Le plus petit émetteur HF du monde ?

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L’émetteur Lectro SSM est il le plus petit émetteur pro du monde ?

Il semblerait ! Mais attention sa batterie intégrée ne se change pas, il faut prendre le temps de le recharger. La taille n’est pas le seul critère à prendre en compte…

  • Le Sennheiser 5212, est à peine plus gros et pèse 120 grammes avec sa pile LR6 qui lui donne environ 5 h d’autonomie.
  • Le MTP 41 de Wisycom est lui aussi à peine plus gros pour 75 grammes qui lui procure également 5 h d’autonomie.
  • L’Audio Limited EN2 mini, souffre lui d’une faible autonomie, environ 2 à 3 heures.
  • Le Zaxcom TRX LT2, 140 grammes avec sa pile et il faut préférer des piles Lithium car comme tout émetteur numérique il est gourmand en énergie.

Reste à comparer la portée, la qualité des limiteurs…

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Chef opérateur du son depuis 1986. Je travaille sur des documentaires, en captation TV et aussi en fiction. Je suis également formateur à l’Ina de la mono au...multicanal (5.1)
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2 réponses à Le plus petit émetteur HF du monde ?

  1. Linda dit :

    Hi!
    Here comes another question about frequencies in France.

    Im going down to west of france to shoot a short/documentary film.
    Its low budget so plan to use Sennh. (ew100 G3) systems in range G(566-608mhz).

    As far as I get it available frequency range for such jobs is between 470 and 790 max 50mW and no licence is required?
    But that with in this range each place/town has its own piece of that frequency range?
    Am I obliged by law to stay within that local range or is it just a recommendation?

    I struggled through the french as scanzone.fr and manage to see that i can find empty spots for my current gear.

    Also, afterwards Im spending some days in paris. Could you recommend any sound gear shops or such that a location recordist would appreciate? Cuz whats better that gear scouting on your vacation:-) Well, also, in case of emergencies, that would be nice to know.

    • Vincent dit :

      Hi!
      Here comes another question about frequencies in France.

      Im going down to west of france to shoot a short/documentary film.
      Its low budget so plan to use Sennh. (ew100 G3) systems in range G(566-608mhz).

      good !

      As far as I get it available frequency range for such jobs is between 470 and 790 max 50mW and no licence is required?

      Between 470 and 690 in « Ile de France » (close to PAris) 470 to 790 in the other places in France.

      But that with in this range each place/town has its own piece of that frequency range?

      Yes

      Am I obliged by law to stay within that local range or is it just a recommendation?

      I you want a safe radio link…You ‘d better follow the law.

      I struggled through the french as scanzone.fr and manage to see that i can find empty spots for my current gear.

      Scanzone is the best link. You can also send me the places you are going to shoot, I will help you.

      Also, afterwards Im spending some days in paris. Could you recommend any sound gear shops or such that a location recordist would appreciate? Cuz whats better that gear scouting on your vacation:-) Well, also, in case of emergencies, that would be nice to know.

      In case of ermergency feel free to mail me. With my soundmates from http://dinosaures-sarl.fr we might be able to help you or to send you on some good rental companies.

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