User Manual for Comtek BST-25 Synthesized Base Station Transmitter Click to enlarge the picture
Contents of the user manual for the Comtek BST-25 Synthesized Base Station Transmitter
- Product category: Base Stations Comtek
- Brand: Comtek
- Description and content of package
- Technical information and basic settings
- Frequently asked questions – FAQ
- Troubleshooting (does not switch on, does not respond, error message, what do I do if...)
- Authorized service for Comtek Base Stations
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Product description The Comtek BST-25 is an advanced and versatile IFB, cueing, and monitoring transmitter for broadcast, film, and live applications.
The rack-mountable unit features 119 user-selectable channels operating in the 76.2-87.8 MHz range to minimize interference. It has a switchable mic/line level XLR input with 60 dB of control range. A bright LED display shows frequency, channel, VU meter, and special functions.
The BST-25 offers superb speech intelligibility and high-fidelity audio thanks to a switchable EQ circuit. The audio processing system can operate companded or non-companded to work with a wider variety of receivers.
The BST-25 is recommended for use with the PR-25 and PR-216 synthesized receivers, which are available separately. Note: This unit includes either a carrying case and whip antenna or rack-mounting hardware. Please call for ordering info.
The BST-25 is a low power auxiliary base station transmitter designed to operate under Part 74 of the FCC Regulations in the unused TV channel 5 and TV channel 6 spectrum (76.2 to 87.8 MHz).
- Optional Rack Mounting 1
Please Note: This unit includes either mounting hardware, or a carrying case and whip antenna. Please call for ordering info. close
- 119 User-Selectable Channels
- Operates in the 76.2 - 87.8 MHz Range for Minimized Interference
- Switchable Mic/Line Input with 60 dB of Control Range
- LED Display Shows Channel, Frequency, VU Meter, and Special Functions
- High Fidelity Audio with Superb Speech Intelligibility
In the Box Comtek BST-25 Synthesized Base Station Transmitter (TV 5/6 - 76.2 - 87.8 MHz) Power Adapter Carrying Case & Whip Antenna OR Rack-Mounting Hardware (Call for Details) Operating Manual 1-Year Limited Warranty Table of Contents
- Companded/Non-Companded Operation Accommodates Greater Variety of Receivers
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Comtek BST-25 Specs
| Audio Inputs || 1 x XLR (Mic/Line Switchable) |
| Antenna || Telescopic Antenna Mounts Into Top of Transmitter |
Optional External Antenna Via BNC RF Output
| FCC Compliance || Type Accepted Under Part 74 |
| Power Requirements || 12 Volts DC, 300 mA Maximum |
| Frequency Response || 80Hz - 15kHz |
| Distortion || Less Than 0.5% at 80% Modulation |
| Limiter || Soft Compressor Type with High (25 dB) Linear Overload Protection; Attack Time - Less Than 1 ms, Recovery Time - 10 ms |
| Gain Control || Greater Than 40 dB |
| Operating Frequency || 76.2 - 87.8 MHz |
| Dimensions (WxHxD) || 6.5 x 1.75 x 6.6" (165 x 44 x 168mm) |
| Weight || 2.75 lbs (1.25 kg) |
| Package Weight || 8.36 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 16.0 x 14.25 x 6.6" |
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