Audio-Technica M2L

Wireless In-ear Monitoring System with Transmitter, Receiver, and In-ear Headphones - Band L
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Articulate In-ear Monitoring System from Audio-Technica!

The Audio-Technica M2R is an additional wireless receiver for the M2 in-ear wireless system. Using the M2 system, you and other musicians onstage can control the volume and mix of two separate receivers using the M2R stereo body-pack receiver, ensuring that you hear yourself accurately. Plus, the Audio-Technica M2R wireless in-ear bodypack receiver lets you hear yourself clearly at lower volumes, saving your eardrums, and providing the quality of monitoring you need to perform you best. Whether you need a backup, or just another bodypack for your M2 wireless system, expect great sound through your Audio-Technica M2R wireless in-ear receiver!

Audio-Technica M2R Wireless Bodypack Receiver at a Glance:
  • Personal Mix Control
  • Operates on Band L

Receiver for the M2M Wireless System
A part of Audio-Technica's M2 Wireless system, you'll enjoy Personal Mix control so you can dial in two independent signals on your M2R receiver. This way, you can dial in the right sound and blend you need to give your best performances.

Operates on Band M
Audio-Technica's M2 Wireless System comes in two varieties - Band M and Band L. This is the additional receiver for Band L, offering 100 user-selectable UHF frequencies between 575.000 to 608.000MHz. You can use any number of M2R Stereo Receivers on the same frequency with up to 10 complete M2 systems on stage simultaneously

Audio-Technica M2R Wireless Bodypack Receiver Features:
  • Operates on Band L - 575.000 to 608.000MHz
  • High-fidelity sound
  • 100 selectable UHF channels
  • Up to 10 simultaneous systems per frequency band
  • Three receiver modes: Personal Mix, stereo, and mono
  • Personal Mix Control
  • LED indicators provide easy-to-read level monitoring
  • XLR loop output (true pass-through)
  • Adjustable squelch eliminates annoying static
  • Pilot tone protects against RF interference
  • Limiter (defeatable)
  • Portable system is quick to load and set up
  • Reduces on-stage audio clutter
  • Auxiliary input
The Audio-Technica M2R is an additional receiver for your M2 wireless in-ear system!

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Tech Specs

Frequency Range 575MHz-608MHz
Stereo/Mono Stereo or Mono
Included Transmitter M2L
Included Receiver M2R
Included Earphones EP3
Number of Frequencies 100
Auto Frequency Scan Yes
Transmitter Inputs 1 x XLR, 1x 1/4"
Transmitter Outputs 1 x XLR, 1x 1/4"
Receiver Output Jack 1 x 1/8", XLR
Receiver Power 2 x AA
Earphone Type Earbuds
Earphone Freq Response 18Hz-18kHz
Earphone Cable Length 9.8"
Height 4.33"
Depth 0.98"
Width 2.76"
Weight 4.7 oz.
Manufacturer Part Number M2L

Customer Reviews

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No ear fatigue

I'm very happy with my purchase of the M2. The bassist, vocalist, and I now can hear ourselves beautifully, and we have become a tighter band. We don't have ear ringing after practice. Saving my hearing is worth the price of the unit. We are running the M2 in mix mode. I have set it up as the vocalists preferred mix (dry with her vocals very forward) and my preferred mix ( slightly wet with our vocals even and my guitar more pronounced.) our bassist has his belt pack set somewhere between the mixes. We wouldn't normally have to mic our drummer, but with a good seal in the ear, we needed it. We have an overhead, the snare and bass drum mic'ed. I didn't not like the included in ear monitors, but had planned on buying something better ( the vocalist and I went with Westone UM20s. The bassist is using my Shure SE215s. Both sets are better than the included headphones by a decent margin, with the Westones sounding clearer.) Originally, we were running one mono mix for everyone, which was fine, but once we started to do the blended mix, we really saw the benefit of the M2.


I sing with a southern gospel trio and we have always used wedges for monitors. We have a mono IEM, but that was not suitable for all members of the group. The Audio-Technica M2 is a stereo IEM. Two of us prefer the two sources in both ears, while the other one wants a true stereo, music left and voices right. The M2 has dip switches in the receiver to get the sound we all want. The receiver also has a volume control as well as pan control. I believe this was a good choice and did not break the bank either. The ear buds sound good as well. The sound is clear and we have not had any interference with other devices. My sales rep suggested the L band as regulations are restricting other choices.
Music background: Semi-pro performer/sound tech

Bang for the Buck

Your definitely paying for the reciever unit in this price. The ear buds are not worth squat!! They distort and you can't get enough volume out of them. Not to mention they are not comfortable and will not stay in without some foam manipulation work. If you purchase the unit, realize you will have to purchase what will cost you another chunk of change, more ear buds, perferably ones that can handle the preasure and fit more custom.
Music background: Vocalist
See also: In-ear systems, Audio-Technica, Audio-Technica In-Ear Monitor Systems