Sennheiser SDC8200 DC - SDC 8200

£342.70 

The digital SDC 8200 DC delegate unit is an ideal choice for both mobile and fixed conference systems. Its compact and elegant design harmoniously blends in with any conference room. The unit features a high-quality built-in loudspeaker, providing excellent sound at a pleasant volume. By pressing the Mic key, the conference participants can either switch on the microphone or signal their request to speak. The SDC 8200 DC delegate unit can be used by two participants as it features two independent headphone sockets, each fitted with a channel display and channel selection keys for choosing a translated language independent of each other. Three voting keys allowing electronic voting: Yes, Abstention, No (+,0,-).

SENNHEISER SDC 8200 DC FEATURES
• Built-in high-quality loudspeaker (automatically muted when the microphone is switched on)
• Microphone on/off (request) key
• Three voting keys: Yes, Abstention, No (+,0,-)
• Gooseneck microphone with red LED ring
• Two 3.5 mm headphone jacks for headphones or induction couplers for the hearing impaired
• Two separate headphone volume controls
• Two separate sets of channel selection keys with numerical display of the selected channel (floor language + up to 28 translations)

SENNHEISER SDC 8200 DC SPECIFATIONS
Frequency response: 100.....14000 Hz
Pick-up pattern: cardioid
Headphone connector: 3.5 mm mono (>32 Ohm)
Voltage: 48 V DC
Power consumption: max. 2.5 W
Operating temperature: 0.....50 degC
Standards: IEC 849
Colour: Pantone Black 7C
Housing: ABS
Dimensions: 150 x 80 x 185 mm
Goose neck length: 380 mm
Weight: 570 g

SENNHEISER SDC 8200 DC PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 SDC 8200 DC Delegate Unit


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