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beyerdynamic Upgrades MCW-D 200 Conferencing SystemWireless, digitally-encrypted unit ideal for conference and board room situations (March 17, 2005)
beyerdynamic, a leading manufacturer of exceptional microphones, headphones and business communication systems, will introduce an upgraded version of the popular MCW-D 200, at NSCA 2005 (Booth #0713). The MCW-D 200 wireless conferencing system can now be used with an unlimited number of wireless microphones stations, and offer the ability to operate in any protocol mode required including push to talk, On/Off, Request to speak or its newest feature, AutoVox.
“With the capability of having up to four microphone units switched on simultaneously, (seven upon request) and full duplex operation, the MCW-D 200 is perfect for board room situations where organized and productive teleconferencing are paramount requirements,” says Bob Lowig, beyerdynamic Regional Sales Manager. “Coupled with the Digital Sequencing Spread Spectrum technology for interference free operation and digital encryption to prevent eves dropping, we believe that this system will have an important impact on the “Conference and Presentation” industry.”
The MCW-D 200 digital control unit allows individual microphones to be activated via optional Control software that operates on a PC platform. Operating modes can be selected for each individual microphone or any group allowing departmental protocol. In the manual mode, a Request- to- Speak feature allows the chairman to see participants who have requested to speak and select a microphone to turn on by the click of an icon. In addition, there is an automatic voice mode, in which the microphone is switched on automatically when someone speaks into it.
The unit features wireless transmission in the worldwide-approved frequency range of 2.4 GHz, and it offers digitally encoded audio signals, which prevent unauthorized listening. The diverse technology used in this remarkable system ensures high transmission safety.
The MCW-D 200 has an “Individual In/out” board, which makes it possible to transmit and receive signals from individually activated microphone units or to transmit up to eight audio signals. The unit can be used for transmitting a maximum of seven foreign language channels, from an interpolation system, selectable at each microphone station.
beyerdynamic, with headquarters in Heilbronn, Germany, and distributed in the USA by beyerdynamic Inc., has been an industry leader in the design and manufacture of premium-grade microphones, headphones and microphone systems since 1924. With its commitment to continuous research and innovative developments for the audio industry, beyerdynamic features a continuing wide range of the latest technologies and high quality standard products including microphones, headphones, wireless systems, conference systems, sound reinforcement components and accessories.
For more information, visit the beyerdynamic website at www.beyerdynamic-usa.com, or call 631-293-3200.
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