The recently-launched System 10 PRO makes its European debut at ISE 2015
The Netherlands - The recently-launched System 10 PRO wireless system from Audio-Technica has been confirmed as the centrepiece of the company's showing at ISE 2015, with the new system receiving its European debut at the show. Also of key importance will be Audio-Technica's Dante-equipped network audio line-up - the ATND971 condenser boundary microphone and ATND8677 microphone desk stand.

Suitable for fixed-installations, House-of-Worship and education applications, the new rackmount-able System 10 PRO's half rack chassis can house one or two receiver units. These can be operated either within the chassis or removed, mounted remotely and connected via Ethernet cable - the design offers real flexibility in terms of installation and use, without the expense of adding an antenna distributor and corresponding cables.

Receivers can be placed up to 300ft away - even in separate rooms - and up to five chassis can be linked with an RJ12 cable (included with each system) to build a stable multichannel system. Linking creates a system in which receiver units work together, with all receiving, transmitting and frequency allocation co-ordinated to prevent audio dropouts and enable simultaneous use of up to 10 channels.

Operating in the 2.4GHz range, System 10 PRO offers three levels of diversity assurance: frequency, time and space to ensure reliable delivery of its clear, natural sound quality. And the system requires no technical knowledge or training to use, thanks to its automatic assignment and changing of frequencies as required, making for simple plug-and-play operation.

The first wired microphone that transmits audio and control data together over Audinate's Dante network protocol, Audio-Technica's ATND971 boundary microphone is a good fit for boardrooms and other meeting spaces. Bridging the gap between audio and IT, the mic's simple Ethernet connection allows it to communicate across an existing network of Dante-enabled devices and - with the microphone's programmable user switch - control such things as video camera movement, room lighting presets etc at the push of a button.

Reflecting Audio-Technica's commitment to the network audio market, the ATND8677 microphone desk stand delivers previously unavailable simplicity in adding gooseneck microphones to Dante audio networks.

Also on display at ISE 2015 will be a selection of key fixed installation microphone models from Audio-Technica's Engineered Sound, Unipoint and Propoint ranges. Now allowing installers and their customers additional peace of mind, all new Engineered Sound products purchased from an authorised Audio-Technica reseller are warranted for five years to be free of defects in materials and workmanship.

Finally, Audio-Technica's ATCS-60 digital infrared conference system will be on the company's booth at ISE, allowing visitors to experience the highly flexible system, popular for its security and modular design which allows voting modules and range-boosting transmitters etc to be added as necessary. Audio-Technica is exhibiting on stand C-130 in Hall 3 at ISE 2015.

(Jim Evans)

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