AKG SST4 Uhf Wireless In Ear Transmitter
The SST 4 is the first stereo transmitter ever to combine all the features
required for professional in-ear monitoring in a single, compact device. The SST
4 allows the input signal to be processed individually to meet the requirements
of both the artist and the sound system environment. An integrated dbx
compressor, many EQ settings, and optimized binaural room simulation algorithms
provide outstanding high performance signal processing flexibility.
Preprogrammed frequency preset banks ensure an easy and reliable startup. Up
to 14 intermodulation-free channels* can be used within a 30 MHz wide UHF band.
In addition, up to 1200 frequencies can be selected manually. These features
allow the IVM 4 to be used together with any AKG WMS 400 or WMS 4000 wireless
microphone system. The SST 4 lets you adjust the RF output within the approved
range, which is particularly important when the in-ear monitor system is used
together with a complex wireless microphone system. This allows optimum system
matching for improved reliability.
A complete line of accessories is available for multichannel applications.
A large, backlit display gives a clear picture of all important settings and
levels. When used in dark environments, the brightness of the display can be
The input signal level is digitally adjustable within a range of ±20 dB. A
pair of Loop Out jacks carries the unprocessed input signal for daisy-chaining
several SST 4s.
- Stereo transmitter with compact all-metal case
- Professional digital signal processing: dbx compressor, EQ, binaural room, simulations for a natural listening experience
- RF output adjustable up to 100 mW
- Available in four 30 MHz wide UHF bands with 1200 frequencies each
- Preprogrammed frequency preset banks
- Backlit display and jog control for ease of use
- Integration into a HiQnet® system with optional HUB 4000 Q
Most wireless mics are available in a range of frequencies. If you are planning on using multiple receivers in your system, call one of our product specialist today to help you choose frequency ranges that won't interfere with each other.