Shown here in its charger base, the Revolabs Solo conferencing system uses unique clip-on wireless transmitters for secure, encrypted conference audio.
The Solo transmitter is a lightweight, silver tube that clips onto the clothing, much in the manner of a lavalier mic. It turns itself on when removed from its charging stand, finds an open frequency, and is ready to go. The only user control is a mute button on the transmitter. The Solo system operates as a traditional audio front end. The Solo Desktop is an 8-channel conference system, while the Solo Executive is a single-channel unit designed for individual office telephony use. Three Desktop units can be combined for 24 total simultaneous channels.
The Revolabs Solo systems operate in the 1.9GHZ range via a spread spectrum scheme, and are engineered to deliver high-fidelity audio in the speech intelligibility range, with a specified frequency response of 200- to 8000Hz. The rack-mountable receiver unit provides a separate output for each channel, maximizing compatibility with whatever audio system is already in place.
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