LD-Systems MEI g2 In Ear Funksystem/Funkanlage SET inkl. Shure SE In Ear Kopfhörer; Frequenzbereich: - MHz/ MHz, 96 Kanäle (8. Die MEI G² Serie von LD Systems ist sinnvoll ausgestattet und bietet professionelles In-Ear-Monitoring zu einem attraktiven Preis. LD Systems MEI G2 BPR Empfänger: lesiffleur-lefilm.com: Musikinstrumente.
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Available immediately This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately. Standard Delivery Times. Related Products. Our friends in Brussels recently did something useful for musicians in the EU.
We now have some new frequencies we can legally use for our IEMs and wireless mics all over Europe - the EU has forced our governments to clear out channel 65 and 66 also known as duplex gap or G2 for "wireless audio programme making and special events equipment" This is in addition to channel 70 frequencies.
I was holding back on buying IEMs because I already have instruments on channel 70 and you can only realistically fit 3 or 4 transmitters on there.
I use the new shure 2. Thanks to LDs early adoption of the G2 frequencies, you don't have to buy a licence now in Europe.
So as far as build is concerned, the belt receiver and transmitter are very high quality build, made to last.
Sound wise the system is functional. The receiver is loud enough, but doesn't have any extra kick so you are not going to go deaf using it.
As it is FM technology, the sound quality suffers at the low end, if you are a bass player it probably won't cut it as the bass is distorted and the lowest end is not present.
So it's not the ear phones that are letting it down. I would compare the sound to a lower end FM car transmitter.
I know it's possible to get great FM transmission these days, some of the high end in car FM transmitters are absolutely brilliant with deep bass and great signal to noise ratio, it's a shame LD didn't choose a more up to date encoder chipset, or include some sort of compander technology like HDX like you find on the Sennheisers.
It is however functional enough and the additional free channels make it worthwhile and good value for money. The transmitter range is good enough, I can get 25 meters outside with clear stereo reception.
I think I'll have to vote to stay in the EU now, if we drop out, the British government might want those channels back :. Please give us the reason for your assessment in the following text box and — if possible — your e-mail address for further questions.
Send report. Item itself is made well, with good features. Both the receiver and transmitter seem sturdy and from experience can withstand a blow.
We bought four of these to use in a stage monitoring system. Visually they look good but that is about it. We encountered problems that, when being as far apart from each other as possible in the free frequency range they would still interfere with each other.
This means random high pitch noises, drop outs, quality drops. Good for beginners but in the long run I would suggest investing a bit more in to this kind of product.
As I have been playing on small and midrange stages for the last years, the monitoring has often been very bad. The first thing to do is to set the test monitor signal at an optimum level on the transmitter.
An audio player is enough to do so, or a similar source and the level input AF indicator on the transmitter display.
Then select the desired monitor mode, i. This selection on the MEI G2 uses a small slide switch on the back, which is a bit awkward in rack mounting, as is the level adjustment of the input volume of the monitor signal, which also takes place on two separate controls on the back of the MEI G2.
The MEI G2, however, is superior in that it is operated on the front, and you just need a central level regulator to take care of the levelling.
You then select the operating mode mono, stereo or focus dual mono on the receiver. In general, both devices can be used to level the transmitter as they have a purely visual level indicator on the display.
If you have understood the basic information that the available 96 frequencies are divided into 8 groups of 12 channels, then you can get started straight away.
First of all select a group and then a channel using the transmitter via the set and scroll keys. You should pay attention here, because after a few seconds the display jumps back and only displays the selected frequency.
The next step is to select the identical group and the corresponding channel on the receiver. First of all, the general principle applies that you should do this either without earphones, or at least with the receiver volume turned down.
The noise that can occur here is neither healthy for the earphones let alone for your ears. If you forgot to set a group and channel on the transmitter in the meantime, then you have to go back to the set menu on the transmitter, as the display only shows the currently active frequency.
Unfortunately, this is a bit cumbersome. The set and scroll buttons on the MEI G2 are directly accessible on the front of the receiver.
This is the only way to reach the scroll keys on the MEI ; the set button is located under the front cover of the battery compartment, which you have to open first to adjust the settings.
This model is the same in that you first have to select a group and channel from the menu using the set button. The priority with the MEI G2 therefore is in keeping the flap open, so you can easily operate the scroll keys during operation.
Similar to the process on the transmitter, the receiver display shows the selected frequency after a few seconds, which must match that of the transmitter.
The display on both receivers displays whether a RF or broadcast signal is being received, and an AF display indicates whether an audio signal is present.
The hope is that this results in background noise-free transmission of the monitor signal to the transmitter.
However, this is not always immediately the case. It is therefore advisable to turn up the volume control on the receiver slowly and gradually.
If the result is not satisfactory, i. The MEI G2 appeared largely resistant to all sorts of other sources of interference, such as mobile phones, laptops, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and whatever else is in the overall electromagnetic pollution floating through the air.
The reception range, even through multiple walls, was equally impressive on both models. This should rarely lead to on-stage problems, which is especially critical for applications in which the actors are positioned far away from the transmitting station.
This is common in theatre productions, outdoor events, conferences and similar events, in which cases this would work and forego the need for costly directional antennas.
With regard to the signal-to-noise ratio, I must add that open, non-adjusted earpieces must usually be set to higher volumes, which inevitably increases the noise.
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Antenne, V Gleichstromnetzteil, Drahtlosempfänger, Ohrhörer mit verschiedenen Silikonaufsätzen zur Anpassung an unterschiedliche Gehörgänge, Rackmountvorrichtung und einer spartanischen Bedienungsanleitung in einem leichten, aber soliden Kunststoffkoffer ausgeliefert.
Eine Schaumstoffeinlage mit passgenauen Fächern sorgt für Ordnung und sicheren Sitz aller enthaltenen Komponenten. Die Antenne kann wahlweise an der Sendestation oder mittels ebenfalls mitgelieferter Verlängerung und Buchse auch im Fall eines Rackbetriebs extern angebracht werden.
Eine entsprechende Öffnung in der linken Rackmontageblende ist vorhanden. Sowohl die er als auch die erAnlage sind ausgelegt für lizenzfreie Funkfrequenzen in den Bereichen von , - , MHz und , - , MHz.
Insgesamt ergeben sich so 96 Kanäle, die in 8 Gruppen mit jeweils 12 Kanälen aufgeteilt werden. An Sender und Empfänger müssen immer die identische Gruppe und der passende Kanal selektiert sein, damit eine Übertragung stattfinden kann.
Teure Sender verfügen mitunter über eine komfortable Scanfunktion, die automatisch nach freien, unbelegten Frequenzen in der Umgebung sucht.
Für gewöhnlich ist das auch kein Problem, es dauert aber eventuell etwas länger, die störungsresistenteste Frequenz für die gewählte Anwendungsumgebung zu finden.