AKG C5 AND D5 WIRELESS MICS:Wireless versions of AKG C5 and D5 vocal mics include: the C5 WL1 condenser and D5 WL1 dynamic mics, with interchangeable heads for the HT 4000 handheld in the WMS 4000 system. Offering up to 1,200 selectable UHF frequencies, the WMS 4000 comprises the SR 4000 receiver, HT 4000 handheld transmitter and PT 4000 bodypack. The HiQnet-compatible WMS 4000 has a backlit display, battery life indicator, Silent mode, environment scan and auto-setup frequency search. NAMM Booth #7800.

AKG IVM 4 IEM SYSTEM: This pro solution for in-ear monitoring includes the half-rack SST 4 stereo transmitter, SPR 4 stereo bodypack receiver and a pair of IP 2 earphones. The transmitter accommodates up to 14 channels and has an integrated dbx compressor, EQ presets and in-ear-optimized binaural room simulations for a natural listening experience. Operating time is up to seven hours. Several antenna choices are available. NAMM Booth #7800.

ELECTRO-VOICE NEW REV WIRELESS: The new REV pro wireless features an optimized analog audio path for performance rivalling wired systems. REV-Link(tm) PC software enables remote monitoring, control and programming over a CAN bus connection through an E-V UCC-1 converter or Netmax N8000. Up to 16 systems can operate simultaneously in one frequency band, with 950 possible channels. NAMM Booth #6569.

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LECTROSONICS/HEIL SOUND WIRELESS: Wireless provider Lectrosonics and mic manufacturer Heil Sound have entered into a strategic partnership to create pro wireless products. Unveiled at this month's NAMM show, the first product is Lectrosonics' UTPR20, which combines Heil's PR20 dynamic capsule/grill basket with Lectrosonic's compander-free UT Series Digital Hybrid Wireless transmitter. The unit features 100 mW RF power, 256 synthesized frequencies and is compatible with Lectrosonics Digital Hybrid Wireless and analog receivers. Retail is slated at $1,695. NAMM Booth #1206.

X2 DIGITAL WIRELESS: Designed for live vocal performances, the XDR-955 is said to be the first-ever handheld wireless mic system to utilize digital conversion and proprietary dual digital RF transmission technology. Additionally, the XDR-955 is 2009 Compliant, meaning that it''s free from DTV and FCC licensing concerns and can roam anywhere throughout N. and S. America without issue. The XDH4 handheld transmitter will ship standard with the Audix OM3 capsule and prices start at $999, with rackmounting hardware and front-mount antenna kit. Availability is set for the first quarter of 2008. NAMM Booth #1874.