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Sennheiser Consumer Audio Compatible with Sennheiser XSW 12-A XS

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Sennheiser Consumer Audio Compatible with Sennheiser XSW 12-A XS

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Product description

Make your presentations come to life! Rugged, reliable and easy-to-use, XS Wireless delivers renowned Sennheiser sound to small venues, conference rooms or houses of worship. The XSW 12 Presentation Set includes a compact body pack transmitter and inconspicuous omnidirectional microphone that provides natural speech reproduction. An all-metal True Diversity receiver offers 960 tunable frequencies, with powerful scan and sync functions that ensure up to 10 hours of trouble-free operation.


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Sennheiser XSW 12

XS Wireless presentation set. All-in-one package for speakers and presenters. Unobtrusive clip-on microphone with excellent sound quality and speech intelligibility. Bodypack transmitter with Mute button. Easy to use.

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Sennheiser XSW 35/65

XS Wireless 35 vocal and presentation set. Easy-to-use all-in-one package. Stage-proven handheld microphone e 835 with a powerful sound to cut through high on-stage levels. High feedback rejection. Mute button.

XS Wireless 65 vocal set for singers and speakers. Brilliant- sounding super-cardioid condenser microphone. High feedback rejection. Mute button. Easy to use.

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Sennheiser XSW 52

XS Wireless headmic set for singers, speakers, and presenters. Professional neckband microphone with crystal-clear sound even in noisy surroundings. Comfortable to wear. Bodypack transmitter with Mute button. Easy to use.

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Sennheiser XSW 72

XS Wireless instrument set. All-in-one package for guitars and other instruments with a jack socket for direct connection to the bodypack transmitter. Outstanding sound quality. Bodypack transmitter with Mute button.

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XSW 12 XSW 35 XSW 52 XSW 65 XSW 72
Application Presentation / Lavalier Vocal/ Handheld Microphone Presentation / Headset Vocal/ Handheld Microphone Instrument
Modulation Wideband FM Wideband FM Wideband FM Wideband FM Wideband FM
Frequency Range A: 548-572 MHz B: 614-638 MHz A: 548-572 MHz B: 614-638 MHz A: 548-572 MHz B: 614-638 MHz A: 548-572 MHz B: 614-638 MHz A: 548-572 MHz B: 614-638 MHz
Frequencies 960, tunable in 25 kHz steps 960, tunable in 25 kHz steps 960, tunable in 25 kHz steps 960, tunable in 25 kHz steps 960, tunable in 25 kHz steps
Presets 8 frequency banks, each with 12 coordinated factory-preset channels 8 frequency banks, each with 12 coordinated factory-preset channels 8 frequency banks, each with 12 coordinated factory-preset channels 8 frequency banks, each with 12 coordinated factory-preset channels 8 frequency banks, each with 12 coordinated factory-preset channels
Signal to noise ratio ≥ 103 dBa ≥ 103 dBa ≥ 103 dBa ≥ 103 dBa ≥ 103 dBa
Total harmonic distortion ≤ 1% ≤ 1% ≤ 1% ≤ 1% ≤ 1%
AF Frequency response 60 Hz – 16 kHz 60 Hz – 16 kHz 60 Hz – 16 kHz 60 Hz – 16 kHz 60 Hz – 16 kHz
Antenna input 2 BNC connectors, 50 Ω 2 BNC connectors, 50 Ω 2 BNC connectors, 50 Ω 2 BNC connectors, 50 Ω 2 BNC connectors, 50 Ω
Warranty 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years
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Sennheiser Consumer Audio Compatible with Sennheiser XSW 12-A XS

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