AGOURA HILLS, CA-Working for the last year-and-a-half with Jean-Michel
Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society to help educate people about the critical role of the world's oceans in the planet's well-being, has taken sound engineer Gary Holland from TVsaturated areas to regions dense with Marine
Band radio signals. Throughout his travels, which have taken him from the southernmost tip of Baja Mexico to the Arctic Sea and to every corner of the U.S., Holland has relied on Lectrosonics' URC411A digital hybrid wireless compact receiver systems. They cut through the RF clutter and deliver
pristine audio of scientists discussing critical environmental issues.
Lectrosonics URC411A digital hybrid receiver keeps the signal
"I've been using my URC411As extensively as they have proven to be totally
reliable, from their basic performance to their 'cat-like' frequency agility," reported Holland. "Since acquiring my URC411As my worries over mic drop-outs and RF hits are virtually and even realistically gone. The 411A system has made life in the field for sound engineers, like myself, a whole lot easier."