The TRXLT2 is an ultra-small talent transmitter with user selectable power output of 10, 25 or 50mW that covers four blocks with a single transmitter. Though based on the TRX900LT, the LT2 was totally redesigned on the inside with a brand new proprietary digital modulation giving it enhanced transmission distance and a wider tuneable frequency range.
The TRXLT2 is available in two versions: the TRXLT2.5, which covers blocks 20 through 23 (512-614 MHz) and the TRXLT2.6, which covers blocks 23 through 26 (596 - 698 MHz).
The LT2 features internal time code stamped backup recording and ZaxNet in a tiny low-cost system for episodic television production, motion picture and broadcast events. Designed to be lightweight and durable, the LT2 is housed in a high strength, impact resistant nylon polymer casing that provides protection from both corrosion and water damage. 100% digital transmission for audio quality that rivals a hardwired system and are fully encrypted to eliminate the possibility of production audio interception and theft. They and are fully compatible with all Zaxcom wireless receivers and IFB transmitters.
The LT2 works with ZaxNet, Zaxcom’s 2.4GHz RF network that distributes remote control commands, time code and IFB audio. With ZaxNet, one can remotely control transmitter settings such as gain, frequency channel, transport controls and output power levels. When paired with an IFB100/200 and Deva or Fusion, the units can also replay audio via a time code reference giving production sound mixers the ability to replay and remix audio, creating a virtual multitrack playback and rerecord system. The LA2 also transmits a Quality Control signal over ZaxNet, enabling the mixer with an ERX in their pocket to listen to any mic wherever they are on set.
Stereo models: TRXLT2.5S & TRXLT2.6S
The “S” model is a stereo version of the LT2. The single 3-pin LEMO connector accepts two lavalier mics and a stereo image is then wirelessly transmitted from talent with a single bodypack style transmitter, opening up unlimited possibilities for the enhancement of audio on programming delivered in 5.1 surround format.
More on Internal Recording
96 hours of 24 bit internal time code stamped backup recording is perfect for those times when there’s a lack of available frequencies or when dropouts cannot be tolerated. The audio is time code referenced, recorded on and played back from a removable MicroSD memory card that can be used in any standard SD card reader.
Audio can be recorded, played back and time code referenced either manually or through ZaxNet remote control commands.
The audio is automatically recorded full bandwidth as a .ZAX file. The included ZaxConvert file transfer software (available for both MAC and PC) utilizes sample rate conversion to obtain the sample rate and bit depth of choice when files are imported to your computer. There are two time code stamped file types to choose from: BWF (Broadcast Wave Format) or MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer 3).