SKM 6000 Wireless Live Vocal Microphone
The handheld transmitter SKM 6000 is intermodulation-free, which allows operation in an equidistant frequency grid. The transmission concept thereby permits maximum spectral efficiency even in the toughest frequency ranges. In short: more channels, maximum transmission performance at all times and hence outstanding signal stability.
The SKM 6000 is compatible with Sennheiser and Neumann capsule heads and hence perfectly prepared for any stage, voice and requirement (evolution wireless, 2000, Digital 9000, Neumann KK 204 and KK 205).
The special magnesium housing offers the perfect balance between low weight and live-compatible robustness.
The lithium-ion battery pack BA 60 ensures up to 5.5 hours of operation; there is also the option of operation with batteries using the battery set B 60.
The transmitter is also compatible with the EK 6042 and the EM 9046 in Long Range mode.
Three frequency variations (470-558 MHz, 550-638 MHz, 630-718 MHz)
Sennheiser standard capsule interface, compatible with microphone heads from evolution wireless G3, 2000, Digital 9000, Neumann KK 204 and KK 205 series
Highly effective intermodulation protection
AES 256 encryption and Digital 9000 encryption
Compatible with EK 6042 and EM 9046 in Long Range mode
Li-ion battery packs with 5.5 hours run time
270 x 40 mm
Approx. 350 g (with BA 60 battery pack and ME 9005 microphone module)
- Power consumption
Max. 960 mW
- RF output power
25 mW rms, 50 mW peak
- Switching bandwidth
- Operating time
5.5 h (with BA 60 battery pack)
- Frequency range
470 to 718 MHz, subdivided into 3 ranges:SKM 6000 A1 - A4: 470 - 558 MHzSKM 6000 A5 - A8: 550 - 638 MHzSKM 6000 B1 - B4: 630 - 718 MHz
- Audio codec
SeDAC (Sennheiser Digital Audio Codec)
- Frequency stability
< 5 ppm
25 kHz steps
- Lower cut-off-frequency
Adjustable: 60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 120 Hz
AES 256 and Digital 9000 encryption
- Audio frequency response
30 Hz - 20 kHz (3 dB)
- Audio Gain
Can be set in 3 dB steps from 0 dB to +62 dB (for each capsule)
- Modulation scheme
Digital modulation long range mode