RF Venue Intros COMBINE6 HDR Antenna Combiner for Wireless In-Ear Monitor Transmitters

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RF Venue introduced the COMBINE6 HDR, its next-generation antenna combiner for wireless in-ear monitor (IEM) system transmitters. For performers, sound engineers and even the audience, RF Venue says wireless IEMs can solve a range of live sound challenges. Still, dropouts and interference can turn wireless IEMs into a nightmare problem on their own. The company says the culprits are typically antenna farms, where multiple IEM transmitters can create a chaotic mess of signals with accompanying intermodulation distortion and excess noise. Designed and built to advanced standards at RF Venue’s USA facility, COMBINE6 HDR is a compact, half-rack unit that can combine up to six IEM transmitter signals into one to feed via a single external antenna, ending the nightmare. With a passive expansion circuit built-in, RF Venue says the COMBINE6 HDR easily connects to a second unit for a total of 12 IEM channels in a single rack unit (1RU).

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and the COMBINE6 HDR’s performance is best-in-class, according to the company. Whether installed in churches or used by bands with flypacks on the road, COMBINE6 HDR delivers big RF performance in a compact package. Testing against rigorous standards, RF Venue says the COMBINE6 HDR is proven to reduce noise caused by intermodulation distortion and even enhances the performance of wireless mics sharing the same RF spectrum as IEMs.

Shipping now at a MAP of $1,499, the COMBINE6 HDR is also available in turnkey 6-Channel in-Ear Monitor Packs with either RF Venue’s CP Beam Antenna or its CP Architectural Antenna.