Your Set In Sync
Traditional FM wireless audio can be hacked into and listened to by any commercially available scanner.
Timecode is a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular intervals and is used for synchronization, logging and identifying record material in film, video and audio production.
ZaxNet is a wireless network that runs on a user selectable 2.4 GHz RF signal. ZaxNet is used for the distribution of timecode, IFB audio and metadata. That same ZaxNet signal is also used to control Zaxcom digital wireless transmitters.
The ERX3TCD features an OLED display, locking headphone connector a practically unbreakable rubber volume knob. It receives high quality encrypted digital audio and timecode from any ZaxNet source. The OLED display shows timecode, user bits, current scene and take metadata in real time with a hold button to freeze the display.
An adjustable delay can be set to match audio to monitors with various video lag due to video signal processing.
Mounted on a camera or slate the ERX3TCD can provide frame accurate timecode with no drift since it is constantly receiving and updating its timecode from the source.
There is also a 1kHz notch filter to eliminate the transmission of tone that is sometimes sent from the mixing console. The notch filter frequency is adjustable and using it won’t affect the quality of your IFB audio.
ZAXNET AUDIO & TIMECODE RECEIVER
Monitor high quality audio anywhere on set or mount your ERX on a camera to feed an audio scratch track.
Mount on a camera or digital slate to jam frame accurate timecode wirelessly. The ERX will constantly re-jam time code from any ZaxNet transmitter so you will never experience any drift.
Grumpy director at Video Village? No problem... with an ERX you can delay the audio up to 12 frames to match their picture.