The Model 210 Announcer's Console is designed to serve as the audio control center for announcers, commentators, and production talent. The tabletop unit is suited for numerous applications including on-air television sports broadcasting. The Model 210 integrates all on-air, talkback, and cue audio signal routing into one compact system. Ease of use, configuration flexibility, and sonic excellence are some of the unit's highlights.
The Model 210 is compatible with most broadcast and audio system environments. Standard connectors are used to interface microphone, headphone, talkback, and IFB signals. Whether it's microphone switching, talkback output, or headphone cue feed, superior audio quality is maintained. A microprocessor provides the Model 210's logic power, allowing exacting control of the unit's operation. A range of configuration choices allow the desired operating parameters to be easily selected. While flexible, the user is presented with an easy-to-use set of controls and indicators.
A truly next-generation product, extensive research into the needs and desires of field production personnel was integral to the Model 210's creation. While primarily targeted for on-air television applications, specialized features are included to allow the Model 210 to be used in a variety of other audio applications. These include on-air radio broadcasting, stadium announcement, and voice-over/narration booths.
Microphone preamp with selectable gain and 48 V phantom power
Broadcast IFB input
Two pushbutton switches offer programmable "click-free" audio path control
Transformer-balanced main output
Line-level talkback output
Stereo headphone monitoring
Auxiliary relay contact
Powered by IFB or external DC source
Extensive configuration choices accessible via DIP switches located on bottom of enclosure