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Audio Technica present the ATW-R5220 and ATW-R5220DAN Receiver with DANTE
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Hardware Audio Technica present the ATW-R5220 and ATW-R5220DAN Receiver with DANTE

Audio Technica presented their 3rd generation ATW-R5220 and DANTE capable ATW-R5220DAN receiver at the IBC 2019.
This new 5000 series receiver is based on analogue technology. For improved functionality of this analogue circuit, Audio Technica have incorporated a dual compander system. The receiver can operate on a wide range of frequencies.


Designed for use on professional tours, in stadiums, concert halls, festivals, houses of worship and other demanding audio environments, the Audio-Technica 5000 Series provides incredible audio quality and proven, critically acclaimed performance for artists, broadcasters and presenters worldwide.

Audio-Technica’s third-generation, dual-receiver 5000 Series offers the highest-quality wireless live sound, with dual-compander circuitry that processes high and low frequencies separately and True Diversity operation. The receiver features a tuning bandwidth of 230 MHz (DG1): 470–700 MHz or a tuning bandwidth of 120 MHz (GH1): 700–820 MHz. You have the option of selecting a standard receiver (ATW-R5220) with two balanced XLR outputs or a receiver (ATW-R5220DAN) that also includes a Dante output. An antenna cascade output connects up to eight receivers, so a single pair of antennas can feed up to 16 channels of wireless. More features are the auto squelch function which automatically adjusts the squelch setting to maximize operating range while minimizing potential interference and a backup frequency that can be quickly swapped by pressing the transmitter’s multifunction button in the event of unexpected interference. Software enables remote monitoring and control of the wireless system.

Two transmitters are available for use with the 5000 Series: ATW-T5201 body-pack transmitter and ATW-T5202 handheld transmitter.

5000 Series components and compatible accessories are offered as individual, à la carte products to give you the greatest possible flexibility in constructing a system that fits your needs.

Please note that some frequency bands might not be available in your territory or could come with limited tuning bandwidth / transmitting power due to local regulations. For assistance with frequency coordination, please contact your regional Audio-Technica customer service representative.

Features:
  • Dual-channel receiver provides 230 MHz (DG1: 470–700 MHz) or 120 MHz (GH1: 700–820 MHz) UHF tuning bandwidth for maximum versatility in an ever-congested RF environment
  • Antenna cascade output allows 8 receivers to be connected so that a single pair of antennas can feed up to 16 channels of wireless. These connectors also provide a simple RF cable check feature to aid in RF troubleshooting
  • Auto squelch feature automatically adjusts squelch setting to maximize range while minimizing potential interference
  • Dual compander circuitry processes high and low frequencies separately for unmatched audio quality
  • The full-rack receiver chassis holds two independent receivers, and offers antenna power, frequency scan and IR sync functionality, a ground-lift switch, and a front-panel headphone jack
  • Dual-mode, highly visible OLED receiver screen can switch between standard view or a performance view that highlights key metering
  • Receiver is available with two balanced XLR outputs (ATW-R5220) or with two balanced XLR outputs and a Dante output (ATW-R5220DAN)
  • Advanced digital Tone Lock™ squelch effectively blocks stray RF; the digitally encoded tone also communicates transmitter data for receiver display
  • Wireless network monitoring and control software
  • 5000 Series components are offered individually – not as preconfigured systems – for greater flexibility
Specifications:
Overall System
  • Operating Frequencies Band DG1: 470.125 to 699.875 MHz
  • Band GH1: 700.125 to 819.875 MHz
  • Note that some frequency bands might not be available in country or region in which you live, or could come with a limited tuning bandwidth/transmitting power due to local regulations.
  • Minimum Frequency Step 25 kHz
  • Modulation Mode FM
  • Operating Range 100 m (328') Open range environment with no interfering signals.
  • Operating Temperature Range -5°C to +45°C

Receiver
  • Receiving System True diversity
  • Image Rejection 80 dB nominal
  • Sensitivity 18 dBuV at 60 dBA S/N ratio (50 ohms termination)
  • Maximum Output Level XLR, balanced, +18 dBV
  • Headphone Output 6.3 mm (1/4") TRS stereo 180 mW, typical
  • Antenna Input BNC-type, 50 ohms 12 V DC, 150 mA (combined)
  • Power Supply 100 to 240 V AC (50/60 Hz)
  • Dimensions 482.0 mm x 361.0 mm x 43.0 mm (W x D x H)
  • Weight Approx. 4.8 kg
  • Accessories Included Flexible UHF antenna × 2, power cable, leg × 4

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