The Unite digital wireless communication system is the centrepiece of beyerdynamic’s stand at ISE.
Unite is a communication system designed for a wide range of applications – from guided tours with tour guides, through voice transmission for speeches, to interpreter applications. It can also be used for silent PA, to provide support for people with reduced hearing or vision, or as a wireless intercom system. With its large operating range and long battery life, beyerdynamic claims that Unite provides flawless performance even in demanding circumstances.
The four-channel access point Unite AP4 means Unite can be used in places where a fixed installation is needed. The analogue inputs and outputs are in Phoenix format. Unite AP4 also has a digital Dante interface that can provide power to the access point. Up to eight Unite AP4 access points can be synchronised for large systems, meaning up to 32 audio channels are available.
The Unite system uses a digital audio processor to optimise speech intelligibility. The frequency response is adjusted so that speech transmission is always clear and intelligible, while a noise-cancelling function removes background noise, further enhancing speech intelligibility.