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Sony Digital Body-pack Transmitter (DWTB01E42)

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Sony Digital Body-pack Transmitter (DWTB01E42)


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The Sony DWT-B01 digital body-pack transmitter is compact, lightweight and built with a sturdy die-cast magnesium body. The E42 model operates within a 60 MHz range, from 638 to 698 MHz. Requires optional Sony ECM77BC or ECMFT5BC lapel microphone. 


Audio input is selectable from either mic or line level. The DWT-B01 provides a choice of 1, 10 or 50 mW RF output. The transmitter operates for approximately 5 hours using two AA size alkaline batteries at 10 mW output power. The DWT-B01 supports use of alkaline, lithium, or nickel-metal hydride batteries. Transmitter functions; including input attenuator, RF frequency selection, RF power output, Audio LCF frequency and a power sleep mode (in the transmitter) can be remotely controlled from the digital wireless receiver.

Bodypack Transmitter Specifications Detail:
Audio Input Connector Sony SMC9-4S type
Audio Input Level Max. -22 dBu (with 0 dB attenuator) Mic; +24dBu Line
Carrier Frequencies 638 to 698 MHz (TV channels 42 to 51)
Oscillator Crystal controlled PLL synthesizer
Pilot Tone Signal -
RF Power Output 1 mW / 10 mW / 50 mW
Type Of Emission G1E or G1D
General Specifications Detail:
Battery Life Approximately 5 hr at 10 mW output using alkaline batteries
Compatibility For use with DWX Series wireless products operating on the same frequencies
Dimensions 2 1/2" x 2 7/8" x 11/16"
Power Requirements DC 3.0V, (two AA size batteries)
Weight 4 oz (including batteries)
  • Softcase
  • Spare battery case
  • Mic cable (4 pin to XLR-3 pin
  • USB adaptor cable
  • USB cable
  • Carrying case
  • Frequency list
  • Operating instructions

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