beyerdynamic at the Integrated Systems Europe in Amsterdam 2010
Integrated Systems Europe, Amsterdam
2.-4.2.2010 - Booth 1I89
beyerdynamic unveils wireless boundary microphone
The highlight from beyerdynamic at the ISE is the encrypted wireless boundary microphone from their Stegos product line. The main application for this encrypted system is speech transfer in video conferences. A single receiver can accommodate signals from up to four microphones. The system offers exceptional usability with a battery life of up to 14 hours; a programmable microphone button which can be used, for example, to mute all the microphones simultaneously; and the facility to monitor the system from a PC or touch screen. Using the wide variety of audio interfaces available, as well as the audio cables delivered with the product, the Stegos receiver can be connected securely and simply to all the most popular video conferencing systems from any of the major suppliers.
beyerdynamic expands its range of microphone units for MCS-Digital
The versatile range of microphone units for the MCS-Digital wired conferencing system is to be expanded further with brand new integrated units featuring Revoluto technology. These units can be concealed in the table and opened out as required. This is made possible by the patented Revoluto technology, which removes the need for gooseneck microphones. Featuring a high quality Nextel® dark-black coating, the units can be integrated aesthetically into desktops of varying materials. If required, the cover can be finished with a special veneer to match the table surface, allowing the technology to be integrated discreetly in any conference table.
There is also a range of newly-designed space-saving microphone units for use with MCS-Digital. These feature a practical folding gooseneck mechanism, which allows the microphone to be folded away and protected when it is not in use or is being transported. Both chairperson and delegate units are available in different versions. The basic version has a microphone button, while the more advanced come with a language selector, display and function buttons to facilitate voting. The new unit replaces the MCS-D 2073 and further expands the range of microphones available for use with the system.
Under table Microphone Unit for MCS 20 Conference System
The latest addition to the MCS 20 system is the MCS 263 unit for mounting under the table allowing flexible and discreet installations. It provides a 5-pin XLR connection for microphones and phantom power. The required button, loudspeaker and headphone are connected to the supplied Phoenix connections. Removable mounting clips allow mounting the unit under the table or in arm rests. The installation is even more unobtrusive when connecting the MPR 211 with Revoluto technology.
For more information: www.beyerdynamic.com/conference
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