ASL Systems brings Clear-Com to University of Melbourne
AUSTRALIA: Working with local distributor Jands, ASL Systems recently supplied a Clear-Com Tempest2400 wireless intercom system to the University of Melbourne for its ‘The Open Stage’ theatre.
Mark Richardson, production coordinator at the university, described the Tempest2400 as the ‘ideal solution’ due to its ‘advanced RF circuitry’ and the way that it is ‘highly resistant’ to interference in crowded environments.
Public events and lectures are often filmed at the university, and Mr Richardson admitted that he uses the Clear-Com system more for these events than for the theatre itself. ‘Adding the wireless systems gives us a lot more flexibility,’ he explained. ‘The feature of having two wireless headsets is really good, the product is robust and we haven’t had any issues. It’s nice to have a wireless system that just works – it was up and running quickly with no hassle!’
Mr Richardson reported that ‘since its installation the Clear-Com intercoms have made a huge difference in communication for the students and staff.’