TRX800 Handheld Transmitter

The TRX800 is an encrypted handheld digital wireless transmitter with optional internal backup recording.

Zaxcom Digital Wireless is protected under patent #’s: 7,711,443 & 7,929,902

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Press Releases POMPTON PLAINS, N.J.  —June 15, 2010 —Zaxcom today announced that it has received a U.S. patent for the company’s virtual wireless multitrack recording systems. Awarded by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Patent Number 7,711,443 covers the entire Zaxcom TRX family of digital wireless systems with built-in backup recording. “Our TRX family of digital recording wireless systems provides television and film production teams with the unique ability to automatically and simultaneously record multiple tracks of digital audio while wirelessly transmitting the signals. The ability to perform all these functions in a single, compact, reliable system lessens equipment weight and cost while also safeguarding against the risk of lost audio,” said Glenn Sanders, Zaxcom’s president. “We’re excited that this system has been recognized by the U.S. Patent Office as a significant and unique technology.” All technologies in Zaxcom’s popular TRX product line feature 100 percent digital transmission for audio quality that rivals a hard-wired system, and are superior to all analog and hybrid wireless units. With the optional patented internal timecode-referenced audio recorder, each TRX system backs up all wireless transmissions on a removable microSD card to eliminate the possibility of audio loss due to interference or signal dropout. A wide feature set is available, including support for reception of IFB audio, timecode, and remote control signals. To learn more about Zaxcom’s full line of audio systems, visit www.zaxcom.com. # # # About Zaxcom, Inc. Zaxcom, Inc. designs and manufactures innovative professional audio equipment for the television and film industries. A pioneer in audio technologies for sound-mixing and ENG professionals, Zaxcom engineered the first digital wireless microphone and the first wireless microphone to feature integrated audio recording, IFB receivers, and timecode transmission. More information about Zaxcom, Inc., can be found at www.zaxcom.com. Zaxcom’s Receives U.S. Patent for Wireless Recording Technology Press Releases POMPTON PLAINS, N.J.  — Sept. 1, 2009 — At the IBC2009 show in Amsterdam, Zaxcom will launch ZaxNet, a 2.4-GHz RF network for the distribution of remote control signals, time code, IFB audio, and metadata for production sound. Zax-Net wirelessly links Zaxcom’s Deva/Fusion digital recording wireless encrypted IFB receivers, and compatible digital slates into a single system for audio recording and metadata distribution. The ZaxNet signal is generated by Zaxcom’s Deva or Fusion audio recorders/mixers and broadcast via a Zaxcom IFB100 wireless transmitter on a 2.4-GHz signal. IFB audio, time code, metadata, and wireless remote control commands are then received by Zaxcom’s ERX series IFB receivers and TRX series digital wireless transceivers. The network can wirelessly distribute scene and take metadata for automatic display on any compatible digital slate connected to an ERX2 receiver. When the clapper is activated, the slate will automatically display the correct timecode and metadata as entered through a Deva or Fusion unit and distributed via the ZaxNet networking working automatically in the background. Another ZaxNet feature is its unique, patent-pending ability to synchronize any number of Zaxcom wireless transmitters for timecode-referenced playback, enabling a take to be rerecorded by a Deva or Fusion unit. This will give the production sound mixer the ability to remix a take in the event that the original recording needs to be changed for any reason. As a bonus, RF interference can be eliminated in the retransmission and remix of the audio tracks. “ZaxNet now gives audio engineers greater control and flexibility than they’ve ever had before in managing IFB audio, timecode, metadata, and remote control signals,” said Glenn Sanders, Zaxcom’s president. “To give television and film productions the broadest wireless capabilities available for transmitting and receiving production audio, we designed this network to be truly interoperable among our entire suite of sound recorders, transmitters, and receivers.” ZaxNet will be available for all current Zaxcom hardware via a free software update. For a demonstration of ZaxNet, visit Zaxcom at IBC2009, stand 8.D79. To learn more about Zaxcom’s full line of audio systems, visit www.zaxcom.com. # # # About Zaxcom, Inc. Zaxcom, Inc. designs and manufactures innovative professional audio equipment for the television and film industries.  A pioneer in audio technologies for the sound mixing and ENG professionals, Zaxcom engineered the first digital wireless microphone and the first wireless microphone to feature integrated audio recording.  More information about Zaxcom, Inc. is available at www.zaxcom.com. Zaxcom’s Announces ZaxNet RF Network for Wireless Distribution of Production Audio Remote Control and Metadata Press Releases POMPTON PLAINS, N.J.  —  December 17, 2008  —  Zaxcom today announced that Sanken, manufacturer of the industrywide standard in ultra-miniature lavalier microphones, has introduced the new COS-11D microphone, optimized for use with Zaxcom’s wireless digital recording transmitters.  The new product, which is the latest version of Sanken’s popular COS-11 lavalier series, incorporates exclusive design advances that deal with digital and digital/analog hybrid wireless transmission. Zaxcom President Glenn Sanders remarked, “Zaxcom is excited to recommend the Sanken COS-11D for use with our TRX series of wireless digital recording transmitters.  The COS-11D, with its immunity to RF interference, provides the audio quality that sound mixers have come to expect, while Zaxcom’s digital wireless technology ensures transmission quality that is equivalent to that of a hard-wired connection.  Together these products will provide an integrated system that blends reliability with superior performance and quality.” In today’s wireless transmission systems, the microphone must remain unaffected by the new forms of transmitter signals.  While the benefits of these new systems are obvious, they present new challenges in the area of emission protection.  Sanken Microphones has designed the COS-11D specifically to reduce the instances in which interference is an issue. Jim Pace, president of Sanken distributor plus24, added, “Sanken Microphones is excited to announce this breakthrough product.  Working with the latest in wireless technologies, Sanken and Zaxcom have partnered to provide another unique solution for our users.” The new COS-11D version will be introduced in December 2008 in limited quantities.  The unit will be available in the PT (pig tail) version with standard sensitivity and the Red Mark model with reduced sensitivity.  To create the COS-11D, Sanken has combined extensive R&D with the world’s most advanced precision craftsmanship for the ultimate in sensitivity and natural sound. For information about Sanken, visit distributor plus24 at www.plus24.net or phone 1-323-845-1171. To learn more about Zaxcom and its innovative range of wireless audio transmission systems, visit www.zaxcom.com or call 1-973-835-5000. # # # About Zaxcom, Inc. Zaxcom, Inc. designs and manufactures innovative professional audio equipment for the television and film industries.  A pioneer in audio technologies for the sound mixing and ENG professionals, Zaxcom engineered the first digital wireless microphone and the first wireless microphone to feature integrated audio recording.  More information about Zaxcom, Inc. is available at www.zaxcom.com. Sanken Partners With Zaxcom for New COS-11D Lavalier Microphone Designed for Digital and Analog/Digital Transmitters
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