Zaxcom's new environmentally friendly TRX992 is a professional wireless
audio transceiver designed specifically for boom pole and sports applications.
Within a single compact unit, the TRX992 performs the functions of an audio
transmitter, monitor return receiver, backup recorder, and phantom power supply.
The TRX992 is a 100 percent digital transmission system optimized for boom mic
operators working on motion picture and television productions.
transceiver features patent-pending internal recording, which backs up all
transmissions to guard against lost audio files. Users can record up to 24 hours
of audio to a removable mini or microSD card using the TRX992. The system
features a user-selectable power output — ranging from 10 mW to 100 mW. Audio
dynamic range is 106 dB, making it sound like a hard-wired microphone, without
any of the typical FM audio distortion problems.
Operating from just a single,
low-cost, VPX rechargeable battery system, the TRX992 provides an eco-friendly
audio solution, holding roughly twice the energy of today's lithium packs and
supporting over 500 recharges.
- 100% digital transmission
- 106dB Transmitter audio dynamic range
- 2.4 gigahertz Digital monitor return receiver
- Balanced XLR input with 48V phantom power
- Mic/Line level input
- User selectable 10, 25, 50 or 100 mW output power
- VPX rechargeable power system
- 100% machined aluminum case
- 24 hour internal backup recording (Patent Pending)
- Internal time code reader generator
- RF remote control
- Internal monitor mixer
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