Revolabs Inc., a provider of wireless audio solutions, says the company’s Windows-based high definition (HD) control panel software has been enhanced to support the entire HD line of wireless microphone systems.
The control-panel enhancement enables the company’s monitoring and configuration tools found on the Executive HD system and on the HD Single/Dual Channel and the HD Venue wireless microphones systems.
In addition, Revolabs has created several new features for the HD line, including a dual in-line package (DIP)-switch display, mute groups for the Executive HD systems, and an expanded control system application programming interface(API).
With the HD Control Panel, users can monitor and control networked HD wireless microphone systems from a single PC software program with an intuitive graphical user interface, Revolabs says. The HD Control Panel allows users to control the mute status and gain of each microphone, and to lock out presenters from using the mute button. The software also provides the ability to monitor each microphone closely for its real-time status, such as battery level.
The monitor tab of the HD Control Panel has been enhanced to provide the DIP switch status for each system, eliminating the need to look on the back of the system to see which switches are active, Revolabs says. In addition, several commands to the HD systems’ API have been added, allowing A/V control systems to send global commands, turn off microphones and even initiate pairing, all from the convenience of a room’s touchpanel, the company says.
Revolabs has also bolstered the Executive HD with the ability to assign systems to mute groups. That allows all systems in a building to be bussed together without muting each other, unless they are assigned to the same group, the company says. “We are pleased to bring the capabilities of the HD Control Panel to users of our HD Single/Dual Channel and HD Venue systems, in addition to offering powerful new features across our entire HD line,” said JP Carney, Revolabs’ CEO.