Microhire supplied all the audio visual equipment requirements for a Tour de Cure event at Sydney’s Doltone House.
The event was an opportunity for Microhire to try out their new Clear-Com Tempest wireless intercom system.
Tour de Cure is a cycling foundation committed to finding a cure for cancer. The foundation recently held their fourth annual ‘A Day of Inspiration…Secrets of Achievement’ event at Sydney’s Doltone House.
Speaking about their new Clear-Com Tempest wireless intercom system, Thomas Armati, general manager at Microhire says that the system offers flexibility as well as reliability and also seamlessly integrates with their existing wired intercom systems.
The Clear-Com Tempest wireless talkback system has an operating frequency that doesn’t interfere with any other wireless instruments that may also be present.
Key features of the new Clear-Com Tempest wireless intercom system:
- Four-audio channel, digital wireless system that operates license-free in the 2.4 GHZ band
- Tempest2400 RF scheme avoids the need for licensing and frequency coordination by utilising the 2.4 GHz FHSS in conjunction with TDMA technology
- Once registered to a base station, a beltpack needs no further configuration and roams freely within a single zone area
- System is ideal for live sports, breaking news, and high-coordination productions such as awards shows
Ashley Lewis, Technical Director at Microhire agrees that the Clear-Com Tempest wireless intercom system is a superior product offering ease of use and simple sync up capabilities.
Clear-Com Tempest wireless intercom systems are available from Jands , a leading Australian distributor of professional sound systems as well as lighting and staging equipment.