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HME Expands Wireless Product Line

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HME, which develops and delivers a comprehensive line of customer-driven solutions to over 80 countries worldwide, is expanding its wireless product line.

Wireless intercom use is easier now than ever before with HME's new DIGITAL 2.4 GHz DX200 System. Spread-Spectrum technology provides interference-free operations for up to 15 beltpac users per base station. The rugged, lightweight (7.4-ounce) beltpac operates for up to 20 hours on a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

The simple, intuitive design of the DX200 enables both the technical and the non-technical staff to easily set up and operate the system directly out of the box. Interfacing is available for two-wire and four-wire intercom systems. A programmable ISO+ mode allows beltpac users to make stage announcements or communicate on a second channel.

The DX200 is ideal for entertainment venues, churches, broadcast production, military operations, sporting events and other venues—a clear, secure and reliable way to communicate.

With the PRO850 Wireless Intercom System, sound pros get exceptional operating range, cutting-edge features, and the flexibility to configure and expand the entire system to meet unique communication needs.

Innovative features like PC and PDA interface, automated power control, simultaneous dual-channel interface, Wireless ISO—plus all the standard capabilities—offer more operating power and flexibility to achieve the best performance. Combine all that with a ruggedly-constructed design, the PRO850 provides the utmost reliability and sound quality.

For information, visit www.hme.com.

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