|Clockaudio is launching the CW-200 dual channel wireless conferencing system at ISE 2012, Amsterdam, stand 11C66. The company is showing the new system along with its current range of microphone and microphone management solutions, for conferencing and AV.|
The CW-200 provides an affordable, easy to deploy and operate solution for elementary, occasional or portable conferencing applications. The system comprises two boundary microphone transmitter units and a dual channel UHF receiver (bandwidth 602 – 634MHz). Receiver and transmitter are operable over 32 selectable frequencies for each channel, and feature auto scan and lock to provide transmission on an available interference-free frequency. Adjustable ‘Noise-Lock’ squelch and RFI shielding technology negate environmental RF noise and signal interference.
The transmitter units are of die cast metal construction with non-slip silicon underpads which minimize vibration. Two half-cardioid electret capsules in each transmitter enable each unit to provide coverage for 2/3 delegates at the table. Infrared upload from the transmitters to the receiver sync power on/off and frequency selection settings made from the control and display mount on top of the transmitter units. The multi-function LCD displays on the transmitter unit enable monitoring of frequency selection and signal conditions, and controls on the receiver can be locked out. The receiver features both XLR balanced stereo outs and an unbalanced mixed ¼ inch jack output. A rack mounting kit for the receiver is included.
Clockaudio's Sales and Marketing Manager Rod Geary stated, “The CW-200 offers a highly cost effective and versatile solution for a part of the market we have not previously addressed, where there is occasional requirement for a conferencing system, but expenditure on or installation of a fixed system cannot be justified. We anticipate significant interest among the likes of SMEs, local authorities, the education and voluntary sectors, and AV hire companies. It’s sheer plug-in and go simplicity means it is perfect for small scale, portable user-operator applications.”