REMIC D5400 LB/WL
Wireless Live Microphone for Double Bass
D 5400 LB/WL for Wireless Double Bass/Upright Bass
Due to the fact that most beltpack wireless systems do not provide 48 volt of phantom power nor a balanced input stage, a series of REMIC MICROPHONES have been designed to support wireless (WL) systems with unbalanced input circuits and a BIOS voltage of 3 to 8 volt.
The D5400 LB/WL Wireless Live microphone model is based on the same principle as the D5400 LB/WL, but designed with a different connector for the most commonly used wireless transmitters for the flexibility to move around on stage.
The REMIC wireless solutions are developed to fit the most widely used wireless systems from Shure and Sennheiser.
In order to choose the correct wireless REMIC microphone, you need to select the correct connector you need for a particular wireless system, please see supported wireless solutions below:
SUPPORTED WIRELESS SYSTEMS:
SHURE w/3P XLR Connector | UR3
SHURE w/TA4F Connector| FP1, GLXD1, QLXD1, PG1, PGX1, PGXD1, SLX1, UC1, ULX1, ULXD1, UR1, UR1M
SHURE w/3P LEMO Connector| UR1M
SENNHEISER w/ 3p XLR Connector | SKP 300 G3, SKP 3000
SENNHEISER w/3.5 TRS Connector | SK100G3, SK300G3, SK500G3
SENNHEISER w/LEMO-3 Connector | SK2000, SK3063, SK5012, SK5212II
Please note that some dynamic non-linearities will occur when using wireless systems in comparison to a wired solution.
MORE ABOUT THE D5400 LB/WL MODEL:
The D5400 LB/WL microphone model is the same as the normal D5400 LB model only with a different connector.
The D5400 LB/WL Wireless Live model is designed for extreme loud live productions and delivers a natural, but more “dry” and “woodish” sound response in comparison to the “Studio/Live” model.
The “LB” model represents the highest suppression of ambiente sound-sources ever achieved by a condenser microphone.
So if you need a microphone with low acoustic feedback response, the D5400 LB/WL is the answer.
At the same time the microphone will maintain the aesthetic appearance of the instrument towards your audience, since there is no clamps and clips in order to mount and hold the microphone.