The PSC RF SIX PACK is a UHF Diversity broadband (470-870 MHz) splitter with 3 standard Ikigami or Panasonic slots, each receiving a single-channel RF receiver (the Sennheiser EK 3241 is not compatible because of its antenna connectors) or two-channel as the Wisycom MCR42, or even Lectrosonics SRb, provided that the antenna connectors are SMA.
Strongly looking as the Sound Devices SL-6, it differs significantly by the fact that audio connectivity is universal and accessible, while the SL-6 only works with Sound Devices 6 series on an integrated proprietary connector.
Two BNC connectors on the top connect to the active directional antennas supplied with the splitter such as the Betso Sharkie or the Lectrosonics ALP650.
On the right side are six male TA3 connectors for audio signals from the receivers, two SMA connectors for antenna signal recovery, and a 4-point Hirose for powering the unit. Used with Wisycom MCR42 with the modified base, both their analog and digital signal can be used on the male TA3.
On the underside of the splitter is a multi-pin DB-37M connector that doubles the 6 TA3M and the 4-point Hirose.
Compact, lightweight and low power consuming, the PSC RF SIX PACK splitter is ideal for news, documentary and even fictional configurations.