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deliver premium service and first-class advice
for all wireless audio transmission applications
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XS price, XL performance: the XS Wireless series provides reliable wireless technology for first-timer users.
0 or 1, on or off – and when it is on, it works: as a digital radio system, evolution wireless D1 doesn’t compromise.
Sennheiser’s AVX is the most relaxed way to record video sound wirelessly. The first choice for all videographers.
Made for your words. SpeechLine Digital Wireless provides the highest speech clarity and concise sound quality for educational and business applications.
You know you can. The series for users who want everything for stage technology: a complete package – without any restrictions.
The ultimate wireless system that grows with you. The fourth generation of Sennheiser's most popular series worldwide leaves nothing to be desired in terms of flexibility, ease of use and reliability.
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Sennheiser transmission paths can be integrated seamlessly into modern media control systems using dedicated interfaces. Sennheiser also provides free, powerful and highly specialised software for controlling and managing the hardware available.
The Sennheiser Wireless Systems Manager is professional software for remote monitoring and control of Sennheiser wireless systems. Intelligent features make the WSM the ideal choice for TV studios, live events or musical productions. The Wireless Systems Manager for Mac and Windows helps users with the setup and frequency coordination of wireless systems and with monitoring, offers a clear and intuitive display of all the important parameters at a glance.
The Sennheiser Control Cockpit is the revolutionary key component of the SpeechLine Digital Wireless System. It was conceived and optimised for applications in companies and educational institutions. As a central software hub Sennheiser Control Cockpit is very user-friendly and provides the easiest possible controlling and maintenance of all SpeechLine Digital Wireless, D 6000 and evolution-wireless G3 devices in the network.
The WSR app turns iOS devices into practical remote controls for the digital transmission paths of the evolution-wireless D1 system and SpeechLine Digital Wireless. It is possible to configure, organise and monitor several systems, including mixed systems, via the app.
Frequency coordination tools
SIFM is the Sennheiser software solution for quickly defining operational radio frequencies of wireless microphone setups.
In principle, many current Sennheiser wireless systems can be quickly and easily switched over to other frequencies by our high frequency specialists. To do this we need to have the relevant transmitters and receivers for just a few days in order to re-equip them on site at the Sennheiser service centres.
Please check the country-specific list for frequency conversions here.
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What is The Digital Dividend?
The “Digital Dividend” describes the reclassification of parts of the frequency range for radio transmissions in favour of new technologies, mainly mobile telephony applications. The remaining frequency bands – analogue and digital (DVB-T) television transmission for private households and others, including wireless microphones in particular – have been assigned to previous users. Transmitting all radio signals free of interruption and malfunction requires modern devices that are frequency-efficient and equipped with intelligent software and high-quality filters.
Which frequencies are affected?
The Digital Dividend was introduced in several different stages: Stage I (2013) included frequency 790 - 862 MHz and 838 – 862 MHz; stage II (2019) includes/included mainly frequency 694 – 790 MHz. In general, virtually all wireless microphone applications are affected by these changes.
I have to change the frequency of my wireless system. Should I opt for frequency conversion or new product?
An individual assessment of the relevant system is required depending on the age, remaining duration of use, condition and class of the transmitters and receivers. To find out for yourself whether a frequency conversion is possible and the anticipated cost, use the information in the “Service“ section or complete the call back form to get advice from us.
How can Sennheiser help with Digital Dividend conversions?
In keeping with its “DD ready” philosophy, Sennheiser provides modern hardware and software in all relevant frequencies, a conversion service for most high-frequency products and reliable information for your application, appropriate to current and future legal provisions.
I am a professional user and would like to register my frequencies. What should I do?
For detailed information, go to the section “request frequencies for professional productions”.
Available frequencies in 2019 and beyond:
Regulation authority for frequencies in Norway (Nkom):
Sennheiser International Frequency Advisor (SIFA):
Sennheiser DD2 Norway promo campaign:
Sennheiser Nordic on Wireless Microphones and In-Ear – Facebook group: