AKG’s flagship DMS800 Reference Digital Wireless Microphone System is the successor to the company’s well-received DMS700 V2, gaining some new functionality and features to increase its usefulness such as 512- bit encryption and a 150 MHz frequency range for worldwide touring flexibility. It offers both Dante and AES/EBU digital audio outputs, and the DHT800 handheld transmitter has been upgraded; its microphone heads are now exchangeable. Additionally, the mute switch of the transmitter may now be set to work as a power switch. The DMS800 can be outfitted with the AKG D5 WL1, D7 WL1 or C5 WL1. Further, the DMS800’s optional network remote control allows frequency coordination and monitoring of multichannel systems by PC software Audio Architect, Apple iPhone/iPad/iPod, or Soundcraft Vi consoles.
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