The FCC has reallocated the 600 MHz frequency band (614 – 698 MHz) for wireless broadband use. With this reallocation, wireless microphone systems will eventually be prohibited from operating in the 600 MHz band.
If you’re currently operating a 600 MHz wireless system, you will need to transition to a new system at some point over the next couple of years—anytime from now until July 13, 2020, depending on where you are operating your wireless system. Due to the complexity of the reallocation and the number of parties involved, there is no way to accurately predict just how – or when – the changes will unfold. But there’s no need to panic. Unless your system is part of a mission critical application, Audio-Technica recommends following a use-it-til-you-lose-it path: Begin budgeting for a new system, get as much use as you can out of your current 600 MHz system, then make the switch once you encounter problems.
Trade In On Your Terms
Audio-Technica is offering a “Trade In On Your Terms” program to help you make the switch out of 600 MHz. For each 600 MHz wireless system you trade in (regardless of manufacturer) you’ll receive a rebate on an eligible Audio-Technica wireless system (See chart for eligible systems and trade values)
To give you the flexibility to budget and switch to a new system, they are running this trade-in program from August 15, 2017 through March 31, 2019.
How To Trade In Your 600 MHz System:
For more information on this program including complete terms and conditions, please check out Audio-Technica's brochure HERE.
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