Abel Cine
Shop by Category
Home : Equipment Sales : Audio : Microphones & Accessories : Wireless Microphones : Sony URX-P03D UWP-D Portable Two-Channel Wireless Receiver Printable version
Sony URX-P03D UWP-D Portable Two-Channel Wireless Receiver
Sony URX-P03D UWP-D Portable Two-Channel Wireless Receiver

Product Overview
Sony's UWP-D Series UHF synthesized wireless microphone system includes a lavalier microphone, bodypack transmitter and portable diversity tuner with cold shoe mounting adapter for camcorder
Abel Code SO-URXP03D/14
Mfr. Code URXP03D
 
Stock 1-2 weeks
 
Our price $699.00


Channel
Quantity

 Details   Contact Sales 

The URX-P03D 2-channel portable receiver forms part of a complete UWP-D audio system offering the sound quality of digital audio processing combined with the reliability of analog FM modulation. The URX-P03D offers wide frequency coverage with up to 72 MHz bandwidth (depending on region) across a wide range of channels, with a choice of models to choose from. Easy-to-use features include a large display and small size to fit neatly on any size camcorder or DSLR camera, automatic channel setting function, headphone output, USB connection for power supply and line input availability. The receiver also has an external mic input for an additional mono/stereo wired microphone and 3 input mixer function. The URX-P03D can be connected directly (without cables) to many Sony cameras that support the MI (Multi-Interface) Shoe feature with the use of the optional SMAD-P3D 2-channel shoe adaptor. The UWP-D Series system provides superb transient response performance for all ENG / EFP production applications.

Features:

  • 2-channel portable receiver
  • Digital Audio Processing for high quality sound
  • External mic input for additional wired microphone
  • Wide frequency coverage with choice of channels available
  • Large display and small size receiver
  • Easy to use features
  • Can access 2,310 frequencies

  • Blog/Resource Posts
    No related blog posts found

    Explore AbelCine
    CineTechnica