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Thanks! CBAA Conference

Thanks! CBAA Conference

CBAA Conference 2018 November 8-10 Gold Coast

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Broadcast Components were delighted to attend the annual CBAA conference this year. Thank you to everyone who came and saw us at the stand. We were pleased to discuss technical questions and infrastructure planning for the coming year.

Broadcast Components were excited to showcase their new Outside Broadcast kit.

OB kit includes:

  • AEQ Phoneix Alio codec (option for single or dual channel)
  • Dual SIM 3G/4G/4GX router
  • 2 mobile antennas
  • 1 high gain antenna
  • Purpose built carry case with 4 mic inputs, 4 headphone inputs, 2 line input, 2 PA/line output, WAN connector

Wireless Mic Kit:

  • 3 Sennheiser Broadcast Headsets
  • 1 Sennheiser Wireless EW 100 Evolution Wireless G4

            – Wireless Microphone with built in transmitter
            – Receiver for wireless microphone

  • Purpose built case with space for accessories

Phoenix Mercury (single channel) or Phoenix Venus (multiple channel) codec for studio.

Competitive pricing, contact us for more information.

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 Also on display this year was:


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