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Author Topic: Technical Projects —> RTS intercom.  (Read 2897 times)

Al Rettich

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Re: Technical Projects —> RTS intercom.
« Reply #10 on: November 07, 2017, 09:16:18 pm »

Sorry, meant to ask who makes the 223? iPhone stupidity!!
If you mean is there a Technical Projects equivalent to this announcer console, i'm not sure.  The Model 233 is fully compatible with 2-channel RTS though and i use it thusly all the time.

Just be prepared for a little bit of sticker shock....
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Mac Kerr

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Re: Technical Projects —> RTS intercom.
« Reply #11 on: November 07, 2017, 09:44:41 pm »

Sorry, meant to ask who makes the 223? iPhone stupidity!!

The company is Studio Technologies, the product is an Announcer's Console. Studio Technologies makes great products, I'm a big fan of their Model 47 4W to 2W Interface.

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Re: Technical Projects —> RTS intercom.
« Reply #12 on: November 07, 2017, 11:12:52 pm »

If you mean is there a Technical Projects equivalent to this announcer console, i'm not sure.  The Model 233 is fully compatible with 2-channel RTS though and i use it thusly all the time.

Just be prepared for a little bit of sticker shock....

I lost more money in the Tulip Market bubble....  :o

The on line price is around US$1195.  The 220 is $895.

The various configuration options/setting and available accessories make these really flexible.  The ability to connect, route and configure incoming PGM/cue/coms/IFB and route where outgoing local mic signal goes - wearing only 1 headset - is very appealing.  It probably will do a half dozen other things, too...

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Re: Technical Projects —> RTS intercom.
« Reply #13 on: November 09, 2017, 04:29:30 pm »

I lost more money in the Tulip Market bubble....  :o

The on line price is around US$1195.  The 220 is $895.

The various configuration options/setting and available accessories make these really flexible.  The ability to connect, route and configure incoming PGM/cue/coms/IFB and route where outgoing local mic signal goes - wearing only 1 headset - is very appealing.  It probably will do a half dozen other things, too...

Well, clearly i agree with you since i bought one.  :)

I guess i was right to stay out of the tulip trade.
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