Higher channel density with maximum signal reliability at the same time: Digital 6000 is intermodulation-free and assures through its equidistant frequency grid excellent spectral efficiency and the simplest frequency configuration– even in the toughest frequency environments where other systems already fail. Error correction and audio error masking recognize and fix problems long before they even become audible. When it comes to setup and the user interface, the EM 6000 stands out for clarity, relevance and short pathways.
Digital 6000 can be seamlessly integrated into existing digital or analog infrastructures. The EM 6000 receiver has a digital AES-3 output with word clock inputs and outputs, high-quality transformer-balanced analog XLR and 6.3 mm jack outputs as well as a 6.3 mm headphone output. The Dante™ version with an Audinate Brooklyn ll card additionally offers two Amphenol RJ-45 connectors for integrating the receiver into a Dante™ network, for redundant networks or daisy chain cabling.
Whether we’re talking about reducing information down to the really meaningful key values or smart menus on a high-contrast OLED display, every operating element is a result of practical experience and designed for practical use. All the vital parameters are summarized in one view. Important functions can be reached directly via home screens without long navigation paths. The auto-setup enables scanning and frequency distribution to all connected devices directly via the receiver; naturally Digital 6000 can also be monitored and configured via the Wireless System Manager (WSM).
The EM 6000 is compatible with UHF Sennheiser antenna systems.
19’’ 2-Channel receiver, 19 inch 1RU
Large 244 MHz switching bandwidth
Legendary Long Range mode (LR) with proprietary audio codec (SeDAC) from the masterpiece Digital 9000
Link Density Mode (LD mode) with efficiency-optimized Audio Codec (SePAC) ensures up to 5 channels per MHz bandwidth
Equidistant frequency grid for maximum channel density and simplest setup
32 superior quality RF pre-selection filters for optimal suppression of interference signals at antenna input
Error correction and audio error masking
Automatic frequency setup
Digital and transformer balanced analog outputs XLR, 6.3 mm jack, AES-3, EM 6000 Dante with Brooklyn II Card and Amphenol RJ-45
Integrated antenna splitter for cascading of up to 8 systems
one high-quality OLED display per channel
Link Quality Indicator (LQI)
Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) compatible
Compatible with standard Sennheiser UHF antennas
Compatible with Digital 9000 transmitters in Long Range mode
Whether it’s entertainment shows, TV series, magazine programs, international films, events or product presentations – Studio Berlin GmbH is ideally equipped for every kind of job with its extensive production site in Berlin-Adlershof and multi-purpose outside broadcast vehicles. For the optimal flexibility the production center counts on Sennheiser’s wireless transmission technology.
David Bowie’s musical legacy was brought to DeLaMar theatre in Amsterdam following successful runs in New York and London. Dutch rental company Events Light worked with production company Stage Entertainment Nederland to deliver state-of-the-art audio equipment from Sennheiser for the show.
The international musical Come from Away, honored with the beknowned Olivier Award, has been packing in record-breaking audiences both on Broadway and in the West End. To ensure discrete, high-quality sound reinforcement on the show, Sound Designer Gareth Owen has specified the new ultra-compact Sennheiser SK 6212 bodypack transmitter for all cast members.
At the end of April, British war veteran and beloved walking hero, Captain Sir Thomas Moore, raised more than £32m for NHS charities by walking 100 laps of his garden before his 100th birthday on the 30th of April. An outside broadcast with the BBC breakfast team was realized by sound engineer Paul Cutler with the help of Sennheiser Digital 6000.
As a premier performance venue located within an integrated hub, The Star Performance Arts Centre Singapore boasts of a state-of-the-art purpose-built 5,000-seat theatre, a 770-pax multi-purpose event hall and a 144-pax premium roof-top venue. In recent times, the venue has sought to refresh its audio offerings to ensure it retains its position as a top-ofrange event space.
Film productions have become smaller in recent years, moving faster than they have been 15 years ago. Harti Küffner, who has worked on major productions such as the German "Tatort" series, relies on Sennheiser for his daily business. Sennheiser's wide range of professional audio products provide him with the precise tools he needs, perfectly suited for each application.
müllermusic Veranstaltungstechnik GmbH & Co. KG has opted to invest in Sennheiser Digital 6000 wireless systems. This pioneering wireless technology is an addition to the company’s products from the 2000 and evolution wireless series, and will be operated in parallel with Sennheiser in-ear systems.
The entertainment programme on board the AIDA cruise ships is increasingly becoming the domain of Sennheiser Digital 6000 systems. In April 2017, the AIDAvita became the first member of the fleet to be equipped with the audio specialist’s digital wireless systems. In the meantime, it has been followed by the AIDAcara and AIDAblu.
Reynolds Auditorium has played host to well-regarded touring acts, from the Moscow Ballet to Sweet Honey in the Rock to the National Black Theater Festival. All the while, located on the campus of an area high school, communitycentered productions are also a significant part of its oeuvre. These include everything from high school theater productions to a cappella performances.
Prima, one of two biggest commercial TV broadcasters in the Czech Republic, agreed with CNN to run a Czech version of CNN News. The channel is called CNN Prima News. For this purpose, Prima built the biggest and most modern TV studio of the country. Sennheiser‘s local country partner PANTER equipped the studio with the latest sound technology.
Music, Filmmaking and Education. If you look back at Nick A‘Hern‘s career for the past 35 years, you quickly realize that he is someone that grew up surrounded by the film industry of Australia. The experienced director of photography and producer focusses on documentaries and passes on his knowledge to following generations.
Belgium electronic rock band, GOOSE, has a fanbase that spans Europe. 2020 marks two decades of success and also the tenth anniversary of their second album, Synrise. To mark the occasion, and to give their fans something special in these challenging times, GOOSE collaborated with Sennheiser and Belgium’s PXL University of Applied Sciences and Arts to produce an extraordinary binaural recording and mix of the album’s title track.
With the slogan “Autokultur – from Hannover for Hannover”, an unusual series of events is helping to keep the entertainment scene in Northern Germany buzzing. Every evening, up to a thousand vehicles converge on Hannover’s Schützenplatz fairground, where they tune in their UHF radios – just like in a drive-in cinema – to listen to exciting stage performances.
Award-winning country music artist Blake Shelton performed for an exclusive one-day-only drive-in performance screening, which took place simultaneously at 300 participating drive-in locations throughout the United States. The recently taped performance included a full set of Blake’s best-known music performed with his six-piece touring band and also featured special guest appearances by Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins.
WILD RICE is recognised today as one of Singapore’s leading professional theatre companies. It was founded in 2000 by Ivan Heng, an internationally acclaimed and award-winning theatre practitioner. Having championed home-grown theatre for over 20 years, WILD RICE laid down its roots in Funan, a retail mall, in 2019.