The Hear Technologies Freedom Back is a Wireless Stereo In-Ear System.
Freedom Back is a high quality UHF wireless stereo in-ear monitor system designed to replace loud, bulky and unsightly stage monitors while allowing the talent the freedom to move about the stage. It is a perfect companion to our highly successful Hear Back personal monitor mixer system and the acclaimed Mix Back matrix monitor mixer.
The Freedom Back system includes a transmitter with antenna, wireless stereo receiver, carrying case, and rack mount kit with an extension cable for mounting the antenna on the front panel. Freedom Back is available in UA and UB bands making it possible to utilize numerous units on a stage at one time. Band A operates from 584 608 MHz and band B operates from 655 679 MHz. With 120 channels per band, the user will be able to select frequencies that will not be subject to local TV station interference even after the impending FCC changes!
120 digitally selectable UHF channelsUp to 10 transmitters may be used in the same space, depending on local UHF interferenceStereo or Mono switch on the rear of the transmitterBack-lit LCD display of frequency, audio level, group and channelXLR and 1/4 combo input connectorsBuilt-in automatic limiterStereo headphone or in-ear monitor jack with volume controlPAD switch attenuates signal by 12 dBExternal whip antenna can be front mounted with included rack ears and extension cable
Wireless stereo belt pack allows freedom to move about the stageUnlimited receivers may be used with one transmitter, when on the same frequencyBack-lit LCD displays frequency, group, channel, battery indicator, and Mono/StereoStereo headphone or in-ear monitor jack with volume controlRF present LEDBatteries included
Bands: [UA] [UB]
Frequency Range: [584 ~ 608 MHz] [655 ~ 679 MHz]
Transmitter Output Level:[10 dBm] [10 dBm]
Channels: [120 (10 groups of 12 channels)] [(10 groups of 12 channels)]
330 ft (100 m) line of sight, under typical conditions
Note: Actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection, and interference.
Frequency Response (+/- 3 dB): 40 Hz ~ 16 KHz