Rack Receiver – MDS3-9

Key Features

  • Multi-channelled true space diversity modular receiver system
  • Up to nine receivers – switchable to 100 channels
  • Computer optimized frequency sets for your requirement
  • Free-standing or rack mounted – 3U high
  • MICRON Noise Reduction System for wide dynamic range
  • Excellent selectivity and sensitivity with high-signal handling
  • Internal monitoring mixer with 1/4in headphone jack
  • LED signal strength and audio level columns on each receiver
  • Transformer XLR outputs – switchable Line/Mic level
  • Mains or 12VDC powered
  • Two BNC Antenna input sockets with switched masthead power
  • Matching antennas and masthead amplifiers available
  • Antenna distribution amplifiers available for multi-rack systems

Product Accessories

Antenna Splitter – ADA



The MICRON DIVERSITY SYSTEM MDS3-9 is our fully modular, multi-channel UHF radio microphone receiving system. It is switchable across one hundred pre-programmed channels. It is designed for applications where large numbers of performers are required on a stage or studio set together. Examples include musicals, television studios, OB’s, film sets, large conference venues and arenas. The MDS3-9 incorporates the MDR790 series of modular receivers and is available in a 19” rack-mounting frame. Up to nine MDR790 receivers may be incorporated in a single housing while multiple racks can be combined for larger multi-channel requirements. Each system is tailored to individual customer requirements. The size of the frequency set, as well as the inter-modulation performance, is computer-optimised with front-end bandwidth adjusted to match the allocated RF spectrum. By this means, the MDS3-9 system provides a high signal handling capability coupled with good interference rejection and low inherent system noise. Meticulous testing at every stage of production ensures a continued high level of performance and long-term reliability. MICRON MDR790 modular receivers are designed specifically for multi-channel use; their low noise, digitally controlled PLL designs providing the highest level of frequency agility. The multiple stage of RF filtering are used for long-term reliability and stability, ensuring the highest possible sound quality.