Audio Ltd.’s 1010 is a ruggedly built digital wireless microphone system featuring 100 MHz of switching bandwidth. Encased in a black anodized chassis machined from solid, high-grade aluminum, the TX1010 transmitter distinctively features rounded corners and recessed buttons. Up to 20 systems can be operated together in one TV channel thanks to a proprietary modulation system allowing high channel density. Features include an end-to-end delay of 2mS, crystal-clear OLED menu on both the transmitter and receiver with select-and-click displays for streamlined operation, and much more. Audio Ltd. offers a free downloadable app allowing main function via smart device.
Torus Power Isolation Transformers Deliver Optimal Power and Protection for Unparalleled Quality in AV Systems at ISE 2020
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D-Tools to Showcase Powerful New Capabilities to its Award-Winning System Integrator Software at Integrated Systems Europe
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Crystal Vision now shipping IP gateways that work with both ST 2022 and ST 2110
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PMC Appoints Travis Schuster To Its US Service Department
Schuster brings a wealth of practical knowledge and expertise to his new role as Service and Field Engineer.
High Efficiency, High Fidelity, and High SPLs: It’s All Danley Gear for Robert Morris University’s New UPMC Events Center
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA: Robert Morris University is a private institution tucked into the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that instructs close to 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Although a relative latecomer...