A10-TX Digital Wireless Transmitter
Compact Digital Transmitter with Built-in Timecode-Enabled Recorder
The A10-TX transmitter is the heart of the A10 Digital Wireless System. And the core of the A10-TX transmitter is its low-noise, high-dynamic-range analog input. It accepting signals from low-level lavalier microphones to balanced line-level. The 3-pin LEMO input offers analogue limiters, 5 volt bias for lavalier microphones, as well as 12 and 48 volt phantom power for balanced microphones.
A timecode-enabled recorder is integrated into the A10-TX. It records timecode-stamped files to removable microSD cards. After recording the proprietary .mic file requires conversion to WAV file using the mic2wav utility software for Mac OS and Windows.
- Low-noise, studio-grade balanced input for microphones and line level inputs with analogue limiter and 48 V phantom power
- Integrated digital recorder with ultra-accurate timecode generator
- Records to removable microSD cards
- Simultaneous wireless transmission and recording
- Remote controllable over Bluetooth® using the A10 Remote app for Android and iOS
Built-In Audio Recorder
The A10-TX transmitter includes an integrated high-quality digital recorder. Sources connected to the A10-TX can be recorded to removable FAT32 formatted microSD cards. Files are recorded to Audio Ltd's proprietary, data-compressed ".mic" file format. These .mic files incorporate timecode from the A10-TX timecode generator.
Audio Ltd's Mac OS and Windows software utility mic2wav converts .mic files into monophonic, 24-bit, 48 kHz broadcast WAV files with its associated timecode.
A10-TX Transmitter Specifications
Features and specifications subject to change.
|A10 Digital Wireless System Frequency Range||470 - 694 MHz|
|Transmitter Switching Bandwidth||A10-TX-A (470–548 MHz)
A10-TX-B (518–608 MHz)
A10-TX-C (594–694 MHz)
transmitters are tunable in 25 kHz steps
|Modulation Mode||Audio Ltd proprietary digital RF modulation|
|Digital Audio Codec||Audio Ltd proprietary, high-performance digital encoding algorithm|
|Audio Frequency Response||20 Hz–20 kHz|
|RF Output Power||10 mW, 20 mW, 50 mW, selectable|
|Audio Gain Control||0-40 dB in 10 steps, menu and remote control|
|Low Frequency Cut||flat, 50 Hz, 80 Hz, 120 Hz, 200 Hz, user selectable|
|Input Connector||3 pin Lemo (series 00)|
|Input Type||Microphone or line level, balanced or unbalanced|
|Bias and Phantom Power||5 V Bias, 12 V or 48 V phantom power|
|Menu and Controls||OLED menu display, 3 button navigation|
|Powering||2 x 1.5V LR6 AA size, lithium, NiMH, or alkaline|
|Privacy||User settable Audio Ltd proprietary|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10 °C to +55 °C|
|Weight and Dimensions||104 g, 83 x 64 x 18 mm|