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ATW-A49S

UHF Wide-band Directional LPDA Antenna


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  • Overview

    Single UHF wide-band directional LPDA (log periodic dipole array) antenna provides enhanced transmission for UHF in-ear monitor systems throughout a wide band range (440-900 MHz). Mounts to 5/8"-27 threads. Includes 12 cable.

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    ATW-A49S Submittal Sheet (pdf 104.98 KB)
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  • Q & A

    I'm having trouble finding a suitable wall bracket. Could you make a recommendation or offer some options?

    Harold

    Thank you for your inquiry. Many use our AT8663 A-mount flange mount.

    AudioSolutionsManager

    We already have one (1) ATW A49 antenna and want to get another one. Will the A49S work as a second antenna? Can we just buy one (1) A49?

    Harold

    Thank you for your inquiry. Yes if you need to purchase an additional A49 antenna you will need the A49S.

    ATUS_Specialist4

    Can I use this to replace the antenna's on the VocoPro 5800?

    N00Bs

    Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at audio-solutions@atus.com for assistance with this.

    ATUS_Specialist3

    Is this the right antenna to use with the ATW-R-3100?

    deanspy

    Yes, you may use the ATW-A49 LPDA antenna. I would recommend the ATW-A49 which is sold as a pair of antenna rather than the "A49S" which is a single antenna. You will want to use two antenna to keep your True Diversity. http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/accessories/02531fd0511b76c3/index.html

    ATUS_Specialist3

    Questions about ATW-A49S and DA49 Hello, I own 1 M3 in ear system and I am getting ready to purchase 3 more. I want to get an ATW-A49S to extend the range of these units, but I'm not sure if I need an antenna distribution unit like the DA49 with this paddle to use it for all 4 units. can you help with this? Thanks, Ryan

    Ryan

    You need the MCB4 Antenna Combiner. It allows you to transmit the signal from as many as 4 Transmitters over 1 ATW-49S Antenna.

    AudioSolutionsSpec1

    Frequency problems. I am experiencing a lot of frequency problem. I recently bought 4 of the M3 monitor system and i cant seem to find a frequency that will work perfect for each one of them. Would me buying an ATW-A49S help? Thanks.

    Kevyn

    Please contact the Audio-Technica Audio Solutions Team: audio-solutions@atus.com Please include the zip-code of operation, how many wireless systems you are operating and what their operating frequency is, and any other equipment you are using in the same rack as the M3-T transmitters. Thanks!

    AudioSolutionsSpec2

    can ATW49CB be used with ATW-A64P powered antennas?

    ffulop1

    Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, they can be used together. You will need to provide antenna power from the receiver or distribution amplifier and you will have to turn on the antenna power pass thru on the ATW-49CB to power the antenna.

    AudioSolutionsManager

    will the ATW-A49S UHF Wide-band Directional LPDA Antenna help with signal drop I have two 3000 series wireless systems used in conjunction with the AT headset mics. I am experiencing signal drop out and crackle. I am hoping to find a solution to this.

    dchaas630

    Thank you for your inquiry. External antennas can help, but it could also make it worse if the issue is RFI from a broadcast TV channel. Please contact our Audio Solutions team at 330-686-2600 ext 5000 and they will help you trouble shoot this issue.

    AudioSolutionsManager

    Antenna size are different on same system I recently bought 4 systems 3000. We are a rental company from Portugal. One of them has bigger antennas than the rest, since the frequency band is on the seven hundred something, and the other ones are on the five hundred something. I hate the small antennas. Can i use the bigger ones on all of them? Also, with the da49 can i use the bigger antennas, instead the small ones, when not using te directional ones? Thanks

    dferreira

    Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact our office in Europe at the below. they can help with this. Audio-Technica Limited (UK) Unit 5, Millennium Way Leeds, LS11 5AL United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 113 277 1441 Fax: +44 (0) 113 270 4836 Email: sales@audio-technica.co.uk

    AudioSolutionsManager

    ATW-A49S antenna placement What's the proper placement for a pair of ATW-A49S anntennae relative to each other and relative to the receivers? They're connected to an ATW-DA660D combiner.

    Kirby

    Please note the antenna is directional, around 70 degrees, so you may want to map out your coverage area and ensure transmitters are within the covereage area of the antenna. Keep the cable runs as short as possible using 50 ohm cable. Keep the antenna high and separated to maintain diversity,

    AudioSolutionsManager