DCHT for Me, See?

The Lectrosonics DCHT Portable Stereo Digital Transmitter is a compact wideband digital dual channel IFB or camera hop transmitter designed to work with the M2R receiver.

The DCHT transmits two channels of audio and accepts analog mic or line level audio via Y-adapter cables (sold separately) to the TA6F input or AES digital signals from a mixer to the AES input. It can tune across the UHF TV band from 470 to 608 MHz with adjustable 10/25/50 MHz RF output power. A 2-way IR sync port enables quick setup of associated receivers.

More details and a first look video under the jump!

Does Whatever a SPDR Can

The Lectrosonics SPDR is a small, lightweight dual channel recorder with time code. It captures full stereo audio for sports, cars, or other situations where a wireless system would be impractical.

The SPDR retails for $1179 and starts shipping immediately. Initial supplies may be limited, so distribution will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Order yours now or check after the jump for more details and use case scenarios!

The Ticking Reblock

The FCC deadline on selling legacy wireless equipment is the end of September. Though you will be able to continue to use older equipment (as long as it complies with legal frequencies and power output), manufacturers will not be able to sell any components that have not been recertified by the FCC, including the components that are necessary for moving your wireless to a different frequency.

Bottom line: if you need your older Lectrosonics or Zaxcom wireless gear reblocked, make arrangements as soon as possible. 

Lectrosonics
is already booked through August and they've specified that the following gear will not be able to be reblocked after September: HH, HM, UH, UM400a, and UT. Here's our guide to Lectro reblocking pricing and which frequencies need to be changed.

Zaxcom has not created a specific list, but assume reblocking any of their discontinued wireless products is subject to the same September 30th deadline. Here's our guide to Zaxcom reblocking pricing and which frequencies need to be changed.

Take It Higher

Lectrosonics is adding 941-960 MHz block wireless units to their line, enabling Part 74 licensed users to take advantage of the recently allocated spectrum!

The units are shipping now and we even have a limited supply on hand, so order yours today! 

Here's a short guide to Part 74 licenses. Feel free to contact us if you have questions. 

Scan-Do Attitude

Lectrosonics has released the fix for the scanning bug in the SRC-A1!

If you have the SR Firmware Update Adapter end plate, you can download the new update here. If not, we'll do the necessary firmware update of any SRC-A1 units for FREE if you bring them by one of our shops in NY or Atlanta - just give us a heads-up that you're coming. We'll also do upgrades by mail for the price of shipping!

Please note that this bug only affects SRC units in the A1 band. B1 and C1 units do not need the update.

Set a New Record

Lectrosonics is introducing two new wideband SM transmitters: the SMWB (powered by a single AA battery) and the SMDWB (powered by two AA batteries). These new transmitters have a similar look and feel to previous SM Series units, but add wideband tuning and the ability to act either as a transmitter or as a bodypack recorder. Please note that these functions cannot be used simultaneously.

Shipping starts immediately. but the initial supply will be limited and we'll be fulfilling orders first come, first served, so order today for earliest possible delivery!

More details after the jump.

Flask Dance

If you purchase more than $100 worth of items from our website, we'll send you a free Lectrosonics flask, while supplies last. Handsomely modeled after Lectrosonics' best-selling SMQV, this decanter would feel at home on any cart and is perfect for the dedicated phialphile

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