You re Listening to MPR

You're Listening to MPR

The Wisycom MPR50-ENG series diversity transmitters are expected to start shipping in the US in June and to commemorate the occasion, they've put together some great bundle deals wherein you can save over $1000!

Both kits include all necessary antennas, the MPR shoe mount adapter, and a carrying case.

Wisycomming to America

Wisycomming to America

Sure, Wisycom's great line of wideband wireless products have been available in the United States for a while now, but now they have a stateside presence in Alexandria, VA! This means more inventory available faster and much quicker turnaround times for repairs and firmware upgrades.

And if that doesn't excite you, how about this sweet Wisycom USA deal: 

To celebrate the launch of Wisycom USA, they're offering a full dual channel wireless system for only $4995 to all customers in the continental United States for a limited time!

Kit includes:

  • MCR42S Dual Channel Receiver with DIGCOM42 Software and BPA42HPN Rear Panel
  • (2) MTP40S Transmitters w/ Lemo, Block 5 (470-654 MHz)
  • Antennas, batteries, and storage bag, plus an extended two-year warranty (with registration)

Order yours today!

The Wide World of Wideband Wireless

The Wide World of Wideband Wireless

Investing in wideband wireless is one of the best ways to protect yourself against the upcoming FCC spectrum auction (and goodness-knows-what-else in the future). Fortunately, the US market has seen a remarkable expansion in available systems over the last two years and you'll have a lot of options when shopping for your next kit. Here's a chart of how their frequency bands correspond with a selection of wideband units below:

Audio Limited

Have questions about which system is best for your purposes? Give us a call, send us an email, or stop by - we're happy to discuss!

Made From America, Wireless From Italy

Made From America, Wireless From Italy

Above: Sound mixer Matt Sonnenfeld.

While preparing his audio kit for Great American Country’s new travel show Made From America, produced by The Chapter Media, Matthew Sonnenfeld turned to WisyCom wireless microphones.  WisyCom’s extremely wide band tuning, the equivalent of six blocks, made it possible for Sonnenfeld to travel from coast to coast without having to sacrifice available frequencies or change out wireless blocks.

Sonnenfeld used MCR-42 receivers and MTP40-US transmitters with DPA 4061 lavalier microphones.  “The WisyComs simply sound excellent.  The noise floor is unnoticeable to my ears and together with the DPA 4061’s, I’d be hard pressed to find a wireless unit that sounds better.  They are solidly built and easy to operate,” says Sonnenfeld.

Sonnenfeld mixed the entire show with the Sound Devices 633 mixer/recorder. “The reliability of my Sound Devices recorder, along with the wideband tuning of WisyCom, gave me the freedom to travel all over the country, and the confidence to be able to concentrate on getting the best audio possible without having to worry about my wireless,” says Sonnenfeld.

Matt Sonnenfeld and DP Matt Mitchell aboard a lobster fishing boat for Made From America.

Made From America follows entrepreneur Gabe Johnson as he travels around the country finding small businesses that inspire vintage style t-shirts. Gabe’s Horses Cut Shop t-shirts uniquely capture a slice of Americana as he not only creates artwork based on American businesses, but he gives back to the businesses with the sale of each t-shirt. Made From America airs Thursday nights at 9 on Great American Country.

True Tales of Audio Problems Solved with a 3D Printer

True Tales of Audio Problems Solved with a 3D Printer

Jason Kuppig wanted to use his WisyCom MCR-42US Receiver with his Lectrosonics Octopack, but was concerned about the small gap left by the size difference from the SRb. The screw holes were also exposed and his impending trip to India and East Africa promises an abundance of sand and dirt.

Enter Natalie Lowe, Gotham 3D Printmistress.


Time: 1.5 Hours

Iterations to Success: 6

Download the .stl file to print your own.

Got an audio problem that could be solved with a custom 3D printed part? Contact us or drop by - we're happy to help!

Here He WisyCom Again

Here He WisyCom Again

WisyCom's Massimo Polo will be at Gotham New York at 1pm on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 to train and answer questions about the WisyCom line of wireless wideband products. They're new to the United States, but a top-seller in Europe for the last two years. Don't miss this chance to talk to the manufacturer directly about these nifty future-resistant wireless systems which will save you from needing to guess what frequency block your wireless will need to be in, no matter where you are or what new FCC-imposed frequency restrictions are enacted!

Now Renting!

Now Renting!

We've added a whole lot of new rental inventory, so if you've been dying to try out the latest and greatest, give us a call or email [email protected] - we'll see if we can work something out. And, hey, if you decide to buy any of these items within thirty days of your rental, we'll credit you the rental cost of those particular items!

  • 4060 Lavalier Mics
  • d:fine Headset Mics

....and much, much more! Don't see what you need? Let us know and we'll see what we can do! Remember, all rental prices are guidelines - we can offer discounts on package deals and long-term rentals and will work with you to get the best solution for your budget!

Now You re Playing with (100mW) Power!

Now You're Playing with (100mW) Power!

We know we've been hitting the WisyCom a little hard lately, but we thought that you might be interested to know that the FCC has just approved a 100mW upgrade for the MTP40S-US transmitters!

Any MTP40S-US bought from this date forward will ship with the upgrade installed so users will have the full spectrum of selectable 10mW/50mW/100mW options. Any MTP40S-US transmitters purchased after 6/2/14 are eligible to have the firmware upgrade installed for free.

Units can be upgraded via USB using a WisyCom UPK 300E. We have several in the shop for use or loan and new FCC labels for your transmitter, so call, email, or drop by either our New York or Atlanta locations to level up your new wideband tx today!

CONSUMER ALERT: Most users do not need a license to operate these wireless microphone systems. Nevertheless, operating these microphone systems without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC’s wireless microphone website


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