Sennheiser ew 100 ENG G4 (Range E) Wireless ENG System
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  • Overview
  • Included Items
  • Features
  • Frequency Range E

The Sennheiser EW100-ENG-G4-E radio mic system is a flexible kit designed specifically for ENG broadcast and video production. The EK100 G4 receiver comes with an XLR output cable to suit professional video cameras but a minijack output cable is also provided to suit consumer models or DSLR cameras.

2 x transmitters are provided, so either the SK100 G4 beltpack can be used with the ME2 II lapel microphone or the SKP100 G4 plug-on can be used instead. The SKP100 G4 is designed to enable a dynamic mic with an XLR output to be adapted for wireless use. Please note, the SKP100 G4 does not provide phantom power so does not work with condenser microphones. If phantom power is required, then a 500 Series G4 plug-on system should be used instead.


Included items :

1 x EK 100 G4 camera receiver with 42MHz tuning bandwidth
1 x SK 100 G4 bodypack transmitter
1 x SKP 100 G4 plug-on transmitter
1 x ME 2 clip-on microphone
1 x 6 AA batteries
1 x CA 2 camera adapter
1 x CL 1 3.5 mm jack cable
1 x CL 100 XLR to 3.5 mm jack adapter cable
1 x User guide & frequency planner sheet


Rugged all-in-one wireless system with high flexibility for broadcast quality sound
• Excellent sound and construction quality
• Easy to use and fast setup time
• Powerful and reliable wireless transmission
• Range: up to 100 meters / 330 feet
• Up to 8 hours of operation time


Range E ( 823-865 MHz )

Range E is a flexible choice for use in the UK and across Europe. Without a licence it can be used in the UK between 863-865 MHz. This is enough bandwidth to allow the use of upto 4 x systems simultaneously.

With a UK radio mic licence, it can be used between 823-832 MHz. This falls under the scope of the revised licence brought into effect in April 2015. This is sufficient bandwidth to alllow the use of upto 13 x simultaneous systems. Access to 823-832 MHz is also well co-ordinated across Europe.

Please phone our Sales Team on 01707 332104 if you have any questions about frequencies and licencing, we will be happy to help.
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