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Clear-Com develops lightweight wrap-around headset

Clear-Com develops lightweight wrap-around headset

Clear-Com develops lightweight wrap-around headset

As a result of increasingly stringent safety regulations, the CC-70 headset from Clear-Com is a lightweight wrap-around dual-ear headset that can be worn under a helmet, hard hat or personal protective equipment. The headset runs behind the neck and over the ears, finishing with the mic boom near the mouth, making it compatible with protective headwear. Audio is delivered through comfortable and flexible noise-attenuating, in-ear buds; users can either wear a single in-ear bud to listen to channel communications and still be aware of ambient conversation, or in louder environments users can wear both in-ear buds to concentrate fully on headset communication.

The CC-70’s dynamic range allows users to hear a full spectrum of audio, without the excessive noise and signal distortion that can lead to aural fatigue. Weighing just 2oz, the headset is comfortable to wear for long periods of time. In addition, since the headset wraps around the back of the neck, there is no interference with the user’s hair, which makes it an ideal solution for onscreen presenters in noisy environments. The CC-70 uses a four-pin female connector which can be used with a variety of Clear-Com devices, including FreeSpeak II, FreeSpeak Edge, HelixNet beltpacks and V-Series Iris panels.

With the development of an EHX version 12 software update, Clear-Com’s Eclipse HX digital matrix intercom now supports SMPTE ST2110-30 and AES67 interoperability. The all-IP intercom allows bidirectional communication for small or large collaborative work teams. The same update also allows the configuration and integration of FreeSpeak Edge 5GHz wireless beltpacks to further extend the existing FreeSpeak II 1.9GHz and 2.4GHz solutions within the same EHX managed system. The Eclipse HX system enables direct, point-to-point and one-to-many group and partyline audio/data signal distributions and connections. All systems intelligently trunk over redundant fibre or through trunks based on IP (Dante, AES67 and native), MADI and audio Cat-5, reportedly without compromising audio quality or performance. For very large systems, Eclipse HX v12 also includes a Cross Ring IP Bridge (CRIB), which is a new trunking scheme that links separate, distant Eclipse HX intelligent fibre rings over IP bridging trunks.

The US innovator has also developed comprehensive kits for the effective sanitisation of five of their most popular headset models: the CC-300, CC-400, CC-110, CC-220 and CC-26K. The new kits consist of replacement ear pads, replacement pop filters, sanitising wipes, ear sock covers and temple pads in a cloth headset kit bag. User replaceable items for each kit differ slightly based on the structure of the headset – single or dual ears – and the headset series.

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