Experience the outstanding clarity of the SKM 9000, a world class digital handheld transmitter coping with every challenge in broadcast and theatre.
The SKM 9000 is compatible to evolution wireless and 2000 series microphone heads as well as two Neumann heads, KK 204 and KK 205. Three new heads, ME 9002, ME 9004 and ME 9005, feature a very low handling noise with a low pop sensitivity combined with the transparency of permanently polarized condenser microphones. The dynamic head, MD 9235, is the specialist for loud live sound stages. The digital audio transmission of the SKM 9000 offers arrestingly great dynamics. It’s
also the ideal solution when wired microphones are used simultaneously: The artefactfree, uncompressed digital audio transmission is a perfect match to cable sound. Exchangeable energy packs with environment-friendly Lithium Ion technology supply the required energy while saving thousands of batteries over time.
Broad choice of sounds and applications
The optimum in practical operation and sound quality
4 exclusive 9000 series microphone heads with lowest possible handling noise and pop sensitivity
Compatible with the evolution wireless / 2000 series microphone heads as well as Neumann capsules
There are no universal rules which govern the use of wireless microphone equipment globally. The rules and regulations regarding which frequencies are allowed for wireless microphones vary widely by country. All Sennheiser products that are sold in the US are congruent to the US rules and regulations as mandated by the FCC.
We can provide information regarding rules and regulations for the US, however because rules and regulations vary from country to country, we cannot advise which frequencies to use outside of the US. Unfortunately there is no universal database that contains all this information.
For information about the rules and regulations for a specific country it is recommended that you directly contact the embassy of the country in question to find out the rules and regulations or contact the Sennheiser subsidiary or partner company in the country in question. You can find contact details for these subsidiaries and partner companies here: (http://en-us.sennheiser.com/service-support-contact-service-partner-worldwide).
In June 2010 the FCC instituted regulations that made it illegal to operate wireless microphones within the 700 MHz frequency range in the United States.
With the transition to digital television TV broadcasters vacated a large section of the UHF spectrum (from 698 to 806 MHz) so the FCC auctioned the 700 MHz band to the highest bidders (including AT&T and Qualcomm) to facilitate the development of wireless broadband Internet service throughout the United States. In addition, the FCC has reserved select frequencies in the 700 MHz band for emergency and national security purposes.
NOTE: The FCC is the Government agency tasked to regulate interstate communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. The FCC sets the guidelines and regulations for all broadcast equipment (including wireless microphones).