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Brian Hancock

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talk box announcer headset
« on: September 12, 2019, 01:52:45 pm »

anyone know of a speaker box / with a gooseneck or similar with a line input and mic out.

basically would like something similar to biscuit box rts spk-300 or similar but not relying on the com psu ... i've got power and i've got plenty of lines over a fiber box and already have 4w port on the other end.  I need 1 com drop and trying to not have to burn a 2w to 4w unit for 1 com drop.  I've already got to pull the fiber snake there for other lines so no biggie but if i could cobble together a "talk" box it would be super useful.

thanks in advance and if i wasn't clear please drag me over the coals !!
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Re: talk box announcer headset
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2019, 06:13:52 pm »

anyone know of a speaker box / with a gooseneck or similar with a line input and mic out.

basically would like something similar to biscuit box rts spk-300 or similar but not relying on the com psu ... i've got power and i've got plenty of lines over a fiber box and already have 4w port on the other end.  I need 1 com drop and trying to not have to burn a 2w to 4w unit for 1 com drop.  I've already got to pull the fiber snake there for other lines so no biggie but if i could cobble together a "talk" box it would be super useful.

Both Clear-Com and Pro Intercom partyline master stations have connections for single channel 2W intercom (which is essentially RTS ch B), line level in and mic level out, and can accommodate a goose neck mic.

If you have a matrix com system, all the key panels have aux I/O and speakers.
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Re: talk box announcer headset
« Reply #2 on: September 13, 2019, 08:51:10 am »

Both Clear-Com and Pro Intercom partyline master stations have connections for single channel 2W intercom (which is essentially RTS ch B), line level in and mic level out, and can accommodate a goose neck mic.

If you have a matrix com system, all the key panels have aux I/O and speakers.

thanks henry,

i always thought clearcom's panel (and subsiquent box enclosure) had to have 2w com knew they made a 2 ch version and a standard 1 ch version ... after reading your post i did some further investigation and they actually make a 4w board for their small wall panels which is perfect ... few screws and it turns the standard 2w variants into 4w boxes !! runs off 20-30v dc or an ac option as well.

this is really what i wanted because in this situation they system is all analog partyline 2w, 1 wireless interface and i can use that to get a 4w port to extend over the existing cobranet and fiber ... if things change in the future the box can still be used in either 2w or 4w with a small change.

I think it was said in a different post but this forum is an amazing place ... what other industry can you get to have a conversation with true leaders of the field we are discussing!
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Re: talk box announcer headset
« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2019, 09:58:04 am »

anyone know of a speaker box / with a gooseneck or similar with a line input and mic out.

Sort of... It's Dante...takes GN mic or headset
8 listen and 8 talk channels

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https://studio-tech.com/studio-technologies-introduces-model-348-intercom-station-at-nab-2019/
« Last Edit: September 13, 2019, 10:20:44 am by Pete Erskine »
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