Audio-Technica will again provide wireless systems for the conference and auditorium venues at IBC 2013, which gets underway in Amsterdam on September 12th.
A supporter of the IBC conference for several years, Audio-Technica is set to strengthen its involvement with the event further this time, where it will supply more wireless product and expertise than ever before.
As well as being responsible for frequency planning and co-ordinating the whole conference, Audio-Technica is set to equip the IBC auditorium with 12 channels of wireless and mics from its Artist Elite series. Wired microphones, such as the BP892 and BP893 headsets, and gooseneck models from the Engineered Sound range, will complement the venue's wireless set-up.
The conference room will feature Audio-Technica’s new System 10 wireless system, with a total of eight 2.4GHz systems providing coverage.
“Big conferences generally mean big, expensive wireless systems, but this year we’re pleased to be able to offer the well-priced System 10 as a solution for the IBC conference room," said Alex Lepges, Audio-Technica’s wireless product manager (pictured). "It has the ability to combat interference by actively changing frequencies and using three levels of diversity – of key importance at an event like IBC, which is very demanding in terms of the radio frequency pollution throughout the venue.”Article continues below
Terry Nelson, IBC Technical Resources – Audio & Acoustics, added: “We’re very pleased to have Audio-Technica’s support again for IBC 2013. The wireless products we use for the event always perform extremely well and are easy to use - and Audio-Technica’s technical back-up is excellent. The friendly, efficient service we always receive means I’m delighted the company continues its involvement with IBC this year.”
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