Glensound Recce HD Glensound is taking advantage the latest improvement in phone call processing to promote its Recce HD broadcasters’ mobile phone.
The Recce HD (shown, top) uses the 7 kHz HD Voice spec to provide greatly improved voice quality. The Recce HD is a mixer combined into a small, portable, battery powered unit. Three announcers can connect making the Recce HD all that is needed for portable sport and news reporting remote unit for TV and radio. Glensound notes that T-Mobile is supporting HD Voice in its 3G network in the U.S.
Also new from Glensound is the GSnake 400M (shown, bottom), a 16-channel modular analog/digital audio snake. GSnake channels are paired and can be any combination of sends or returns, in both analog and AES. Configuration is by moving the modular cards around; no PC is required. The audio link is 48 kHz/24-bit digital, and can be via coax (1,640 feet or 500 meters) or Ethernet on Cat-5 (328 feet or 100 meters) or fiber.
Glensound GSnake 400M Glensound says the Solo is a simple announcer’s interface providing a switched microphone input with compressor/limiter and a headphone output from a single external input. It is easy to operate, giving the user independent control of the headphone level and the outgoing microphone on/off or on/cough.
The TopHAT M3 is a portable headphone mixer with multiple headphone outputs. Used for talent and camera monitoring in OB/remote environments, it has four inputs that feed two separate mixers. Each of the two mixers has three separate 6.35 mm headphone outputs. Includes a switched talkback mic input. It can be powered by battery or external DC.
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