New from Sennheiser, the SpeechLine digital wireless multichannel receiver is described as ‘IT-friendly’ and is available in a two-channel or four-channel version.
Michael Altemark, portfolio manager at Sennheiser, said, “The SpeechLine receiver is part of Sennheiser’s wide offering for higher education facilities and corporations.
It adds a compact, IT-friendly receiver with maximum connectivity and easy control to the SpeechLine Digital Wireless series.”
Offering the same RF performance as all SpeechLine Digital Wireless devices, the new multichannel receiver accommodates up to four receiving channels and an auto-mixer, says the company. No additional antenna is needed, and only one cable is required for PoE, control data and the Dante stream for which redundant sockets are provided. A 3-pin terminal connector is available for infrastructures that need an analogue output. The multi-channel receiver complies with common network security standards.
Remote checking of the operating status of each microphone at a facility is possible, as device software allows IT staff to filter for situations such as low batteries, or to activate push messages to mobile devices. An ‘infinite number’ of microphone links can be implemented at a campus, claims Sennheiser. This is made possible by the system’s multi-room mode, which allows a user to select the transmission power in accordance with room size, ensuring optimum audio transmission. It works in the license-free 1.9GHz range, and features both auto-frequency management and auto-interference management.