Sennheiser EW-DX simplifies your professional workflow by utilizing refined technologies and decades of research to deliver a digital UHF system that can be scaled with ease. With its advanced feature set and hardware options, classrooms, corporate campuses, and live productions benefit from a network-ready system that is designed to integrate seamlessly. The system quickly assesses your environment and uses equidistant channel spacing to deploy frequencies while tools like Sennheiser’s Control Cockpit, Wireless Systems Manager, and Smart Assist App allow you to monitor your system remotely. In-device charging, 12-hour battery operation, and switching bandwidth up to 88 MHz are only a few more of the many features that make EW-DX the right tool for the job.
Designed for Those Who Appreciate Freedom of Movement.
All-in-one digital wireless lavalier set for those who speak and present, featuring Sennheiser's renowned MKE 2 omni-directional clip-on lavalier microphone.
134 dB input dynamic range - no need to set gain on your wireless transmitters at all, thanks to proprietary Sennheiser Performance Audio Codec (SePAC)
AutoScan-feature quickly scans your environment and deploys frequencies with equidistant channel spacing - even without RF knowledge
Network enabled for expanded remote control with Sennheiser Control Cockpit, Wireless System Manager (WSM - Available in mid-2023) and 3rd party media control systems via plug-in
Remote control via Smart Assist App over Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) at distances up to 25 meters (Available in late 2023)
Secure transmission of confidential content using AES 256 encryption
Up to 12 hours of operation time with rechargeable lithium ion battery BA 70 (included)
Function buttons - control all the transmitter settings directly from bodypack including button lock function
Persistent E-Ink display for "always on" information - parameters visible on screen even when taking out batteries
Equidistant channel spacing to easily allocate intermodulation-free channels: Standard Mode with 600 kHz spacing for up to 146 channels; Link Density (LD) Mode with 300 kHz spacing for up to 293 channels
Up to 88 MHz switching bandwidth
Low latency of 1.9 ms wireless transmission thanks to proprietary Sennheiser Performance Audio Codec (SePAC)
Digital audio trim
Transmitters with charging contacts for in-device charging with CHG 70N charger (sold separately)
Compatible with a wide range of Sennheiser lavalier and headset microphones with 3.5 mm jack plug connection
Versatile charging options optionally available: CHG 70 N, L 70 USB, LM 6070 Module for L 6000 full rack charging station (Availability in 2023)
Worldwide usage (specific frequencies subject to local RF regulations)
Ready to elevate and amplify your sound? Contact us today to learn more about EW-DX, our latest and most innovative wireless microphone system.
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CONSUMER ALERT FOR WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEMS
Most users do not need a license to operate a wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating a microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC’s wireless microphone website at www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones