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KLEIN + HUMMEL INTRODUCES PAS 100

pas_100.jpgOLD LYME, CONNECTICUT – JUNE 2008: Klein + Hummel, a proud member of the Sennheiser family of high-end professional audio products, announces the launch of its PAS 100 portable, self-powered indoor/outdoor speaker that offers integration with Sennheiser’s industry-leading wireless microphone technology. Making its debut at InfoComm08, the PAS 100 is specifically designed for large room applications, and features two option slots for Sennheiser evolution wireless G2 series receivers or a built-in CD/MP3 player in addition to external inputs for a microphone and music playback.

The NTRL-approved PAS 100 is designed for use in such venue applications as hotels, local gatherings and small performance areas by fitness instructors, educators and public speakers. Quick and easy to set up and operate, the speaker system’s electronics are factory tuned to provide what is characterized as clear and natural sound. The bi-amplified unit offers a 50-watt woofer plus a 20-watt tweeter mounted on an advanced professional horn design and generates an SPL of 118dB. The speaker has a frequency range of 75Hz – 18kHz with a directivity of 90 degrees (H) by 40 degrees (V) (above 2.5kHz).

There are four inputs, each with level control, including two universal option slots that may be outfitted with two Sennheiser G2 wireless diversity microphone receivers or a built-in, anti-shock CD/MP3 player, plus connectors for a wired, dynamic mic input and an auxiliary line level input for an external playback source. A pair of RCA connectors is also provided for recording outputs. High, mid and low tone controls are included together with an output level control.

The PAS 100 may be powered by AC or built-in rechargeable batteries, which offer up to eight hours of use. Battery power can be easily monitored via the integrated bargraph indicator.

The PAS 100 is available now with an MSRP of $1,150.00.

KLEIN + HUMMEL
Klein + Hummel is a Sennheiser Group company. For over 60 years, Klein + Hummel has been revered in the professional audio industry for its advances in sound reinforcement combined with unparalleled quality and innovative solutions. Klein + Hummel products are distributed exclusively in the United States, Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean by Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, located in Old Lyme, Connecticut.

The Sennheiser Group is also proudly affiliated with Neumann (Technical Grammy(r) award-winner) and the joint venture Sennheiser Communications (technologically advanced headsets for PCs, offices and call centers).

www.sennheiserusa.com
www.klein-hummel.com

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