Las Vegas, NV
RTS is pleased to show
at NAB 2006, booth #C4535. The RTS
are available with pushbutton or lever key. These models fit in a standard 19â€? rack and are one rack space high. A desktop version is also available. In addition, there are two encoders. One encoder is used for
, microphone, auxiliary input, and
in volume adjustment. The other encoder knob used for menu selection. The
have a standard numerical keypad with four extra keys: Mic Mute, User Assignable, Page Up, and Page Down. The
are made of pressed aluminum/metal and feature state-of-the-art audio processors and drivers. The
features a six character display, and the
features a four character display. Optional
are available to connect to RTS Voice-Over Network.
12 keys, with 11 keys available for full talk/listen configuration. Keys support both latching (hands-free) and momentary (push-to-talk) operation. Also features an extensive scrollable menu system (accessed using an encoder). Menus include helpful prompts to walk the user through setup.
The back of each
has one DB-9 connector, on RJ-12 connector, and one BNC for the
connection. On the rackmount model only, there is one RJ-12 connector for Expansion Panels and one RJ-12 connector for
. There are two mechanical pots for Mic level control, one for headset mic and one for panel mic gain.
16 push-button keys available for monitoring inputs
Firmware updates can be received via the Internet, for example, and then downloaded to the
. For more information, visit the RTS Intercom website: