CMic

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CMic is the latest product from the DigiMic family developed by German producer Braehler.

CMic is the latest product from the DigiMic family developed by German producer Braehler. The layout offers a textured surface for ease of operation and intuitive use of the product, so that delegates can concentrate on the spoken word rather than the technology. The wire bound digital plug and play delegate unit comes in a flat housing with a clear and functional design. Two monitor speakers are mounted on top of the delegate unit, where the microphone and the microphone key are centrally located, together with a conical recess around the microphone button. The centre of the activation button visibly turns red when activated, while the headphone jack and volume control are attached laterally.

The chairman and delegate units of CMic can be connected to the central DCen either on their own or in mixed operation with the DMic wireless / wired delegates units, when used for wireless operation in conjunction with DDoc and DSpark. Having first been developed three decades ago, the digital system has been further developed in that time as a stand-alone system with wired or wireless components. The system can be controlled in combination with the conference software MicControl. The corresponding TMD/01 microphone features an integrated windscreen and is insensitive to interferences from mobile phones, Bluetooth and WLAN. A customised shock mount version of the TMD/01 s also available, which can reduce the noise from vibrations that may occur directly or in the vicinity of the microphone.

Working in frequency bands II and IV, the IRX4 is a new four channel Infracom receiver incorporating many features from the established 12-channel IRX12 and 32-channel receiver IRX32 models. Frequency band IV has been added, as band II is impaired partly by electronic light controls within the lower channel range in conference room environments. The shift mode in band II has been extended so that all four receiving channels may be shifted to band II within the existing 32 channels. An LKC50 interface with control software is available providing a capacity for 50 to be recharged, although individual receivers can be recharged manually. In the band IV frequency range (2 – 6MHz) the shift mode isn’t required as interference from lighting is no longer perceptible.

 

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