Communications

Tecpro Comms Headsets Hire

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  • New generation high performance headsets specifically designed for communications use
  • Retains the renowned durability and comfort of the 200 series
  • Very robust construction, made from unbreakable flexible composite material
  • Similar construction to 200 series, spare parts also available
  • Dual-chamber foam-filled earshells, larger than 200 series for wearing comfort
  • Extended response ear loudspeakers
  • Broadcast quality noise-cancelling dynamic microphone
  • New boom design allows use with boom at left or right hand side
  • Mic switched off by swinging boom upwards
  • Boom can be bent into optimum position to suit the wearer
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Tecpro is a ‘two wire’ or as it is sometimes known ‘party-line’ or ‘ring’ system which enables a number of people to take part in the same conversation. Each participant can hear all other participants on the same circuit while being able to talk to them simultaneously, so a full ‘duplex’ conversation can take place – similar to a telephone system.

The major applications for these systems are in the theatre, conference, live performance and broadcast markets, though new applications are constantly emerging.

A basic Tecpro communication system would comprise a power supply and two or more outstations or beltpacks. An outstation may be wall mounted, free-standing or mounted in a rack. It will usually have a built-in loudspeaker and possibly a microphone. Beltpacks are intended for personal use and work only with a headset. Outstations and beltpacks are connected together with two core screened microphone cable which carries system power, audio, and various control signals. Most have a 3-pin XLR input and output and can be simply daisy-chained together. Alternatively, interconnection can radiate out from a central one-in, multiple-out signal splitter. A combination of both methods is often used.

More complex systems typically employ a master station which has two in-built power supplies and offers two independent communication circuits, A and B. Participants in a conversation on circuit A cannot communicate with those on circuit B, but the person operating the master station can communicate with circuits A and B separately or together.

Technical Specification

Nominal impedance: 400 ohm each at 1kHz
Frequency response: 20–20,000Hz
Sensitivity: 94dB s.p.l. for 1mW
Distortion: Less than 0.5%
Max. rated power handling: 0.5 watts
Microphone: Dynamic type, uni-directional, wired balanced
Nominal impedance: 200 ohm at 1kHz
Frequency response: 40–15,000Hz

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If you're interested in hiring this piece of equipment, please request a quote by using the form below so we can check your requirements against our lead times, or speak to a member of our team on 02083 964 207.
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Tecpro is a ‘two wire’ or as it is sometimes known ‘party-line’ or ‘ring’ system which enables a number of people to take part in the same conversation. Each participant can hear all other participants on the same circuit while being able to talk to them simultaneously, so a full ‘duplex’ conversation can take place – similar to a telephone system.

The major applications for these systems are in the theatre, conference, live performance and broadcast markets, though new applications are constantly emerging.

A basic Tecpro communication system would comprise a power supply and two or more outstations or beltpacks. An outstation may be wall mounted, free-standing or mounted in a rack. It will usually have a built-in loudspeaker and possibly a microphone. Beltpacks are intended for personal use and work only with a headset. Outstations and beltpacks are connected together with two core screened microphone cable which carries system power, audio, and various control signals. Most have a 3-pin XLR input and output and can be simply daisy-chained together. Alternatively, interconnection can radiate out from a central one-in, multiple-out signal splitter. A combination of both methods is often used.

More complex systems typically employ a master station which has two in-built power supplies and offers two independent communication circuits, A and B. Participants in a conversation on circuit A cannot communicate with those on circuit B, but the person operating the master station can communicate with circuits A and B separately or together.

Technical Specification

Nominal impedance: 400 ohm each at 1kHz
Frequency response: 20–20,000Hz
Sensitivity: 94dB s.p.l. for 1mW
Distortion: Less than 0.5%
Max. rated power handling: 0.5 watts
Microphone: Dynamic type, uni-directional, wired balanced
Nominal impedance: 200 ohm at 1kHz
Frequency response: 40–15,000Hz

Let's get planning

If you're interested in hiring this piece of equipment, please request a quote by using the form below so we can check your requirements against our lead times, or speak to a member of our team on 02083 964 207.
  • Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
    This form collects your name, email address and telephone number so that we can contact you regarding your enquiry. Our Privacy Policy will provide further information on how this data is managed.
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