At Digital 6000 Series Launch in New York City, Industry Insiders Take in a Performance by Broadway Legend Carole Demas, While Learning About Sennheiser’s Latest Wireless Offering

May 24, 2017 – Following the successful global introduction of its Digital 6000 wireless system in March, audio specialist Sennheiser held a special launch event in New York City in an entertaining and informative setting. The event was held at the posh Midtown West restaurant etcetera etcetera, and included a select group of top Broadway sound designers, local broadcasters, and high-level equipment rental houses — each of whom enjoyed a performance by Broadway legend Carole Demas and a synopsis of Sennheiser’s latest digital wireless system.

The evening began with a heartfelt performance by Demas, followed by Sennheiser's sales managers delivering a detailed walk-through of the brand new digital wireless system, which is suited towards a diverse set of industry applications. Sennheiser also discussed recent changes to FCC regulations and whitespace issues, with Sennheiser’s  David Missall explaining how the Digital 6000 series is well-suited to adapt.

The Path Towards Digital Along the Great White Way
Demas, whose storied career includes highlights such as originating the role of Sandy in the 1971 musical Grease, demonstrated one of Sennheiser’s new SKM 6000 handheld transmitters by performing a selection of Broadway favorites. The transmitter, fitted with a Neumann KK 205 capsule, captured her voice with lifelike detail before being transmitted to a Sennheiser EM 6000 dual-channel receiver, ensconcing the intimate space with her own unique vocal stylings.

Designed for the Discerning Sennheiser sales managers were on hand to walk attendees through all the features of the Digital 6000 system. Many of the features are present on the company's flagship Digital 9000 system, but in a two-channel receiver format. The result is a reliable and compelling wireless tool that is scalable to a wide range of applications.

The Digital 6000 borrows the Digital 9000’s unparalleled long range transmission mode and boasts a massive 244 MHz of switching bandwidth. An innovative user interface makes getting the most out of the Digital 6000 a snap. Sennheiser’s True Bit Diversity and predictive algorithms make it incredibly stable and an ideal choice for even the most demanding professional environments. An optional Dante version ensures that the Digital 6000’s receiver is easily integrated into cutting-edge network-based workflows.

A Constant in a Sea of Change
Missall, who utilized a Sennheiser HSP 4 headworn microphone and SK 6000 bodypack transmitter to deliver his audio to the EM 6000, concluded the event by conducting a formal training session concerning the recent FCC spectrum update and some of the challenges it presents for wireless microphone users and manufacturers.

“The reallocation of most of the 600 MHz spectrum range places some new demands on those designing and utilizing wireless microphones, and this is among the reasons why we have tailored the Digital 6000 to provide excellent spectrum efficiency,” Missall says. “This makes the Digital 6000 the perfect tool for navigating the changing RF landscape.” For more information on the Digital 6000 wireless system, please visit this link.



May 23, 2017 – The Coachella Music and Arts Festival has become the most talked-about music festival of the year in recent times, and this year headliner Kendrick Lamar delivered an unforgettable performance to close out the dual-weekend extravaganza — leaving the 125,000 attendees of this year’s event with something to remember for years to come. Lamar and his team turned to a combination of Sennheiser’s Digital 9000 and new Digital 6000 wireless systems to transmit every syllable of his energetic and powerful set with clarity and unwavering reliability.

Sennheiser announces the Digital 6000 Series – an advanced wireless microphone system that excels in demanding productions

Old Lyme, Conn. – Audio specialist Sennheiser has announced a new addition to its Professional Wireless Range: The upcoming Digital 6000 Series of radio microphones will bring outstanding audio quality and rock-solid RF wireless transmission to demanding live productions. The series uses the same long-range mode and proprietary Sennheiser Digital Audio Codec as the Digital 9000, Sennheiser’s top-of-the-range wireless series. Comprising a two-channel receiver in two different versions, a bodypack and a handheld transmitter as well as a rack-mount 19” charging unit, the Digital 6000 Series will be available from March 2017.

New Sennheiser wireless mics and Neumann monitor loudspeaker - Booth performances to feature Lucy, Jaq Mackenzie, Marcus Eaton and others

Anaheim, Calif. – At NAMM 2017, Sennheiser and Neumann will expand their live performance and monitoring portfolios with the introduction of several exciting new products. Visitors to Hall A, Booth No. 6577, will be the first to see the Sennheiser XS Wireless 1 and XS Wireless 2 radio microphone series, as well as the Neumann KH 80 DSP monitoring loudspeaker. Sennheiser will also be launching the new HD 200 Pro headphones, alongside new frequency variants for the evolution wireless 300 G3 and 500 G3 series for the USA and Canada. While exploring the latest tools for the stage and the mobile studio, visitors will be able to enjoy a wealth of live performances at the booth.

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Los Angeles, CA– The music industry’s biggest names gathered at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 13th for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. The evening was punctuated by command performances by Bruno Mars, Adele, Beyoncé, and Ed Sheeran, each relying on Sennheiser’s flagship wireless technology: the Digital 9000 system. Others, including Lady Gaga, the Weeknd, and Katy Perry, also turned to Sennheiser wireless equipment for their performances, which were viewed by nearly 25 million television viewers around the world.

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2017 Billboard Music Awards With Command Performance By Drake on New Digital 6000 Wireless System

Las Vegas, Nevada, June 6, 2017 – The T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas was packed during the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, for a star-studded evening punctuated by riveting performances from the music industry’s top contemporary talent. Drake, Beyoncé, Blake Shelton, Camila Cabello, Miley Cyrus, Céline Dion, Bruno Mars, and Nicki Minaj were among the artists to grace the stage with gripping renditions of their hits, all using Sennheiser wireless systems.

Sennheiser launches new frequency variant for evolution wireless

June 16, 2016 · Old Lyme, Conn. – With the forthcoming changes in spectrum allocation in the USA and Canada, audio specialist Sennheiser is anticipating future customer needs with the release of a new frequency variant of its popular evolution wireless ew 100 G3 and ew 300 IEM G3 series. From July, the wireless microphone and monitoring systems will be available in an A1 variant, which covers the frequency range from 470 to 516 MHz.