Sennheiser Expands Digital 6000 Capabilities

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Sennheiser introduced a Link Density Mode for its Digital 6000 wireless systems, which increases the number of links that can be operated in congested RF environments: While the Digital 6000’s standard Long Range Mode operates with a 400kHz channel spacing to ensure best audio and RF performance, the LD Mode uses half of the spacing (i.e., 200 kHz)—meaning up to 40 links can be accommodated in an 8MHz TV channel in Europe, and up to 30 links in the 6MHz TV channel in the USA.

Sennheiser Expands Digital 6000 Capabilities
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