Digital Audio Processing for high quality sound for ENG / EFP productions
The UTX-P03 XLR package offers wide frequency coverage with up to 72 MHz bandwidth (depending on region) across a wide range of channels, with a choice of models to choose from. Easy-to-use features include a large display, automatic channel setting function, micro USB connection for power supply and line input availability. The UWP-D Series system provides superb transient response performance for all ENG / EFP production applications.
Provides 48V phantom power
Using 3 pin XLR the UTX-P03 provides 48V phantom power to the microphone and converts a wired microphone to a wireless microphone via an XLR connector.
Sony Digital Audio Processing for high quality sound
Improves transient response performance between the UWP-D transmitter and receiver, which will provide impressive natural sound quality compared to conventional analogue wireless systems.
Wide frequency coverage with choice of channels available
The extra wide switching bandwidth covers a wide area, with a wide choice of channels available across multiple models - please refer to product specifications for more information. 14UC: 470.125 MHz to 541.875 MHz (UHF-TV channels 14 to 25) (not available in Brazil) 25UC: 536.125 MHz to 607.875 MHz (UHF-TV channels 25-36) 42LA: 638.125 MHz to 697.875 MHz (UHF-TV channels 42-51), 25 kHz steps (not available in US or Canada)
Easy to use features
Large display, automatic channel setting function, micro USB connection for power supply and line input availability.
For customers in North America
The UTX-P03/30 and UTX-P03/42 models operates in portions of the 617-652 MHz or 663-698 MHz frequencies. As of 2017, these frequencies are being transitioned by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to the 600 MHz service to meet increasing demand for wireless broadband services. Users of these models must cease operating on these frequencies no later than July 13, 2020. In addition, users may be required to cease operations before that date if their operations could cause harmful interference to a 600 MHz service licensee's wireless operations on these frequencies. For more information, contact the FCC.
For customers in Canada, please consult ISED’s Spectrum Advisory Bulletin for recent information related to the 600 MHz band transition.
UWP-D digital audio processing for high quality sound
The UWP-D Series wireless microphone systems uses Sony Digital Audio Processing to improve sound quality and transient response performance compared to conventional analogue wireless systems. It provides superb transient response performance. Analogue companding systems cannot accurately reproduce sounds such as a bell, tee shot or handclap, but Sony Digital Audio Processing reproduces them faithfully.
Provides 48V phantom power and connects to any microphone with 3 pin XLR connection
Converts a wired microphone to a wireless microphone via an XLR connector. The plug-on transmitter expands the flexibility of the UWP-D system.
Large display for ease of use
The UTX-P03 XLR plug-on transmitter features a bright 11.5mm x 27.8mm display, significantly larger than previous UWP models to make them easily readable in all situations.
Fast and easy channel scan
With its Clear Channel Scan, Active Channel Scan function and IR Sync features, the system detects unoccupied channels and selects the most appropriate channel automatically, for fast and easy system setup.
Automatic channel setting mode
The Auto Set channel mode allows the user to find and set available frequencies to use within the operating frequencies of the system. The receiver will automatically set the transmitter channel using the IR Sync feature.
Wide frequency coverage
The extra wide switching bandwidth covers a wide area, with a wide choice of channels available across multiple models - please refer to product specifications for more information.
True Diversity reception system
The UWP-D system achieves exceptionally stable audio signal being delivered from two independent receiver sections within the unit. Optimum signal quality is delivered by the two receivers sections and a comparison circuit constantly pulls the one with the best signal to give dropout free transmission.
Compatibility with Sony 800 and UWP Series analogue audio receivers
The UWP-D Series transmitters and receivers are also compatible with Sony’s WL-800 Series, UWP Series and Freedom Series, allowing users to switch between different companding modes.
Headphone output for monitoring
The UWP-D system provides its own headphone output socket, which is particularly useful when working with a camera that does not have a headphone output.
USB for external power supply or charging batteries
The UTX-P03 XLR plug-on transmitter has a micro USB terminal for connection to USB external portable power sources allowing the unit to be powered by the camcorder during use, resulting in hassle free power. You can also load NiMh batteries into the transmitter to be charged through the micro USB.
Robust metal body
The UTX-P03 XLR plug-on transmitter is made of strong, durable metal. Metal construction supports reliable use in rough operating conditions.
Line Input available
The UWP-D Series system has line input available for added flexibility.
Variable output level on portable receiver
The system provides variable output level control of ±12dB, for use with the various input levels of camcorders and DSLR cameras.
This product is available in a variety of different frequency range
models to suit the regulatory requirements of individual countries. Please
contact your Sony reseller for more information on which product will best
suit your specific needs.
14UC: 470.125 MHz to 541.875 MHz (UHF-TV channels 14 to 25) (not available in Brazil) 25UC: 536.125 MHz to 607.875 MHz (UHF-TV channels 25-36) 42LA: 638.125 MHz to 697.875 MHz (UHF-TV channels 42-51), 25 kHz steps (not available in US or Canada)
Carrier Frequencies: Europe, UAE, South Africa, Australia, Malaysia, Vietnam, New Zealand
CE21: 470.025 MHz to 542.000 MHz (not available in Australia, Malaysia, Vietnam or New Zealand) CE33: 566.025 MHz to 633.000 MHz (not available in New Zealand) CE42: 638.025 MHz to 694.000 MHz CE51: 710.025 MHz to 782.000 MHz (only available in Europe)
Carrier Frequencies: Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore
E: 794.125 MHz to 805.875 MHz
Carrier Frequencies: South Korea
KR3: 925.125 MHz to 937.500 MHz
RF Power: Americas
40 mW / 5 mW
RF Power: Europe, UAE, South Africa, Australia, Malaysia, Vietnam, New Zealand
30 mW / 5 mW
RF Power: South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore