Sennheiser Single Channel Contractor System, SKM 2000XP Bodypack, SKM 2000XP Handheld with Neumann KK205, EM2000 Receiver, GW 558/626 MHz, Nickel

SKU: SE2C1205NIG MFR: 2000C1-205NI-G
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Product Highlights

  • 4 selectable equalizer presets on receiver
  • Backlit displays on both transmitters
  • Handheld
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About Sennheiser

The Sennheiser Single Channel Contractor System (GW 558/626 MHz, Nickel) is a professional wireless microphone package designed to deliver high-quality, reliable wireless performance for concerts, lectures, meetings and a wide variety of other pro audio applications. This system includes the EM 2000 wireless receiver, the nickel SKM 2000-XP handheld microphone transmitter with a nickel Neumann KK 205 condenser capsule and the SK 2000-XP bodypack transmitter.

The 2000 Series wireless system features 20 intermodulation-free frequency banks with up to 64 preset channels per bank. In addition, there are 6 user banks that allow you to tune and store up to 64 channels. Frequency channel settings are tuned in 25 kHz steps and there are up to 3000 possible frequencies in up to 75 MHz of bandwidth in a given band (number of presets, number of possible frequencies and bandwidth vary per frequency band).

To help you get set up as quickly as possible, there is an auto-scan feature that finds available frequencies for you, plus you can configure the transmitter via infrared directly from the receiver. To prevent audible RF interference due to a weak signal from the transmitter, the system utilizes a pilot tone-driven squelch feature that mutes the receiver once the signal strength dips below a certain threshold.

The included SKM 2000-XP handheld microphone transmitter runs on two regular AA batteries, or the optional BA 2015 rechargeable battery pack. For convenience, it has external charging contacts that allow for recharging without taking the battery pack out of the transmitter when used with the optional L2015G2 charging station. In this particular 2000 Series system, the handheld transmitter comes with the Neumann KK 205 cardioid condenser capsule, which has been developed specifically for the SKM 2000 system. In designing the KK 205, particular attention was given to ensuring that the capsule maintains low levels of self noise and handling noise. Intended for stage use, the cardioid polar pattern rejects sound from the sides and directly behind the microphone. This helps to promote isolation from floor monitors and crowd noise. The capsule also features integrated foam for pop protection and for keeping moisture from contaminating the element.

The SK 2000-XP is a lightweight bodypack transmitter, that when paired with a headset or lavalier microphone that terminates with the Sennheiser 3-pin connector, provides a hands-free wireless option. The SK 2000-XP can also be paired with a compatible instrument cable for wireless electric guitar and bass, or with an instrument mic for wireless miking of acoustic guitar, upright bass and more. Like the SKM 2000-XP handheld transmitter, the SK 2000-XP can operate either on two AA batteries, or on the optional BA 2015 rechargeable battery pack. It also has external contacts for charging on the L2015G2 charging station without removing the battery pack.

The EM 2000 wireless receiver is enclosed in a 19" rackmountable case that is made from all-metal. It features one balanced 1/4" output, one balanced XLR output and one 1/4" headphone output. For convenience and efficient use of space, the power supply is integrated within the unit. Employing true diversity technology for consistent reception, the receiver uses 2 rod antennas. Additionally, the EM 2000 has an integrated antenna splitter that allows up to 8 receiver units to share one set of antennas. This feature can come in handy in multi-channel system configurations in which you may wish to rackmount several receivers on top of one another.

Sennheiser Features

  • HDX noise reduction system keeps signal-to-noise ratio less than 120 dB(A)
  • Auto-lock feature to prevent setting changes from accidentally pressing buttons on handheld and bodypack transmitters
  • Enhanced audio frequency response in the bass range for optimum transmission from bass guitars on the bodypack transmitter
  • Audio and RF mute features for muting the transmitters
  • Soundcheck feature checks the reception area for strength gaps that cannot be compensated for by the diversity system
  • Input sensitivity above 60 dB can be set in 3 dB steps on bodypack transmitter
  • 4 selectable equalizer presets on receiver
  • Two-color backlit graphic display on receiver with warning messages in red
  • Backlit displays on both transmitters
  • Antenna cables can be connected to the antenna input sockets which output direct voltage to supply an active antenna
  • Ethernet output for connecting to a PC running Sennheiser Wireless Systems Manager software for monitoring, control and advanced scanning features

Sennheiser Specifications

Receiver: Modulation
Wideband FM
Receiver: RF: Frequency Range
GW 558/626 MHz
Receiver: Carrier Frequency
Maximum 3,000
Receiver: Presets
Maximum 64
Receiver: Switching: Bandwidth
Maximum 75 MHz
Receiver: Audio: Equalizer Presets
none, flat
-3 dB at 200 Hz, low cut
-3 dB at 200 Hz and +5.5 dB at 10 kHz, low cut/high boost
+5.5 dB at 10 kHz, high boost
Receiver: Peak Deviation
± 48 kHz
Receiver: Nominal Deviation
± 24 kHz
Receiver: Output Voltage
+18 dBu
Receiver: Principle of Operation
True diversity
Receiver: Sensitivity
2 uV for 52 dBA rms S/N
Receiver: Adjacent Channel: Rejection
Typ. = 80 dB
Receiver: Blocking
= 80 dB
Receiver: Squelch
Off, 5 - 25 dBuV
Receiver: Intermodulation Spacing
Typ. = 75 dB
Receiver: Antenna Connector
2 BNC (50ohm)
Receiver: Cascadable
2 BNC (50ohm)
Receiver: Gain
0 dB ±0.5 dB
Receiver: Compander
Receiver: Frequency Response
25 - 18,000 Hz
Receiver: Signal-to-Noise Ratio
> 120 dB(A)
Receiver: Harmonic Distortion
< 0.9%
Receiver: Outputs
1x 1/4" TRS headphone out
1x XLR balanced out
1x 1/4" TRS balanced out
Receiver: Audio: Output Level
+18 dBu max
Receiver: Booster
12 V DC, 2 x 200 mA
Receiver: Operating Temperature
14 deg.F - 131 deg.F (-10 deg.C - +55 deg.C)
Receiver: Power Supply
100 - 200 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Receiver: Current Consumption
Maximum 0.2 A
Handheld Transmitter: Modulation
Handheld Transmitter: Input Sensitivity
48 dB, adjustable in 6 dB steps
Frequency Stability
= ± 15 ppm
Handheld Transmitter: RF Frequency Range
GW 558/626 MHz
Handheld Transmitter: Carrier Frequency
Maximum 3,000
Handheld Transmitter: Presets
Maximum 64
Handheld Transmitter: Power Consumption
Typ. 180 mA (30 mW)
Nominal voltage = 25 uA
With switched off radio microphone
Handheld Transmitter: Switching
Bandwidth: Maximum 75 MHz
Handheld Transmitter: RF: Output Power
Selectable from 10, 30, 50, or 100 mW
Handheld Transmitter: Nominal Deviation
±24 kHz
Handheld Transmitter: Peak Deviation
± 48 kHz
Handheld Transmitter: Compander
Handheld Transmitter: Frequency Response
80 - 18,000 Hz
Handheld Transmitter: Harmonic
Distortion: < 0.9%
Handheld Transmitter
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: = 120 dBA ( at 1mV peak deviation)
Handheld Transmitter: Compliance
Handheld Transmitter: Power Supply
2x 1.5 V (AA)
Handheld Transmitter: Operating Time
Typ. 8 h
Handheld Transmitter: Operating Temp
14 deg.F - 131 deg.F (-10 deg.C - + 55 deg.C)
Handheld Transmitter: Type
Externally Polarized Condenser Microphone Capsule
Handheld Transmitter: Polar Pattern
Super Cardioid
Bodypack Transmitter: Modulation
Bodypack Transmitter: RF Frequency Range
GW 558/626 MHz
Bodypack Transmitter: Carrier Frequency
Maximum 3,000
Bodypack Transmitter: Frequency
Stability: = ± 15 ppm
Bodypack Transmitter: Presets
Maximum 64
Bodypack Transmitter: Switching
Bandwidth: Maximum 75 MHz
Bodypack Transmitter: RF: Output Power
Selectable from 10, 30, 50, or 100 mW
Bodypack Transmitter: Nominal Deviation
±24 kHz
Bodypack Transmitter: Peak Deviation
± 48 kHz
Bodypack Transmitter: Compander
Bodypack Transmitter: Frequency Response
Line: 25 - 18,000 Hz
Mic: 80 - 18,000 Hz
Bodypack Transmitter: Harmonic
Distortion: < 0.9%
Bodypack Transmitter
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 120 dB(A) ( at 1 mV, peak deviation)
Bodypack Transmitter: Compliance
Bodypack Transmitter: Audio
Input Connectors: Sennheiser (3-pin) socket
Bodypack Transmitter: Power Supply
2x 1.5 V (AA)
Bodypack Transmitter: Operating Time
Typ. 8 h
Bodypack Transmitter: Maximum Input
Voltage: 3 Veff (mic + line)
Bodypack Transmitter: Input Impedance
Mic: 40 kohm
Line: 1 Mohm
Bodypack Transmitter: Input Sensitivity
60 dB, adjustable in 3 dB steps
Bodypack Transmitter: Operating Temp
14 deg.F - 131 deg.F (-10 deg.C - + 55 deg.C)
Receiver: 8.50x19.00x1.70" (217.00x483.00x43.00mm)
Handheld Transmitter: 1.96x10.07" (50.00x265.00mm)
Bodypack Transmitter: 3.20x2.50x0.94" (82.00x64.00x24.00mm)
Receiver: 5.7lbs (2.58kg)
Handheld Transmitter: 0.99lbs (0.44kg)
Bodypack Transmitter: 5.6oz (160g)
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