Taiden Digital IR Wireless Microphone Discussion System

Media Vision USA has announced it will demonstrate for the first time the Taiden fully digital infrared wireless microphone discussion and voting systems. The Taiden HCS-5300 series, with its excellent quality and design, will be on display and demonstrated at the Media Vision USA booths during the InfoComm08 in Las Vegas.
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Taiden Digital IR Wireless Microphone Discussion System

May 27, 2008 12:00 PM

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Media Vision USA has announced it will demonstrate for the first time the Taiden fully digital Infrared wireless microphone discussion and voting systems. The Taiden HCS-5300 series, with its excellent quality and design, will be on display and demonstrated at the Media Vision USA booths during the InfoComm08 in Las Vegas.

The Taiden HCS-5300 fully digital infrared wireless conference system brings the latest in digital infrared technologies and networking techniques to the conference microphone. The Taiden HCS-5300 Series consists of the Conference Control Unit CCU, delegate units, digital IR transceiver units, and application software. HCS-5300 system guarantees privacy as the infrared frequencies will not pass through walls. The delegate units are powered by detachable, lithium battery packs that can be charged by the HCS-5300CHG. The software allows users to quickly set-up, display, and save information about each conference, and even in standalone mode, the HCS-5300 is competent for the management of various meetings via several basic conference management facilities.

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