The Beyerdynamic TG1000DR wireless system for professional use in touring applications and for permanent installation features a maximum of audio quality and reliability. The TG 1000 has Dante, dual 24-bit digital wireless system, suitable for all venues worldwide. There is also a 19" Rack Mount Dual Channel Receiver UHF (470-698 MHz) Region B.
The automatic frequency selection, the encrypted data transmission, the browser control and monitoring via an integrated web server make the system competitive for the future and ensure maximum flexibility, whether in the conference center or on live stages. Due to the integrated Ethernet interface, the receiver can be integrated into any network (e.g. PC, Apple Macintosh, tablet PC, iPad etc.). The selection of handheld and beltpack transmitters with different microphone capsules for the handheld transmitter or microphones for the beltpack transmitter optimally meet individual requirements. The digital diversity receiver can be cascaded, so that up to 6 receivers can simultaneously be operated with only two antennas. For larger multi-channel systems, an optional antenna splitter is available. Several pre-programmed interference-free frequency groups are available for easy setup of multi-channel systems. These frequency groups are scanned for interference-free frequencies by pressing the rotary encoder. The transmission and setting of the carrier frequency at the transmitter is made via the infrared interface. The headphone output is used for listening to individual receiving channels.
All system configurations, such as adjusting the volume of the headphone output or the output level on the receiver can be set with a rotary encoder (jog wheel). The OLED display, which can be well read from all angles, shows all important parameters such as frequency, group/channel, user name, and the remaining battery capacity of the transmitter at a glance. Separate LED chains provide information on field strength and audio level.
The Dante interface is used for the transmission of several channels of uncompressed audio data with a low latency via a network cable.