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Sennheiser SpeechLive Multi-Channel Receiver comes to the ME

Sennheiser SpeechLive Multi-Channel Receiver comes to the ME

Sennheiser SpeechLive Multi-Channel Receiver comes to the ME

Middle East:

Sennheiser has launched its SpeechLine Multi-Channel Receiver for the Middle East market. The solution seeks to make the lives of small IT teams easier as higher education institutions and business start to resume regular operations.

“Wireless microphones are especially relevant at this time when there is need to maintain social distancing while ensuring speech intelligibility in setups such as conference rooms and lecture halls,” explained Mig Cardamone, director of sales and marketing at Sennheiser Middle East. “The SpeechLine Multi-Channel Receiver adds a compact, IT-friendly receiver with maximum connectivity and easy control to the SpeechLine Digital Wireless series. It ensures perfect IT integration, ease of use and seamless workflows.”

Mig Cardamone, director of sales and marketing at Sennheiser Middle East
Mig Cardamone, director of sales and marketing at Sennheiser Middle East

The system offers the same RF performance as all SpeechLine Digital Wireless devices, and accommodates up to four receiving channels and an auto-mixer – no additional antenna is needed and only one cable is required for PoE, control data and the Dante stream for which redundant sockets are provided. A 3-pin terminal connector is available for infrastructures that need an analogue output.

The SpeechLine Multi-Channel Receiver complies with common network security standards and can be wall- or ceiling-mounted using the included wall-mount adapter. For a quick on-site check, the receiver features status LEDs for the audio channels, otherwise it is configured and controlled via the convenient Sennheiser Control Cockpit software or via Sennheiser’s open SSC protocol for third-party solutions. The Control Cockpit software allows centralised remote control, monitoring and maintenance of campus- and company-wide audio installations from anywhere in a network.

For lecturers and speakers, SpeechLine offers a choice of wireless handheld, headset, lavaliere or even boundary and table microphones. It works in the license-free 1.9 GHz range and features both auto-frequency management and auto-interference management. It also uses advanced 256-bit AES encryption to ensure data integrity.



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