10.14.2004 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Riedel Communications introduces two-channel audio belt pack


Riedel's C2 digital belt pack and headset stations are noise-free.

Riedel Communications unveiled its new C2 digital belt pack and headset station, a broadcast-quality two-channel unit, at IBC2004.

The station extends the range of panels for the Riedel’s Artist matrix intercom system. The units were successfully tested under real conditions at the Summer Olympics in Athens, where 1000 belt packs were used.

The unit provides a fully integrated solution for combined matrix and analog party-line style intercom setups. It is ergonomically designed and fully digital. The two-channel belt-pack includes popular features like daisy-chaining.

The belt packs are noise-free and hum-free and provide broadcast-quality audio. Controls and connectors are safely located in the rubber covers on both ends of the aluminum-based unit.

For more information, visit www.riedel.net.

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