Products designed to compliment RTS intercoms
RTS + OMNEO
The new COIN SILVER 4016 takes the highly versatile and flexible RTS DKP-4016 key panel and adds a pair of Glensound commentary microphone amplifiers with the Referee commentary specific compressor limiter circuits. There is also a pair of high output headphone amplifiers.
Front panel input trim controls are provided and are easily accessible and out of the way to prevent accidental use. 48 volt phantom power can also be turned on when required.
The SILVER 4016 is designed for 2 commentators/ announcers to use. The flexibility of the DKP-4016 architecture and the Glensound designed front end, means that the two commentators can contribute to one common programme or work entirely independently and contribute to separate programmes
Two separate high output headphone amplifiers are provided, one for each commentator. Each commentator has front panel headphone controls for 3 sources. Their own voice, their co-commentator's voice and the output of the RTS talkback system (which can be different to each other). Each commentator can also route each source to their left ear, right ear or both ears of their headphones.
COMMENTARY SPECIFIC DANTE OUTPUTS & ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
The RTS DKP-4016 that the SILVER 4016 is based on, has 3 Ethernet ports, 2 copper and 1 x SFP. These can be set for redundant audio networking but can also be set as a network switch. The RTS intercom side of the unit uses these outputs.
A completely different Dante (AES67 compliant) Ethernet output is provided solely for the output of the commentary microphones. This means that the commentary circuits can be completely separated from the intercom. However if you want a single Ethernet cable to carry both your commentary & intercom circuits then all that is needed is to connect the commentary Ethernet output to one of the RTS intercom Ethernet ports using the short CAT5 jump lead provided.