The P9T is a half-rack wireless transmitter used in conjunction with the P9R Bodypack receiver as part of the PSM®900 Wireless Personal Monitor System.
It offers state-of-art technology like CueMode (patent pending) Scan and Sync and RF mute switch for easy setup and operation.
Connections include balanced 1/4” and XLR loop out and headphone out. Includes rack-mounting kit front or back mountable antennas and power supply.
Exceptional Audio Quality... Enhanced digital stereo encoder provides a wider stereo field with exceptional separation enhancing audio detail and clarity
Patented Audio Reference Companding sounds more like wired
Available with Shure SE425 Sound Isolating™ Earphones featuring dual high-definition MicroDrivers for accurate and balanced audio response
Robust RF Performance... Precision front-end RF filtering the same found in industry-leading UHF-R® wireless systems significantly reduces RF interference for a cleaner stronger RF signal fewer dropouts and less audible artifacts
Exceptional transmitter linearity vastly reduces frequency intermodulation and allows up to 20 compatible channels per frequency range
Auto RF gain control prevents signal distortion due to RF overload before it can affect performance
Category-leading Setup and Operation Features... Patent-pending CueMode allows monitoring of different stage mixes and storing of up to 20 separate channels on one bodypack for quick and easy reference
Front Panel RF mute switch for enabling or disabling RF transmission
Use Scan and Sync to scan the RF environment with the bodypack and assign the identified group and channel to your system over wireless IR link
MixMode® Technology allows the bodypack user to balance the level of two separate channels while simultaneously listening to both signals in both ears
LCD menu with grouped menu items for easier user interface
P9T PSM900 Transmitter
RF output power selectable
10, 50, 100 mW (+20 dBm) (regionally dependent)
RF output impedance
197mm x 166mm x 42mm
(RF on, 100 mW power mode, no audio) 415 mA, typical