Revolabs, the leading provider of wireless audio products for enhancing collaboration, today announced an addition to the HD Wireless Microphone product family: an adapter for connecting the Countryman Earset Microphone to the Revolabs HD Wireless Microphone Systems. The Countryman Earset Microphone is a tiny, barely-visible microphone used by broadcasters and announcers worldwide.
The new Revolabs HD Wireless Countryman Adapter will plug into the Countryman mic and transmit/receive using the Revolabs Executive HD Wireless Microphone System or the HD Single/Dual Channel Wireless Microphone System. The combination provides great sound with wireless convenience and no bulky equipment, such as a belt pack or batteries. The flexibility of the Revolabs HD Wireless Microphone Systems which support from one to 32 microphones of various types (wearable, tabletop, dynamic handheld mics, and now the Countryman Earset), makes them ideal for broadcasting, houses of worship, rental, and other professional audio markets.
âOur new HD product line of Wireless Microphones with high definition 20k audio allows our products to be used for professional audio applications and the Countryman Earset microphone is the market leader in that space,â? said JP Carney, Chief Operating Officer, Revolabs, Inc. âMany broadcasters and clergy prefer the Countryman mic, but hate the belt pack and batteries that are required to power the microphone. Our Countryman Adapter provides a wireless connection that is very small and rechargeable.â?
âRevolabs HD Wireless Microphone System is a perfect complement to our product and the combination will provide a strong solution for broadcasting applications,â? said Chris Countryman, President, Countryman Associates, Inc. âWe are pleased to be working with Revolabs to provide great sound with our virtually unnoticeable microphone.â?
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