The RadioCom TT-16 base station transmitter and the TR-16 beltpack talent receiver is a 16-channel synthesized wireless IFB system. The system is designed to provide a convenient wireless link to on-air talent in the studio or in the field at remote locations. Operating in the low band VHF 64–68MHz range (TV Ch 3 and 4), the units operate reliably at distances of over 350 feet. In unoccupied television channels, up to five TT-16 transmitters will operate simultaneously within the same location.
16-Channel synthesized transmitter
Accepts standard RTS Two-Wire, audiocom or clear-com intercom level inputs
Backlit LCD with control buttons
Balanced XLR input connector with level control and viewable meter
Enhanced dynamic range (E.D.R.) for improved dynamic audio
Front panel ¼" monitor jack with level control
Hi/Low selectable RF output power
Unbalanced audio input connector
Wireless link from intercom system for cueing, talent IFB, and more
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