A microphone system that has proven itself in universities, in the parliament, or at sports press conferences: the elegant, internationally renowned ME 36 condenser microphones with super-cardioid pick-up pattern guarantee excellent speech quality, even in loud environments. The slim, purist design of the individual components also allows for discrete placement.
With transmitter-receiver sets from the ew G3 series, this solution is both flexible and portable. In addition to the hand-held microphones, which can be for contributions from the audience for example, you can also use the high-quality ME 2 headset microphone, which gives the speaker more freedom to move around. Proven Sennheiser technology guarantees that these wireless components will have a reliable signal transmission and outstanding sound quality, even in difficult reception conditions, which can be caused by WLAN, Bluetooth and LTE.
This Sennheiser solution can be easily integrated into your existing PA system.
As an addition to university solution 1, this system uses an infrared transmission system to allow you to prepare the signal for the hearing impaired. The signal is picked up directly by the stethoset headphones or by a bodypack receiver that is connected with a hearing loop, which then transfers the signal to a hearing aid. The advantage over wireless transmission is that this method allows you to operate any number of additional systems in nearby rooms in simultaneously.
The solution’s features at a glance