Sennheiser EW 300-2 IEM G3 - A Band, 516-558 MHz

Complete Evolution Wireless In-ear Monitoring Solution with one SR 300 G3 Rackmountable Transmitter, One GA 3 rack-mount kit, Two EK 300 IEM G3 Bodypack Receivers, and Two Sets of IE 4 Ear-canal Earbuds - A Band (516-558MHz)
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Wireless Monitoring Freedom at a Liberating Price!

NOTE: Due to the personal nature of earbuds, they are not returnable.

When you plug into an Evolution Wireless in-ear monitoring system, you instantly receive the clearest kind of monitoring solution in live sound. Here's an amazing deal on a Sennheiser in-ear monitoring package. When you purchase a complete Evolution Wireless 300 G3 series wireless in-ear monitoring system, you get an additional EK 300 IEM bodypack receiver and an IE 4 ear-canal phone set of ear buds. That means you get one of Sennheiser's SR 300 rackmountable transmitters along with a rack-mounting kit and two complete Evolution Wireless receiver systems all for an ultra-affordable price.

Going wireless means you don't just get to say good bye to those troublesome stage monitor wedges, but you're also one step closer to freeing yourself completely from cables altogether! If you've already switched to wireless microphones, then it's definitely time to go totally wireless. Either way, this is one chance you don't want to miss out on! Clear up the stage and start hearing yourself like you've never been able to before with the awesome Sennheiser Evolution Wireless in-ear monitoring bundle, but don't wait too long, this deal won't last!

Clear up the stage and start hearing yourself like you've never been able to before with the awesome Sennheiser Evolution Wireless in-ear monitoring bundle, but don't wait too long, this deal won't last!

Sennheiser Evolution Wireless 300 G3 Complete Wireless In-ear Monitoring System Features:
  • One SR 300 G3 rackmountable transmitter
  • One GA 3 rack-mount kit
  • One EK 300 IEM G3 bodypack receiver
  • One IE 4 ear-canal phone
  • And for a limited time, one additional EK 300 IEM G3 bodypack with IE4 earbuds
  • Total freedom from on stage monitors!
Don't miss this incredible Sennheiser Evolution Wireless In-Ear Monitor deal!

Additional Media

ew 300 IEM G3 Spec Sheet
ew 300 IEM G3 User Manual
Live Sound Monitor Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Frequency Range 516MHz-558MHz
Stereo/Mono Stereo
Included Transmitter SR 300 G3
Included Receiver 2 x EK 300 G3
Included Earphones 2 x IE 4
Number of Frequencies 1680
Transmitter Inputs 2 x XLR/Combo Jack
Transmitter Outputs 1 x 1/4" (Headphone)
Receiver Output Jack 1 x 1/8"
Receiver Power 2 x AA Batteries
Earphone Type Bud
Earphone Freq Response 40Hz-20kHz
Earphone Cable Length 4.6'
Height 1.69"
Depth 7.96"
Width 8.35"
Weight 1.99 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 504278

Customer Reviews

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Can you hear me now? Why YES!

I've traditionally used floor wedges during live performances for the last 35 years of my music career... Only a few times have I used headphones with Aviom type (wired) mixers.However, as our band is trying to reduce setup time and cut down our stage level while protecting our hearing, I began researching the options for in-ears. My first concern was whether or not it was going to work for me, a bass player who wants to hear the full range of sound, including my low b string and the bass drum, all the way up to the highest frequencies. That turns out to have very little to do with the wireless system and everything to do with the actual in-ear monitor you use.... So I turned my focus on first getting us wireless and checked out every Wireless in-ear system I could find specs on.The Sennheiser EW 300 system stuck out for a multitude of reasons..1. It came HIGHLY recommended by audio pros I know.2. It is available in the 2 receiver kit with the rack mounting system.3. The reviews are stellar.4. I had no trouble finding out anything I wanted to know - white sheets, specs, all readily available.5. Easy to have multiple system interconnected - quick setup.6. Matching wireless mics are available to complete a full wireless setup in the future.Bonuses include:Sweetwaterc carries them and has the 3 easy payment plan and I could get them quickly, in time for a show (in stock and available in 2 days) Once they came in, setup was quick, I had the rack unit assembled and secured in 10-15 minutes.I set the frequency, and even named the body packs (shows the user name in the LCD display) in that time.You'll notice these are very well made products. They are not budget systems, don't feel cheap, and the receivers could likely take a drop, though I don't want to find out.The rack mount components are super....I had tried a wired system with a headphone preamp, so I knew what to expect sound wise, but was actually surprised. There was less hiss than the wired system, almost none.The volume level is great, right up there with the rolls preamp.In use, the battery life is fine. We play a lot of bar/club shows, where we can generally get a full 4 hour show and and a 2 hour rehearsal out of a set of AA batteries (we have not gone rechargeable yet).We purchased a second EW 300-2 shortly after the first to get all 4 of our front line musicians on in-ears.We run the receivers in mono, so each transmitter gets two input channels, and each receiver is panned hard L or R for their mix. Two transmitters - 4 receivers - 4 individual mono mixes.To give us individual mixes, we are using the Mackie DL-32R rack mount mixer (also from Sweetwater), to provide us these 4 mixes which we can adjust using iPhone, iPod or iPads - no more telling the sound guy to turn something up for one player.There are limiters on these systems to help protect our hearing should something go horribly wrong.This has been one of the best recent purchases and decisions I have made! NO REGRETS HERE.My new quest is to save money for the custom molded, in-ear monitors (the ear bud part). That will make the experience even better.

Always a good purchase

This is our third purchase of this model (plus an Antenna Combiner) to go with our EW500 Wireless Instrument units. We have never encountered a situation where we could not find a clear frequency (including arenas during NBA televised games, Festivals and Conventions, all using hundreds of wireless systems) with the Sennheiser units.We especially like the functionality that allows all the units to be connected by ethernet (without a computer or router, just a switch or hub) so one unit can scan for open frequencies and pass the information to the other units for selection. We can scan and program a whole rack of units in under 60 seconds right from the controls on the front of a single unit.The Sennheiser PC/Mac software allows full control of the units from a computer (using ethernet or wi-fi-must connect WL units to a wi-fi base-station) including scanning and programming frequencies, scanning signal strength over a pre-determined amount of time and saving configurations for recall when switching venues or bands in a festival situation.The RF Signal Strength scanning is especially useful as one person can start recording the RF strength an walk the stage or venue with a transmitter. When complete, the display (on the computer) will show the strength over time so you can see if there were any dropouts or areas where performers should avoid...or move the antennas and try again until you get satisfactory results.We really like our Sennheisers and prefer them over the Shure systems we have rented or been provided in the past. The belt packs are very durable and metal cased. Battery life is great as well and several times longer then our 2-3 hour shows.
Music background: Technical Director for Violectric / Fretless Rock

Reliable and rock solid

We have three of the with an antenna combiner. That is a total of 6 IEM mono feeds or 3 stereo. Our group consists of 2 violins, viola, cello, upright bass, keys and drums...all electrified and the strings are wireless. We perform classic & modern rock as a full-on rock band, not classical at all. We have reduced setup time and the weight of our equipment by getting rid of 6 stage wedges. The stage volume is also very low now and doesn't interfere with the FOH mix.I have rack mounted all of our Sennheiser Wireless units (4 Instrument receivers and 3 IEM transmitters, plus antenna combiners and power conditioner) and networked them in the rack case. This adds functionality I don't see mentioned in the descriptions that makes setup quick and easy. When you scan for available frequencies and select a band, all the networked units get the information over the network and give you the option to select a clear frequency channel with the push of a single button on each unit. You scan, select band, press select on each unit saving the controlling unit for last and then sync the packs. Saves the time of scanning on each unit or manually selecting them.The musicians love the IEMs but have complained about feeling isolated. I places a mic on a stand on each side of the stage and feed them into the IEM feeds only and this gives the open stage sound that the musicians like so they don't feel isolated.I highly recommend the Sennheiser EW300 IEMs and the EW500 Instrument receivers. They work well together and have been 100% reliable. When other bands have had trouble finding clear frequencies at a festival or convention, we have never had any issues. Our units are used for about 240 shows a year and have been rock solid.
Music background: Stage Tech (Audio/Lighting) for 25 years and Technical Director for touring Rock String group Violectric


I am very happy with this product. It is exactly what I was looking for. And Seetwater is definitely the best.

Get these for your Worship band!

These units are simply amazing. As a tech director at a church, I'm always looking to move the service forward. This one transmitter and two receivers can supply two monitor mixes. Albeit they are mono mixes, they still rock. Name the belt packs for identification and name the transmitter for identification. We run 5 transmitters and 10 belt packs with ease. Buy these now!
Music background: Live Sound Engineer, Technical Director
See also: Sennheiser, Sennheiser In-Ear Monitor Systems