The Audio Technica AEW-4110a Basic Wireless System is a
Frequency Agile, True Diversity UHF Wireless System. The upgraded Audio
Technica AEW-4110a Basic Wireless System brings outstanding clarity and
versatility to live performance, regional touring, fixed installations
and more. At the heart of the Audio Technica AEW-4110a Basic Wireless
System is a rugged True Diversity half-rack receiver, the AEW-R4100a.
Audio-Technica’s AEW-R4100a receiver operates on one of two UHF
bands with 996 selectable frequencies. 25 kHz frequency spacing enables
the systems to easily find an open frequency in crowded RF environments.
It is equipped with IntelliScan automatic channel assignment system, which
greatly simplifies the selection of usable frequencies in a multi-channel
wireless system and eliminates the need for searching for clear channels.
The receiver features true diversity reception with two antennas feeding
two completely independent RF sections. Automatic logic circuitry continuously
compares and selects the superior received signal providing better sound
quality and reducing the potential for dropouts. A unique dual compander
design extends the audio bandwidth of the system and an advanced digital
Tone Lock™ squelch helps minimize interference.
Audio-Technica’s AEW-T1000a UniPak body-pack transmitter has both
low and high impedance inputs plus a 5V DC bias connection allowing it
to be used with both condenser and dynamic microphones. The locking 4-pin
HRS-type audio input connector is recessed to protect the connection from
damage. A dual-color power/mute indicator LED provides visual indication
of transmitter status. The Audio-Technica AEW-T1000a transmitter operates
using two standard AA batteries and features high- and low-level RF output
settings. The low-level setting allows two additional hours of battery
life while retaining a strong RF signal link. Soft-touch controls provide
convenient access to a variety of functions including: RF power, audio
input level, power/mute locks and frequency selection. Each Audio-Technica
AEW-T1000a transmitter’s backlit LCD display presents a great deal
of setup and operating information clearly and conveniently, including
battery fuel remaining, mute, and operating frequency. A flashing “Lo-Batt”
alert visually signals the battery life is almost depleted. Programmable
power/mute locks limit the functioning of transmitter’s power/mute
button as desired for particular users and applications.