Zaxcom ZMT3-Phantom Miniature Transmitter

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The ZMT3-Phantom is a new transmitter in Zaxcom’s Digital Recording Wireless line. While traditional wireless transmitters are normally placed at the bottom of a boom pole, the ZMT3-Phantom takes its spot near the top.

Available in 512 – 614 MHz (blocks 20-23) or 596 – 698 MHz (blocks 23-26)

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The ZMT3-Phantom is a new transmitter in Zaxcom’s Digital Recording Wireless line. While traditional wireless transmitters are normally placed at the bottom of a boom pole, the ZMT3-Phantom takes its spot near the top.

By positioning ZMT3-Phantom at the end of the boom pole users can remove the extra weight of the internal or external cable eliminating any noise that can leak into the audio track.

Weighing only 2.2oz (62g), the ZMT3-Phantom transmits encrypted audio using 100% digital modulation, resulting in audio quality far superior to any analog system. Audio can be recorded internally onto a microSD card using the highly reliable lossless MARF (Mobile Audio Recording Format) that eliminates file corruption common to recordings due to dead battery or early card removal. Files are then instantly copied to Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) or MP3 via ZaxConvert, free software available for MAC or PC.

The ZMT3-Phantom provides 114dB dynamic range with no limiting or compression distortion. Phantom power is selectable in 12, 24, 32 and 48V and its internal battery lasts for up to 5 hours of run time in 48V depending on the microphone used.

The ZMT3-Phantom comes equipped with ZaxNet™ so you can remotely change the frequency, pre-amp gain or output power and have the ability to place the transmitter’s built-in recorder into record, playback and stop modes. With ZaxNet™, the transmitter is directly controlled from either the sound cart, the trimpot of the Zaxcom mixer or Zaxcom recorder. Wireless quality control monitoring on the ZMT3-Phantom is accomplished using a Zaxcom ERX3TCD.

A balanced 3-pin micro LEMO input provides the microphone connection. The graphic OLED shows visible external audio and battery status levels for the operator.