The ERX2 Encrypted IFB bodypack receives high quality digital audio, timecode
and metadata from a Zaxcom IFB transmitter. It has an LCD display for showing
timecode and current Scene and Take metadata in realtime with a hold button for
This second generation IFB receiver is made from a more durable nylon composite
housing and has a collar around the volume knob to increase durability. There
are also holes for an optional belt clip.
It contains a 1 kHz notch filter to eliminate the transmission of tone that is
sometimes sent from the mixing console. The notch filter frequency is adjustable
and using the notch filter won’t affect the quality of the IFB audio.
The ERX’s are compatible with ZaxNet or individually with the IFB100 2.4 GHz
transmitter, the QIFB portion of the QRX100 receiver or the IFB transmitter
built into the Nomad 6, 8 or 12.
Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system.
Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to
certain restrictions: The system may not cause harmful interference; it must
operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no
protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should
also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone
systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the
FCC at 1–888–CALL–FCC (TTY: 1–888–TELL–FCC) or
visit the FCC's wireless
microphone Web site.
If you're a licensed Part 74 operator, you may continue to use 50mW and greater
wireless systems under certain conditions. Eligible parties include a person or
organization engaged in the production or filming of motion pictures or
television, so, to the best of our knowledge, this includes below the line
More information on also can be found here.
To apply for a license, visit
If you have
any questions about these usage restrictions, please give us a call at
1-866-GOTHAM-8 or e-mail