With their broadband audio transmission, Wireless Multi-Channel Audio Systems (WMAS) open up exciting perspectives for digital wireless microphones and digital in-ear monitoring systems in live audio events as well as theatre and broadcasting installations.
Sennheiser’s implementation of WMAS will truly be a game-changer in wireless audio, featuring bidirectional bodypacks, a space-saving central unit that can handle up to 32 inputs and 32 outputs, the promise of easy range and system extension, spectrum-saving workflows and easier re-use of frequencies.
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Dr Andreas Wilzeck, Martin Brandenburg, as well as Dr Sebastian Georgi and Jan Watermann – the two research and development engineers who are the inventors of what is called Wireless Multi-Channel Audio Systems (WMAS) – dive into the benefits of the technology and explain how it will change the wireless landscape.
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