straight out of camera? I'm running two lavs into a Sony FX6 and hoping to output a audio monitor option for someone not next to camera.
Asked by: Carl
If you plug in the output from cam monitor into the transmitter, then you can listen with the PR-216.
Answered by: Eric
Date published: 2022-04-07

Additionally, is it possible to run audio out of ...

Additionally, is it possible to run audio out of the FX6 to the Comtek without using the headphone output? Ideally the shooter would use that to monitor audio levels on the spot, while the producer listens in from afar. Could I run audio out from SDI to the Comtek?
Asked by: Carl
The Comtek PR 216 is a receiver. You need to go into a compatible Comtek transmitter to be able to do that, like the M-216 and that does not take SDI input.
Answered by: David M
Date published: 2022-04-07
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