For singers, bands and production teams looking for true stereo/dual mono capabilities in an affordable wireless monitoring system, audio leader VocoPro today announced its new IEM-Digital Band systems, which come with 4, 12 and even 50 receivers and one transmitter.
Traditional wireless monitoring systems use MPX technology utilizing a single frequency to send encoded stereo content, which is similar to the technology used for FM radio broadcasts. This method limits 100 percent separation between the right and left channels.
VocoPro’s new IEM-Digital Band systems use two separate digital frequencies to send out 24-bit high-quality stereo/dual mono signals to each stereo body pack receiver, giving the user a true stereo experience.
The new IEM-Digital Band systems are now available in 4, 12 or 50-pack configurations ideal for performing, practicing or production, as well as assisted listening or translating at events too.
- 24-Bit Digital, Dual Frequency (True Stereo) Transmitter and Receiver(s)
- Operating in the 900MHZ Range Free of TV Broadcasting And Wi-Fi
- Rugged, rechargeable all metal body-pack Receiver Works with Most Headphones (each receiver Includes IE-9 In-Ear Headphones)
VocoPro is a California-based professional audio company that was founded in 1991. For more than two decades, the VocoPro name has been synonymous with professional karaokesystems, and still holds the number one spot for high-end professional karaoke products. Providing the highest level of customer service in the industry, VocoPro understands that it takes more than a great product to keep a customer happy. A few of their many “world's first” designs include an all-in-one entertainment P.A. system, and a dual tray multi-format hard drive player. In addition to their many innovations, VocoPro's multi-channel wireless microphones systems reign as the top-sellers for most major music retailers. For more information about VocoPro, please visit www.vocopro.com.