At London’s ABTT Theatre Show, the next generation R-4 wireless microphone system from JTS will make its UK debut on the booth of FBT Audio (UK) – stand B41. Designed for maximum ease of use, set-up in under one second and able to swiftly adapt to its environment, the full diversity R-4 is remarkably compact, delivering four channels plus a suite of high-end features in a 1U, 19-inch rack mountable, rugged enclosure.
Originally launched to great acclaim at The NAMM Show, the R-4 is the latest example of JTS wireless innovation and roadworthy design. Built to overcome today’s squeezed spectrum, the UHF system is channel 38 ready, providing more coverage within limited bandwidth. System set-up can be a achieved in less than one second courtesy of the renowned JTS REMOSET technology – users can sync all data between receivers and transmitters with a single button push.
Each compact 1U receiver also includes integral antennas and a power cascade feature, meaning multiple receivers can be linked with ease and no additional equipment, facilitating the quick and simple creation of far larger wireless set-ups. The R-4 is the ideal solution for applications as diverse as touring sound, theatres, schools, commercial installations, corporate events and conferences.
“We’re delighted to bring the JTS R-4 to the UK for the first time at ABTT,” commented Mark Parkhouse, Managing Director of FBT Audio (UK). “The magical feature of the R-4 is how compact the receiver is – just 1U of standard rack space for four channels of wireless on channel 38. With the integral antenna and power cascade feature, you can very easily create, for example, a 16 way wireless system using only four receivers. Plus with REMOSET you can set the whole system up in less than a second – literally just the press of a button.” Additional features include interchangeable capsules on all handheld transmitters, slot-in transmitter charging and discreet body-packs.
One-to-one demonstrations of the JTS R-4 will be available throughout the ABTT exhibition, taking place at London's Alexandra Palace on June 6th and 7th, on stand B41.