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QSC Announces The New TSC-7t PoE Tabletop Touchscreen

QSC bolsters its offerings for the corporate AV market with a new PoE tabletop touchscreen, featuring Bluetooth and Micro USB On-The-Go (OTG) connections.

QSC announces the release of the new TSC-7t PoE Tabletop Touchscreen.

The TSC-7t Tabletop Touchscreen can be used on any Q-SYS networked audio solution, including the new Core 110f.

The TSC-7t functions as an elegant telephone dialer and can additionally be used to control a myriad of third-party devices prevalent in boardrooms and meeting rooms—via the Core (no additional control processor box required).

Additionally, the TSC-7t meets a common BYOD (bring your own device) audio need. When meeting participants run UC or web conferencing applications on their own devices, they can easily connect the 2-way audio from that device to the Q-SYS system using the Bluetooth and or Micro USB On-The-Go (OTG) connections on the TSC-7t.

“Today’s business professionals expect to use their personal devices as tools for collaboration and communication,” notes Joe Pham, QSC president and ceo. “The TSC-7t allows them to easily introduce their own devices to their meeting room’s networked audio. This functionality is just one example of how QSC is innovating solutions for the Corporate AV market.”

TSC-7t Tabletop Touchscreen features:

—7 in. (17.78 cm) wide screen, high-resolution PoE tabletop touchscreen for dialing and easy control of third-party devices.
—PoE powered or DC line input.
—Q-LAN audio capable with multiple concurrent connections bridging to USB and Bluetooth.
—Bluetooth and OTG Micro-USB connectors that allow audio from personal devices to connect to Q-SYS Core 110f or any of the Q-SYS Core Processor line.
—Available in black with included tabletop stand.

The TSC-7t PoE Tabletop Touchscreen is being demonstrated in Audio Demo Room 202A at InfoComm. 

To learn more about the breadth of QSC products, visit Booth 909 and at the 2015 InfoComm Show in Orlando, Florida.

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