The Sony URXP03D-14 is a 14kHz 2-channel portable receiver for high quality sound for ENG/EFP productions. 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 Ch, 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 external mic input for an additional wired microphone and 3 channel mixer function. The UWP-D Series system provides superb transient response performance for all ENG / EFP production applications.
Wide frequency coverage with choice of Ch available
The extra wide switching bandwidth covers a wide area, with a wide choice of Ch available across multiple models-please refer to product specifications for more information.
14UC: 470.125 MHz to 541.875 MHz (UHF-TV Ch 14 to 25)
25UC: 536.125 MHz to 607.875 MHz (UHF-TV Ch 25 to 36)
*For customers in North and Latin America, when a /25 version of either transmitter or receiver is used with /14, /30 or /30-A version of receiver or transmitter, AUTO SET (auto channel setting) function or frequency transferring function with IR sync cannot be used. Manual setting of matching frequencies is still available.
For customers in North America
The URX-P03D/30 and URX-P03D/42 models operate in portions of the 617-652 MHz or 663-698 MHz frequencies. As of 2017, these frequencies are being transitioned by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to the 600 MHz service to meet increasing demand for wireless broadband services. Users of these models must cease operating on these frequencies no later than July 13, 2020. In addition, users may be required to cease operations before that date if their operations could cause harmful interference to a 600 MHz service licensee's wireless operations on these frequencies. For more information, contact the FCC.
For customers in Canada, please consult ISED's Spectrum Advisory Bulletin for recent information related to the 600 MHz band transition.