| A Unique
System of Adapters
allows the integration of up to 4 HF receivers and 2 HF transmitters, thus protecting the equipment while offering unparalleled freedom for wor-king with wireless.
The Ergonomic Layout of the controls and switches, together with the itactileidentification of the master con-trols, makes blind operation of the mixer very easy.
transformer-balanced inputs and rugged construction guarantee the reliability of the mixer under the roughest conditions.
External Equipment such as transmitters, receivers, MD or DAT recorders can be powered by the mixers battery.
Standard Batteries as used with
The Mystère MWS
|The Mystère MWS is easily incorporated into mobile recording systems for ENG/EFP, location recording, etc. Due to its innovative design, the mixer contributes substantially to the reliability of the whole system.||
|The Modular Wireless System protects both the transmitters and receivers, as well as eliminating all of the risks inherent with cables such as intermittent connections, phaseinversion, mechanical damage, etc.||Two HF Docking Bays are located on the cover surface. When no adapters are fitted, two isolation plates protect the gold-plated connectors against damage and short circuits. These connectors carry the audio signals plus the current required to power the HF equipment. Sophisticated circuitry routes the signals and current through to three possible locations.||This allows the set-up of three adapters on each Docking Bay. When using receivers and transmitters, the receivers must be mounted first on the mixer with the transmitters on the top. When using transmitters only, these are mounted directly on the cover of the mixer.|
Advantages of the system
No cable connections between the mixer and HF equipment Highest possible reliability due to rugged gold-plated connectors Power status of all connected equipment at a glance via Digi-View display All unused audio outputs of the mixer are available for other applications
Substantial reduction in the cost of HF equipment
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Copyright ?1999 J.P. Gurtner
Last revision: 16.04.2003