TRX942 Digital Recording Transceiver for boom
The TRX942 is an encrypted digital wireless transceiver for boom / parabola use that accepts both traditional analog 48v phantom powered microphone and AES42 digital microphones, like the Schoeps Super CMIT.
The TRX942 is your all-in-one solution for wireless boom and parabolic microphone applications. It performs the functions of a wireless transmitter, an audio monitor channel receiver, a backup recorder and phantom power supply – all with ample battery power in a fully machined aluminum case.
- Built-in 2.4 GHz receiver, receives IFB audio, timecode and remote control signals from ZaxNet via an IFB100
- 100% digital modulation wireless transmitter
- Superb audio quality that rivals a hard-wired microphone
- Analog dynamic range of 106 dB
- Digital dynamic range of 124 dB
- Balanced XLR input with 48 V phantom power
- 96 hour internal recording with timecode
- Digital drop-out protection
- Mic / line level input
- User selectable 10, 25 or 50 mW output power
- ZPX rechargeable power system with up to 6 hour run time
- Graphic LCD display
- Internal timecode reader / generator
- RF remote controllable with IFB100 Transmitter
- Internal headphone monitor mixer
- 100% machined aluminum case
- No inter-modulation – up to 50 transmitters, in the same frequency block, can be used together.
The TRX942′s 96 hour, 24 bit internal loop-recording option is perfect for those times when there’s a lack of available frequencies or when drop-outs cannot be tolerated. The audio is timecode referenced, recorded on and played back from a removable MiniSD or MicroSD memory card that can be used in any standard SD card reader.
Audio can be recorded, played back and timecode referenced either manually or through remote control commands from the IFB100 transmitter.
The audio is automatically recorded full bandwidth as a .ZAX file. The included ZaxConvert file transfer software (available for both MAC and PC) utilizes sample rate conversion to obtain the sample rate and bit depth of choice when files are imported to your computer. There are two timecode stamped file types to choose from: BWF (Broadcast Wave Format) or MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3). MP3 files are great for quickly transferring files over the internet to a transcription house.
Any number of versions of the same recording can be made from a single file.
IFB Audio, Timecode and Remote Control Reception
The TRX942 internal IFB audio receiver allows the TRX942 to receive IFB (confidence) audio directly on the transceiver via the built-in 2.4 GHz receiver. It also receives remote control commands and timecode for remote roll.
IFB100 RF Remote Control
Spare ZPX Battery
The ZPX battery will run the TRX992 for up to 6 hours with a phantom powered microphone.
Spare ZPX Battery Charger
Charges your ZPX battery, runs on 110/220 volts.
TRX942 RF Power Output: 10 / 25 / 50 mW – Software Selectable
RF Modulation: Proprietary Digital Method
RF Frequency Range: 518.0 to 872.0 MHz (Typical Blocks are 36 MHz wide)
RF Frequency Step: 100 KHz
RF Bandwidth US Mode: 200 KHz
RF Bandwidth EU Mode: 125 KHz
Channel Separation: 500 KHz (700 KHz recommended)
Antenna Connector: 50 Ω SSMA Female
Emission Designator: 180 KV2E
FCC Part: 74.861
Analog Dynamic Range: 106 dB
Digital Dynamic Range: 124 dB
Frequency Response: Mode 0: 20 Hz to 16 kHz / T & M Mode 0.2 Hz to 16 kHz
High Pass Filter: Off or 30 to 220 Hz, Steps: 10 (6 dB Per Octave)
System Group Delay: US Mono Mode: 3.6 ms / EU Mode: 6 ms
Mic Power: 48 VDC Phantom, balanced, 10 mA max
Mic Connector: XLR-3F
Line-Level Input Range: -10 to +4 dBu
Mic-Level Input Range: -60 to -30 dBu
Line-Level Impedance: 6.2 k Ω
Mic-Level Impedance: 4.6 k Ω
ADC Bit-Depth: 24 Bits
ADC Sampling-Rate: 48 kHz
Timecode Reader / Generator
Clock Accuracy: 1.54 PPM (1 Frame Out in 6 Hours)
Timecode Type: SMPTE
Timecode Frame-Rates: 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97NDF, 29.97DF, 30NDF, 30DF
Media: MiniSD Card (Flash Memory)
File Format: .ZAX
Recording Time: 96 Hours (16 GB Card)
2.4 GHz ZaxNet Receiver
RF Frequency Range: 2.403 to 2.475 GHz
RF Modulation: Digital Spread Spectrum
RF Frequency Step: 0.001 GHz (1 MHz)
RF Bandwidth: 1 MHz
Channel Separation: 2 MHz
Sensitivity: -96 dBm
DAC Bit-Depth: 24 Bit
DAC Rate: 48 kHz
Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 12 kHz
Output Impedance: 8 Ω minimum
Weight: 13.2 oz.. (374 grams) with Battery
Dimensions (H x W x D): 5.5″ x 2.9″ x 1.1″ (140 mm x 74 mm x 28 mm)
Display: Graphic LCD
AES42 Microphone: up to 4 hours @ 50 mW (one ZPX)
Analog microphone: up to 6 hours @ 50 mW (one ZPX)
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Zaxcom Digital Wireless is protected under patent #’s: 7,711,443 & 7,929,902