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beyerdynamic to Feature Unite Wireless Communication System at InfoComm 2019

Company has a goal to “Unite the People” with Unite wireless communication system with assisted listening digital presentation and more.

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beyerdynamic to Feature Unite Wireless Communication System at InfoComm 2019

beyerdynamic recently announced the launch of the Unite wireless communication system, a modern tour guide, interpretation, assisted listening and digital presentation product.

The Unite wireless communication system and all of its components will be the centerpiece of the company’s InfoComm 2019 booth [5768] June 12-14 in Orlando.

“Unite is a modern communication system conceived for the widest range of applications” according to the beyerdynamic announcement. “From tour guides, through voice transmission for speeches to interpreter applications, Unite offers a convenient, complete wireless solution.

“The silent public address provides support for people with reduced hearing or vision, in addition to creating a wireless intercom system. By incorporating a large operating range and long battery life, the Unite boasts flawless performance,” the press release says.

“As a system, Unite provides components that allows users to create their own unique solution,” said Alan Feckanin, director of Americas for beyerdynamic, in the company announcement.

“Unite was designed to create a versatile solution for an extensive list of applications, meanwhile, enhancing user experience. Throughout the coming years, we will build upon Unite by adding components that continue to expand the applications,” he said.

New Unite Wireless Communication System Features

Debuting at InfoComm 2019, the Unite AP4 expansion component via access point “creates the ultimate solution for fixed installation applications,” according to the company press release.

With AP4, users can rely on Unite in applications where a fixed installation is required. Featuring Dante-functionality and Phoenix inputs and outputs, Unite is compatible with a wide range of applications. Up to eight access points can be synchronized for large systems, enabling up to 32 audio channels are available.

Unite’s talkback function inputs speech from a receiver module into the system and transmission. Users can access all receivers, or just the main device.

Up to three people can speak at once with the main device controlling the active microphones. A request function enables the sequencing of spoken contributions during a discussion, allowing all participants to interact.

The Unite system uses a digital audio processor to optimize speech intelligibility. The frequency response is adjusted so that speech transmission is clear and intelligible. A noise-cancelling function removes background noise and setup is simple.

Unite includes intelligent frequency management to manage up to 32 simultaneously usable groups. The use of the DECT standard means no system authorization is required and no license fees.

The Unite wireless communication system is tap-proof due to AES 256-bit encryption and can be adapted to individual requirements through a large range of components.

From handheld transmitters to neck worn microphones and headsets using a belt pack transmitter, Unite provides a variety of options for speakers.

Headphones, single-ear headphones or an induction neck loop for listeners with hearing aids or cochlear implants ensure every participant gets the same experience. Music or pre-produced contributions can be integrated via analog, USB or Bluetooth connections.