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