Professional voice communications provider Clear-Com, will be exhibiting the new Eclipse HX-Delta Digital Matrix System, the extended HelixNet Partyline Intercom System and the upgraded Tempest 2400 Wireless Intercom System at BVE.
Clear-Com regional sales manager for UK and Ireland Dan Muchmore, says: "BVE has been key to our success in the broadcast sector over the last three years and we see the show as one of the most important events in the show calendar."
The Eclipse HX-Delta digital matrix system is suitable for OB vehicles and flyaways, due to its small form factor and high density of ports. The matrix makes it possible for users to connect via dedicated CAT5, IP infrastructures (LAN, WAN and internet), and fibre networks.
The HelixNet Partyline (pictured) delivers multi-system linking capability over Ethernet and fibre, which allows a sophisticated and cost-effective digital party line intercom network for large stadiums or multi-campus venues.
Clear-Com states: "Tempest Digital Wireless Intercom is a perfect wireless device for single studios and hire companies, as it enables the deployment of comms without the requirement of frequency co-ordination and licenses." "2014 is shaping up to be a big year for innovation and we look forward to BVE kick-starting our activities," adds Muchmore.