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IBC Sneak Peek: Digigram Iqoya Talk Simplifies Remotes

Allows up to four journalists and guests to carry out quality broadcasts in the field

Digigram will showcase the Iqoya Talk portable codec at IBC2019.

Built for live remote-broadcast operations, the company says that “by carefully understanding the needs of the users, it has come up with a powerful solution.”

With three mic-line inputs and four headphone outputs that can be individually mixed, Iqoya Talk allows up to four journalists and guests to perform a studio-quality on-field reportage.

Designed like a smartphone, the codec’s commands are accessible through the 5-inch LCD touchscreen with a rotary-knob in the middle for quick access to all relevant on-field settings.

Users can configure the Iqoya Talk with predefined scenarios in the studio, and then stream audio content through a large number of wired or wireless “last-mile” connections.

Iqoya Talk is suitable for sports commentary, music festivals and small and large outside broadcasts. It features two independent and hot-swappable Li-ion batteries and, according to the company, can be used for up to 12 hours without interruption.

IBC Stand: 8.C51

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