Sennheiser is launching the SpeechLine multi-channel wireless microphone receiver, designed to be IT-friendly and available in 2- and 4-channel versions, at the ISE 2020 show in Amsterdam.
“The SpeechLine multicChannel receiver is part of Sennheiser’s wide offering for higher education facilities and corporations. It adds a compact, IT-friendly receiver with maximum connectivity and easy control to the SpeechLine Digital Wireless series,” explains Michael Altemark, portfolio manager at Sennheiser. “The receiver ensures perfect IT integration, ease of use and seamless workflows.”
The new multi-channel receiver for the company’s SpeechLine Digital Wireless series operates in the license-free 1.9 GHz band and can be centrally software controlled through Sennheiser Control Cockpit. It accommodates up to four receiving channels and an auto-mixer with no additional antenna needed, and only one cable required for PoE, control data and the Dante stream, for which redundant sockets are provided. A 3-pin terminal connector is available for infrastructures that need an analog output.
The receiver is stated to comply with common network security standards, and it employs 256-bit AES encryption designed to ensure data integrity. It can be wall- or ceiling-mounted using the included wall-mount adapter. For a quick on-site check, the receiver has status LEDs for the audio channels, otherwise it is configured and controlled via Control Cockpit software or Sennheiser’s open SSC protocol for third-party solutions. It comes with a choice of handheld, headset, lavalier, boundary and table transmitters.
Besides SpeechLine Digital Wireless, the software also supports evolution wireless G3 and G4 as well as the TeamConnect Ceiling 2 microphone. An infinite number of microphone links can be implemented via the system’s multi-room mode, which allows users to select the transmission power in accordance with the room size.