RF Venue announced its Distro9 HDR multi-zone antenna distribution system for wireless microphones.
RF Venue said the system connects up to nine channels of wireless mics in a 1RU unit. Two zones of antenna coverage are built-in. Any inputs can be cascaded to any outputs for up to 17 channels in 2RU. There is high dynamic range across VHF, T-Band and UHF.
The system can run off DC batteries for soundcart applications. It includes a robust internal power supply and is ETL listed in the U.S. and Canada. There is internal I/O for future expansion modules, including filtering and remote spectrum monitoring.
The device is currently in stock.
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