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Galaxy AS-ALS-4 Band Pack Wireless System

Galaxy AS-ALS-4 Band Pack Wireless System

Assistive Listening Systems are used in applications where there are hard of hearing attendees. The system includes an AS-1000T (transmitter) and multiple AS-1000R (receivers w/ear buds). Simply plug the AS-1000T into the output of the mixing board and find an available channel. The AS-1000T will broadcast the signal to any number of receivers (must have the same channel selected as the transmitter). This allows each hard of hearing attendee to adjust the volume to his/her liking.

FOR BANDS: This system also works great for a band. The AS-ALS-4 will allow a band to operate with wireless monitors all using the same mix. Additional receivers may be added for other members.

The AS-ALS-4 comes complete with 1 AS-1000T (transmitter), 4 AS-1000R (receiver), 4 EB1 (ear buds), 1 AS-DCC (DC Charger), 4 DC Charging cables and all the rack mount accessories.

DC charger will charge up to 5 AS-1000R or other DC chargeable units from Galaxy

Extra Receivers are available individually or in a 5-Pack (AS-1000RC-5)


AS1000R (RECEIVER) Specifications:
  • Carrier Frequency Range: UHF band 682~698 MHz. 64 CH
  • Oscillator: PLL synthesized
  • Modulation: FM
  • Receiving Mode: Single channel. Diversity
  • Frequency Stability: ±0.005%
  • S/N ratio: >94dB, at 15KHz deviation and 60dBuV antenna input
  • Power Supply: DC 3V (2 x 1.5V AA batteries or rechargeable batteries)
  • Image and Spurious Rejection: 80 dB minimum
  • Receiving Sensitivity: At 5 dBµV over 80 dB S/N ratio Selectivity >50dB
  • AF Response Headphone: 100Hz to 10KHz (±3dB)
  • Line: 100Hz to 10KHz (±3dB)
  • T.H.D.: <1% (at 1KHz)
  • IF Frequency: 1st 56MHz; 2nd 10.7MHz
  • Dynamic Range: >96dB
  • Audio Output Headphone stereo output: 20mW,
  • Line stereo output level: -10dB
  • Current Consumption: 130mA ± 10mA
  • Case: Bodypack
  • Dimension: W x H x D 3" x 4.2" x 1.2" (76 x 106 x 29mm)
vAS1000 (TRANSMITTER) Specifications:
  • Frequency Range: UHF 682~698MHz
  • Frequency Stability: ±0.005%
  • Maximum Deviation: ±48KHz with limiting compressor
  • Power Supply: DC 12 ~18V
  • Spurious Emission: >60dB below carrier frequency
  • RF Power Output: 100mW
  • T.H.D.: <1% (at 1KHz)
  • Tone Key: 32.768KHz
  • Current Consumption: 140mA ± 10mA (100mV)
  • Dimension: W x H x D 3" x 4.2" x 1.2" (76 x 106 x 29mm)

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.

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    Do you think I can use this to transmit to powered speakers?
    Asked on 6/21/2011 by Shawn from New Orleans

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      A:

      You definitely can, depends on the powered speakers you own or plan to own. Give us a call for more information.

      Answered on 6/22/2011 by Ram from Cypress, CA
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