Avlex Introduces MIPRO ACT-81, ACT-82 Digital Wireless Systems

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MIPRO ACT-81

Avlex Corporation, the exclusive U.S. distributor of MIPRO products, introduces the single-receiver MIPRO ACT-81 and dual-receiver ACT-82 Digital Wireless Microphone Systems (prices TBA). The new systems feature a color VFD (Vacuum Florescent Display), 24-bit audio with advanced DSP, a sub-band ADPCM algorithm and proprietary 128-bit encryption capability for use in permanent installations such as corporate boardrooms and government facilities.

Avlex states that because the ACT-81 and ACT-82 are both digital systems, their transmission quality is constant, the signal-to-noise ratio will not deteriorate and there is no saturation or distortion at the higher frequencies of a high SPL input. The company also states that the sub-band ADPCM algorithm virtually eliminates compandor noise and restores the source's original sound quality. Both systems incorporate MIPRO’s Autoscan and Automatic Channel Targeting (ACT) functionality.

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MIPRO ACT-82

Featuring advanced DSP technology, the MIPRO ACT-81 and ACT-82 wireless systems incorporate built-in equalization and microphone capsule modeling, enabling operators to fine-tune the system’s sound to their liking while also emulating the sonic characteristics of popular microphones.

Digital transmission is via the ACT-8H handheld transmitter or the ACT-8T bodypack transmitter. Both units incorporate a multifunction LCD indicator for displaying channel, transmitter battery status, input levels and error codes.

The MIPRO ACT-81 and ACT-82 can be configured via PC-controllable software. Operators can use a PC to manage simultaneous monitoring and control of multiple, large-scale systems.

For more information, visit www.avlex.com.