Revolabs is now shipping its Executive Elite four- and eight-channel wireless microphone systems that use a new distributed architecture. Featuring AES-256 encryption with dynamic key updates every three minutes, Revolabs’ Executive Elite includes all connections types: AVB, analog and USB. And the system’s distributed architecture allows the remote antenna receiver and base units to connect via a standard Cat6 cable with power over Ethernet (PoE) support — allowing the remote antenna receiver to be placed in the same room as wireless microphones to improve wireless connectivity and simplify setups.
And, new for Revolabs, the Executive Elite adds a gooseneck mic to the omnidirectional and directional tabletop series, wearable microphones, and XLR/mini-XLR adapters and the microphones are spec’d to allow up to 20 hours of talk time and 72 standby hours, even with receivers up to 300 feet away.
For larger applications than the system’s standard four or eight microphone channels, multiple Executive Elite receivers can be linked to utilize up to 44 (Americas) or 76 (rest-of-world) microphones in a single room. Administrators can monitor and control all microphones via USB, RS232 or Ethernet interfaces locally, or use a new cloud-based management environment for remote command and control capabilities including third-party managed installations.