The URX100 is a multipurpose UHF receiver that can be configured as a camera link receiver, an IFB receiver with walkie talkie interface or a standalone IFB receiver with timecode view and delay.
The URX100 is compatible with any Zaxcom Digital Recording Wireless transmitter. The UHF diversity receiver utilizes a tunable tracking front end filter to combat interference and extend range.
Two antennas (one internal, one external) provide dropout resistance. Operating distances can exceed 500 feet (152 m).
It features two modes of operation: mono audio output with SMPTE timecode or stereo audio output. Stereo audio or balanced mono audio is output from the 3.5mm headphone jack. SMTPE timecode and mono unbalanced audio is output from the auxiliary TA5 connector.
WALKIE TALKIE INTERFACE WITH URXL1 LANYARD
The URX100 can be connected to the remote speaker/mic port of a walkie talkie. You can route the walkie talkie audio left, right or center by the URX100 and/or mix the walkie audio with the URX100 receiver audio. Both the URX100 and walkie talkie audio to be heard at the same time with a single pair of headphones when using the URXL1 Lanyard.
The URXL1 Lanyard has a push-to-talk button and a microphone. Volume control is adjustable. Any headphone with a 3.5mm jack can be plugged into the URXL1 Lanyard. The URXL1 Lanyard is optional.
Menu options include mono or stereo audio and view timecode on the OLED display. Up to six frames of programmable delay allow for video sync.
Paired with the URXL1 lanyard both the IFB audio and walkie talkie audio can be listened to. Talk back is through the built-in URXL1 microphone. Volume is adjustable.
The URX100 can monitor a stereo signal or route the audio to left, right and both ears as a mono mix. The stereo signal can be selected at the URX100 so that a boom operator can monitor one of two transmitted channels that can include a public IFB feed as well as a private communication channel. This monitored audio can also be combined with the audio from a connected walkie with left, right or center routing.