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The search for Talent leads to AEQ

The search for Talent leads to AEQ
Talent

The search for Talent leads to AEQ

Designed to offer consistent microphone and headphone connectivity for the programme host or guests regardless of location, AEQ has created Talent. The unit transmits Opus encoded audio from a microphone to the studio console and returns the feedback to the headphones.

In addition, an external stereo audio source can be connected physically and through a high-quality Bluetooth connection. These sources are added to the microphone signal for broadcasting and commenting on concerts, sports or other events, in addition to presenting individual audio files or playlists from a phone or PC. If a Bluetooth connection is established with a phone, this can be used to carry out a phone interview, either through a conventional call, or through applications such as Skype, WhatsApp, Zoom and others. Calls can be mixed to the programme that is sent to the station. The audio is transmitted to the station from a standard internet connection, ADSL, fibre or a wireless data connection via a router with a SIM card. Without IP, an HD voice connection to the studio can be transmitted using the Bluetooth connectivity of a smartphone.

Weighing 600g and measuring 200m x 130mm, the desktop device is equipped with front panel controls, including mic and headphone level adjustments, an off-hook-call/hang-up button together with indicators for incoming and outgoing signal levels, equipment and communication status. A help button can be used to request attention or help from the station’s technician or operator. Two remote applications ensure that the operator does not need to control or operate any of the controls on the front panel. However, a smart phone Talent Pilot App can locally control the equipment and configure the Talent to establish the connection.

Full remote configuration and operation of single-unit or a pool of Talent and other AEQ stationary and portable AudioCodecs can be remotely controlled via the ControlPhoenix app. With a built-in a phantom power supply, Talent supports low- or high-impedance headphones together with dynamic and condenser microphones. Talent is equipped with a conventional power supply, although it can be powered directly from the USB output of a PC or from a voltage source between 5V and 12V, such as a power bank. The operator can monitor audio playback from the station, its own audio without delay or a mix of both for simultaneously outputting an independent mix through a line out connector and a stereo Bluetooth connection.

In brief, AEQ has also launched Olympia 3, a standalone commentary unit (CU) or AoIP connected with eight channels via Dante protocol; and Phoenix Alio, a portable IP audio-codec specifically designed for sports reporting applications, but it has also been optimised to make it easy to use in the most varied scenarios, even musical events.



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