Sennheiser Launches SpeechLine Multi-Channel Receiver
- Industry News & Latest Trends
- 12 Feb, 2020
Sennheiser is launching the SpeechLine Multi-Channel Receiver. The IT-friendly receiver will be available from Q2 2020 as a two-channel or four-channel version. The new multichannel microphone receiver for Sennheiser’s SpeechLine Digital Wireless series uses the license-free 1.9 GHz technology and can be centrally software controlled through Sennheiser Control Cockpit.
The RF-based SpeechLine Digital Wireless devices accommodate up to four receiving channels and an auto-mixer, and only one cable is required for PoE, control data and the Dante stream for which redundant sockets are provided. A three-pin terminal connector is available for infrastructures that need an analog output. The multichannel receiver complies with common network security standards.
The SpeechLine Multi-Channel Receiver can be wall- or ceiling-mounted using the included wall-mount adapter. For a quick on-site check, the receiver features status LEDs for the audio channels; otherwise, it is configured and controlled via the convenient Sennheiser Control Cockpit software or Sennheiser’s open SSC protocol for third-party solutions.
For lecturers and speakers, SpeechLine offers a choice of wireless handheld, headset, lavalier or even boundary and table microphones, ensuring that users can feel at ease with their favorite type of microphone.
Sennheiser Control Cockpit has been designed to make the daily routines and workflows associated with the use of wireless microphones in corporate and campus settings far easier. The software allows centralized remote control, monitoring and maintenance of campus and company-wide audio installations from anywhere in a network.
With SpeechLine Digital Wireless, an infinite number of microphone links can be implemented at a university or a corporate campus. This is made possible by the system’s multi-room mode, which allows to select the transmission power in accordance with the room size, ensuring optimum audio transmission everywhere on campus.