Clear-Com HME DX210 Wireless Intercom

Clear-Com introduced the HME DX210 at the 2011 NAB Show.
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Clear-Com HME DX210 Wireless Intercom

May 23, 2011 5:27 PM

Clear-Com introduced the HME DX210 at the 2011 NA B Show. The HME DX210 is a 2-channel intercom system with a wired intercom interface that is compatible with Clear-Com’s or RTS’ two-wire systems, and it provides two separate two-wire and four-wire interconnections. The 1RU base station supports up to 16 full-duplex and 44 half-duplex beltpacks and/or wireless headsets by linking four base stations. One of the features in the HME DX210 is a digital autonulling circuit, which allows users to eliminate the return audio of the wired two-wire intercom automatically. Price: NA

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