World debut of Sennheiser’s ADN

The world premiere of Sennheiser’s latest conferencing solution, the AND CU-1 digital conferencing system, has taken place at InfoComm Middle East.

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World debut of Sennheiser’s ADN The ADN PS-1 power supply unit increases system capability to 400 heads.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 13, 2011

The world premiere of Sennheiser’s latest conferencing solution, the AND CU-1 digital conferencing system, has taken place at InfoComm Middle East.

The system, which will start shipping from November 1, offers even more features than its predecessors, according to Ryan Burr, Business development for Sennheiser Middle East.

“Now, users can record conferences thanks to a USB recording function and because we’ve changed the ADN PS-1 power supply,  it the systems capability is increased  from 40 right up to 400 delegates,” he says.

At the heart of the system is the CU1 central unit, which all units connect to, includes pre-configured parameters that can be quickly and easily managed via a front panel menu screen. PC-based, the system can be controlled in further detail when connected to a desktop or laptop.

Each conferencing terminal comprises twin loudspeakers that are engineered to naturally reproduce the human voice. Red luminous rings around the microphone head allow delegates to see which participants microphone is active, and a specialised ‘chairperson’ unit allows a meeting to be interrupted by ‘silencing’ other delegates or allowing the next person to speak at the push of a button.

Currently hard-wired, Burr says the manufacturer hopes to unveil a wireless version of the ADN next year.

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