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Riedel Bolero Intercom Celebrates First Anniversary With New Features & Standalone Operation

License-enabled application upgrade provides several enhancements along with standalone capabilities.

By PSW Staff April 9, 2018

The new Bolero Standalone Application supplies several upgrades for the Riedel Bolero wireless intercom.

At the 2018 NAB Show, Riedel is unveiling the Bolero Standalone Application for the Bolero wireless intercom, a license-enabled upgrade providing several enhancements along with standalone capabilities.

With the new application, antennas are daisy-chained to each other in a line or a redundant ring via a low-latency, synchronized TDM network. The approach is “plug-and-play” with no IP configuration needed.

A new external power supply can power up to five antennas, providing both power and data redundancies. A new, single-RU, half-width external interface box, with six analog 4-wires and three GPIOs, can be directly connected to any antenna and then patched into an existing intercom system. The system is configured via a web GUI internal to the antennas.

​​Other new capabilities provided by the Bolero update include individual rotary programming, Bluetooth headset support, and a beltpack QuickMute feature that allows users to easily set the volume of all channels to zero.

“The standalone version of Bolero is a perfect wireless intercom solution for rental houses, clients with smaller requirements where intercom needs can be met solely through the flexibility of Bolero, and clients who are already invested in other intercom solutions,” says Wolfgang Fritz, senior product manager, Riedel Communications. “With superior sound quality, outstanding RF performance, and simple interfacing, far more users will now be able to enjoy the benefits of Bolero.”

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