Audio Technica 2000 & 3000 Series Wireless Systems - Review





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Published on Jul 12, 2012

Ron Simonson of CCI Solutions reviews the Audio-Technica 2000 and 3000 series wireless systems.

2000 Series:
The affordable Audio-Technica 2000 series is loaded with features that are found in more expensive wireless systems. Equipped with Automatic Frequency Scanning, the 2000 series receiver will scan and find the best available channel with the touch of a button. All 10 user-switchable UHF channels are compatible for easy use with multiple systems -- no confusing frequency groups.

You'll have a lot fewer dropouts thanks to True-Diversity technology, and AT's Tone Lock™ Squelch fights annoying interference.

The robust metal receivers come with soft touch controls, LCD display, XLR and ¼" outputs, ground lift switch and rackmount kit.

3000 Series:
Audio Technica engineers have designed the 3000 Series wireless system with many professional features to ensure a great performance and extreme reliability. Loaded with 200 frequencies, this wireless is certain to work anywhere and everytime -- even under the most strenuous conditions. Both handheld and beltpack transmitters have an amazing dynamic range with no audio distortion and produces clean and detailed sound. The 3000 Series receiver has an impressive signal to noise ratio with strong RF (radio frequency) protection so all you get is great sound all the time.
Here are a few other inviting features:True Diversity Operation

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