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May 18, 2024
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Clear-Com will showcase the latest advances in IP-based intercom for a wide variety of applications at IBC 2023 in Amsterdam this September (Stand 10.D29).

They will highlight innovative features of their flagship Eclipse® HX Digital Matrix Intercom System, including Dynam-EC™ real-time production software, industry-leading role-based workflows, and the new 2X10 Touch™ desktop touchscreen panel.

The IP-based Arcadia® Central Station will be available for demonstration, including the HXII-DPL Powerline device, an IP interface that delivers power and digital audio from Arcadia to HelixNet® Digital Network systems.

Today’s broadcast applications require an unprecedented level of efficiency and flexibility, with solutions for remote production, on-rem, and virtual production workflows.

At IBC, Clear-Com will demonstrate a broad range of solutions to meet these needs. Dynam-EC is a powerful and intuitive software tool that allows operators to quickly switch all audio input and outputs, audio mapping, IFBs and partylines at the touch of a button.

New features introduced in EHX 13.1, including the implementation of role-based workflows and support for NMOS 4 and 5, facilitate many of the needs of broadcast applications for large-scale events such as the World Cup or other global sporting events.

A popular choice for flypacks and OB vans, Arcadia Central Station brings together HelixNet®, FreeSpeak®, Clear-Com Encore®, other 2W/4W endpoints, and third-party Dante devices in a single, integrated system.

Arcadia offers licensed-based scalability that allows it to meet numerous production needs, with support for over 100 beltpacks and up to 128 IP ports, with additional upgrades available in the future.

The new HXII-DPL Powerline Device connects to any existing Arcadia system via its own network port to provide Powerline connectivity via 3-pin XLR anywhere on the network.

“We continue to see an accelerated adoption of hybrid and remote workflows as well as advancements in IP infrastructure,” said Chris Willis, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Clear-Com.

“We look forward to connecting with the broadcast industry in the region, to share our solutions and learn more from those who are implementing these new ways of working and communicating.”­