Excellent performance in a small package for ENG and DSLR video production is the purpose and intent of the LR receiver design.
Tracking front-end filters block interference from high powered RF signals on nearby channels to preserve the extended operating range. RF spectrum scanning displays accurate results on the LCD to make finding clear spectrum quick and easy.
The receiver is powered by internal AA batteries or with an optional battery eliminator. The top panel includes an IR port for transmitter setup. Firmware updates are enabled via a USB port on the side panel. The housing is made from a solid machined aluminum billet.
Tunes over a 75 MHz range*
Tracking front-end filters
Digital Hybrid Wireless® with compatibility modes for use with earlier transmitters
Compact size powered by two AA batteries or an optional battery eliminator
LCD with RF spectrum scanning
SmartSquelchTM noiseless muting adapts automatically for near/far operation
DSP-based pilot tone for squelch control
USB port for firmware updates
IR sync port for transmitter setup
Operating Frequencies: Band A1: 470.100 - 537.575 MHz Frequency selection steps: Selectable; 100 kHz or 25 kHz Receiver Type: Dual conversion, superheterodyne IF Frequencies: 243.950 MHz and 250.000 kHz Frequency stability: ±0.001 % Front end bandwidth: 20 MHz @ -3 dB Sensitivity 20 dB SINAD: 1.0 uV (-107 dBm), A weighted, 60 dB Quieting: 2.2 uV (-100 dBm), A weighted Squelch quieting: Greater than 100 dB typical Modulation acceptance: +/-100 kHz max.; varies with selected compatibility mode Image and spurious rejection: 85 dB Third order intercept: 0 dBm Diversity method: SmartDiversityTM phased antenna combining FM detector: Digital Pulse Counting Detector RF spectrum analyzer: Single and multiple block scanning modes; coarse and fine views of results Antenna inputs: 50 Ohm; SMA female connectors Audio output: TA3 male (mini XLR) balanced output Audio output level: Adjustable -50 to +5 dBu in 1 dB steps; unbalanced output level is 6 dB lower Front panel controls and indicators: Sealed panel with membrane switches, LCD for setup menus and monitoring Audio test tone: 1 kHz, -50 dBu to +5 dBu output (bal); 1% THD Transmitter battery type selection: AA alkaline or lithium; timer available for use with alkaline, lithium and HiMH Audio polarity selection: Normal or inverted
Digital Hybrid (North American and European)
Lectrosonics 100, 200 and 300 Series
Non-Lectrosonics modes 3, 6 and 7 (contact the factory for details)
Write a review about the Lectrosonics LR (A1: 470.100 - 537.575 MHz, BLOCKS 470, 19, 20)
March 30, 2019
Don't know how I survived prior to this purchase! It's lightweight, clips to my bag or slips inside according to layout, runs directly on NP-1 batteries and had had zero dropouts thus far. Tiny adjustment: you have to restart it every battery change, it shuts down instantly when disconnected from power, so no hot swapping of NP-1s. Read more