The Executive Elite comes in 2-, 4-, or 8-channel models and may be used with any combination of 4-8 tabletop, wearable, and gooseneck microphones. The system is respected for its classy boardroom-friendly looks and its scalable distributed architecture. Executive Elite separates the remote antenna receiver unit from the base DSP unit. The remote antenna receiver and base DSP units are connected via a standard CAT5e or CAT6 cable supporting PoE and simplifying distributed or in-room installations. When ceiling or wall mounted, the remote antenna receiver can be in the same room as the wireless microphones regardless of where the receiver base DSP unit is located. Revolabs synchronization technology enables receivers in relative proximity to one another to synchronize, thus allowing deployments of multiple Revolabs Executive Elite receivers to optimize the available audio channels–users can introduce 44 or more microphones in one area.
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