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Jun 18

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Las Vegas, NV RTS is pleased to show BP-319, BP-325 and BP-351 BLK "The Black Edition" two-wire beltpacks at InfoComm 2008. The new BLK Edition black beltpacks are perfectly suited for discrete operations such as broadcast and theaters that still require top-notch communication.

The BP-319, BP-325 and BP-351 are portable user stations for use with RTS two-wire intercom systems. The BP-325 is a binaural (stereo) programmable two-channel beltpack with program audio-in capability. The BP-319 is a microprocessor controlled one-channel intercom where the BP-351 is a microprocessor controlled two-channel select intercom beltpack. The BP-319 and BP-351 have 4 or 5 pin XLR connections for headset operation equipped with either dynamic or electret microphone boom.

Utilizing the latest in space age materials, RTS beltpacks are mechanically engineered to be brutally rugged and dependable. Unique audio circuitry is perfect for either high- or low-noise environments while maintaining maximum voice intelligibility.

New Feature

Auto-Sensing Functions

A newly added feature to BP-319 and BP-351 BLK Edition two-wire beltpacks is the Auto-Sensing Headset Connector. The BP-319 and BP-351 have a built-in auto-sensing headset connector that will determine automatically whether a headset with dynamic or electret mic is connected to the system, and will power an electret mic automatically.

Other Key Features

Call Function

Call function that allows the user to send or receive call signals to other devices on the intercom channel, including audible call alert on the listen side.

Mic Kill Function

Microprocessor controlled microphone kill will allow a beltpack user to shut down the microphone of a remote beltpack. This could be necessary in case the user left his position and kept the headset mic open, which might create background noise which will be eliminated.

Headset

Headset 4 or 5-pin XLR connection is available. The BP-325 has both standard.

For more information, visit the RTS Two-Wire Intercom website: www.rtstw.com

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