Audio Ltd. is a British manufacturer of wireless microphone systems. They’ve been working on their new DDX1010 digital receiver for a number of years, and announced it at NAB, for shipping in the fall. A unique aspect of their receiver is that it is truly two separate diversity receivers in the same chassis. In a sense, this means 4 signal paths. Practically, it means that you’re not limited to the same TV block of frequencies, the two receivers can be tuned at completely different ends of the available UHF spectrum. It’s also worth noting that it uses true digital transmission, with very little delay thanks to their own proprietary algorithm.
It’s a little thing, but I also like that the display can be flipped for different viewing orientations.