Presteigne Broadcast Hire has invested in its first Dante-based Intercom system with an investment in Studio Technologies through HHB Communications.

Studio Technologies Model 5422 Dante Intercom Audio EnginePresteigne will now be able to hire systems based on the Studio Technologies Model 5422 Dante Intercom Audio Engine and Model 374A 4-channel Intercom Beltpacks. The compact 5422 provides 32 channels of audio I/O and intercom processing and supports both Dante and AES67 AoIP formats. The Beltpack connects to the Dante network switch with a single cable via an etherCon connector. The combination of the 5422’s processing and the 374A’s support of four channels, allows systems to be set up with multiple talkback circuits.

‘Dante is a core technology for many of our clients, and we wanted to add a Dante-based talkback system to our hire stock,’ states Presteigne Broadcast Hire Head of Audio, David Handley. ‘Compared with traditional analogue talkback systems, the Studio Technologies system offers many enhanced features and the ease of Dante integration. This initial investment gives us a flexible set of products that can cover a wide range of our clients’ talkback requirements.’

‘Once we learned what Presteigne was looking for, it was an easy decision to offer a solution based on Studio Technologies kit, we are confident that users depending on the Model 5422 and Model 374 will find them to be a high-performing and dependable solution with excellent sound quality’, says HHB Communications Sales Manager, Andrew Hingley.

The Studio Technologies Dante Intercom products are designed to be highly flexible. Beltpacks can be programmed by the STController application, allowing functions to be tailored for different modes. The 5422 engine provides the required mixing, switching and routing function to support a wide range of Intercom ‘party line’ and IFB modes, while the Beltpacks offer multiple options, as well as interfaces to connect to analogue intercom products, making them the perfect choice for customers requiring small to medium size talkback systems.

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