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Sennheiser Introduces ADN System

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The ADN (Audio Distribution Network) is a wired, digital discussion system comprised of a central unit and two conference terminal options, one for the conference manager and the other for the participants. Special features include Sennheiser sound quality, sophisticated design, an intuitive user interface and a fully integrated software package within the central unit.

Designed as a premium entry-level solution for the conference market, with very high quality components. System is 'future proof,' enabling expansion / upgrades that fit. Microphone for conferencing system uses a high-quality Sennheiser KE 10 capsule. A super-cardioid pick-up pattern brings the speaker into focus and efficiently attenuates ambient noise. A DSP limiter ensures that the audio signal can not over-amplify. Audio is reproduced by the terminal’s integrated twin loudspeakers creating excellent voice intelligibility over the whole conference room – even when just a few conference units are in use.

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