Sennheiser EW 112P G3-A omni-directional EW system
Sennheiser EW 112P G3-A omni-directional EW system

Overview


42 MHz bandwidth: 1680 tunable UHF frequencies for interference-free reception Enhanced frequency bank system with up to 12 compatible frequencies Automatic frequency scan feature searches for available frequencies User-friendly menu operation with more control options Wide range of Product Type_Accessories adapts the system to any requirement

Customer Feedback

★★★★★ Five Stars

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style: EW 112P System
I've had this lav for a few weeks and tested it in the studio and outdoors. It had performed wonderfully. I even tested in on the cliffs near the Salk Institute near the glider port. The wind was blasting away and the talent simply turned his shoulders away from the wind and I was very impressed. I was using my Sony MDR V6 headphones plugged into the camera. The mic produced no wind noise but the wind was whipping my headphones so loudly that I had a hard time differentiating. When we got the footage out of the camera we were both impressed. There was no wind noise. The audio quality was superb especially considering the conditions.Similar results in the studio on quality without the hassle of wind of course ;)I tried a couple of cheaper microphones before purchasing this one and am very pleased. Sure it costs a bit more but it is worth it.I've heard that the ME2 lav has an issue with the cable breaking at the capsule causing people to replace the microphone after a year of arduous use. My solution was simple. As soon as I knew I was keeping this mic I cut a short piece of black electrical tape (just enough to wrap around the end of the capsule/cable just about two times), then I made three cuts in the tape where the cuts would be below the capsule, then when wrapping the cable end I could form the wrap so it did not bulge or be unsightly on camera. The three spaced cuts allowed me to wrap the tape evenly by overlapping it. I think this should be sufficient to prolong the life of the microphone under normal usage.




★★★★★ Five Stars

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style: EW 112P System
I use this as a lapel mike for my weekly seminars. It is fantastic. The picture shows what appears to be two body packs but one if a transmitter and one is a receiver. The reason the receiver is in a body pack housing is so it can be attached to something like a camera on a tripod (it comes with the fittings for this). A cable is included that plugs into the receiver on one end and into an XLR jack on a mixer with the other end. The cable is about 1 foot long which is perfect if you did use a camera and really convenient for me since I travel and want a small cable. The body pack transmitter comes with a long cable attached to a lapel mike that clips onto a tie or shirt. Sound quality is outstanding. There are a number of settings (such as pilot tone) but the default settings work perfectly for me out of the box. This is studio quality equipment and sound with a small foot print. To make the receiver small they made it battery operated so you need 2 AA batteries for the receiver and 2 AA batteries for the transmitter. I use them for 8-9 hours straight and the batteries still have 20-30% left at the end. The body pack transmitter has a slide mute switch so I can mute the mike without taking it off or turning it off. The belt clip can mount two ways (with the antenna pointing up or down). I prefer to point the antenna down so I have the belt clip set that way. The only buttons on each unit are under the flip up batter door. One is for power/esc and one is for menu/select. The display has black writing on an orange back lit background so it is easy to read. I highly recommend this unit.




★★★★☆ Four Stars

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style: EW 112P System
Great system for conducting video interviews. I used this for recording many people in various surroundings (outdoors, indoors in a conference center, etc.) and the sound quality is very good. The default settings were terrible so after adjusting the gain and other simple settings within the device, I was able to achieve really nice sound quality. I used this with a Canon T5i and also a Canon 5D Mk III via the input jack.




★★★★★ Five Stars

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style: EW 112P System
I got the B Band based on Sennheiser's available channels in my local area. You need to go to the Sennheiser website and look at the little link on the page. Then enter your zip code and get the list of available frequencies in your area... then you can choose if the A, B, or G channel is best for your local area. When I got mine, I just put the batteries in (included!) and then turned on the unit. It was already linked and ready to go... no interference and absolutely no problems... I'm in a metropolitan downtown with lots of wireless transmission... I have not yet had any problems with this unit. It's easy to maintain and the build quality is obviously professional. Excellent lav. microphone. I'm very happy with. I wish it was a little cheaper so I could buy a few... but I guess it is what it is... I had a cheaper Sony before and I now know the difference!




$629.95
Brand: Sennheiser

MFR# EW112PG3-A

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