For sale is ONE (1) Telex base station, New, Old stock. Never used unit in original packaging, open box. Comes with everything as new. It may have some minimal scratches, barely visible.
The Telex BTR-80N 2-Channel UHF Base Station is a 2-channel, frequency-agile UHF wireless intercom base station with channel access from each of 4 full-duplex beltpacks, stage announce output with relay closure, wireless talk around (ISO), the patented Enhanced ClearScan channel search feature, and a talk/listen headset station at the base.
The BTR-80N features a transparent graphical user interface and a backlit display, with advanced technology functions such as combination tone code/RF noise squelch and DSP digital audio processing.
- F1 Band (Tx: 482-500MHz Rx: 614-632MHz)
- Wireless UHF intercom base station with frequency agility, full-duplexing, and huge selection of available frequencies organized in independent 18 MHz bands
- Factory selected preset frequency groups, 1000' operating range, Transmit power level switch
- Independent front Portable Station enable/disable buttons with LED status indicators, front panel headset connector reads dynamic or electret headset boom mic types automatically
- Enhanced ClearScan 2-button frequency selection for optimal, interference- and intermodulation-free location use, ranks available frequencies in order of reliability
- Simultaneous support of up to 4 beltpacks, expandable
- Large backlit LCD, transparent, menu-driven graphic user interface for simplified navigation and assignment
- Full function talk/listen headset station with dedicated headset and boom mic volume and gain controls ,allows for fifth simultaneous user(director, producer, engineer) on intercom channel
- Compatibility with Audiocom, Clear-Com, RTS/RTS matrix wired and wireless intercoms, dedicated 2-wire XLE and 4-wire RJ-11 connectors
- Dual voltage power supply for international use, XLR balanced auxiliary audio input and output connectivity
- Improved narrow band wireless delivers an unprecedented 25kHz of modulated band width, allowing more users per channel in the cramped UHF spectrum.