The VoiceLift® Pro Microphone EB system integrates with eBUS enabled control systems to provide voice amplification for a wide variety of installations. The VoiceLift receiver connects to the eBUS port on an Extron IPCP control processor for power and customizable control. State-of-the-art wireless technology for voice amplification utilizes digital transmission and pairing in a dedicated spectrum to provide superior performance over traditional systems. VoiceLift Pro EB integrates seamlessly with IPCP control processors and an audio power amplifier to provide a complete voice amplification solution.
Integration with Extron control systems provides flexible control capabilities. The pendant microphone buttons can trigger events such as an Instant Alert or start/stop recordings on an SMP series streaming processor to support lecture capture installations.
Advanced RF wireless technology provides superior sound quality, increased reliability, greater range, and reduced interference over traditional systems
DSP maximizes sound quality and intelligibility
Connects to the eBUS port on an Extron IPCP Pro control processor using a single cable that carries both power and control communication
Supports up to two microphones for each receiver
High capacity rechargeable batteries allow for over 8 hours of talk time
John Kurtinecz is Vice President of JP Lilley focusing on technical products and services facing the audio, video and presentation communities. John is a member of InfoComm International, ICIA which is now known as AVIXA, a member of various business chambers throughout the region, and Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau. In 1995 John was among the first 26 people in the world to achieve CTS-I certification by InfoComm International. He has been actively serving the AV industry for 31 years. His drive and vision will continue to lead the audio, video and presentation industry for many years to come.