What audio interfaces does UNITE have?
Can Active talkback connections (from an RP-T) be deactivated using the master device?
Yes, pressing the Unite TP function downwards once allows you to deactivate active talkback connections with Unite RP-T devices. (Close all mics.)
Can I switch off the talkback function using the Master device?
Yes, the talkback function can be switched on and off on a Unite TP by pressing the function button upwards for approx. two seconds.
Can I deactivate the talkback function on an RP-T?
Yes, you can deactivate the talkback function as well as others in “General Settings” in the Unite Manager software.
How can the AP4 access point be affixed?
The Unite AP4 can be affixed to a wall or ceiling using a mounting plate with three “keyhole openings” and appropriate screws. A VESA 75x75 mount can also be affixed to the mounting plate with four screws for the four holes. The AP4 can also be screwed on to a stand with a 5/8” thread. The required adapter for stands with 1/2” or 3/8” thread is included in delivery. To secure it to a rig, the AP4 has two additional openings through which you can feed a secondary safety system to prevent the device from falling.
Where is it best the position the AP4 access point in the room?
The Unite AP4 has an omnidirectional polar pattern. The best position is on the ceiling in the middle of the room. The device can also be mounted on a microphone stand. If this option is chosen, it should be positioned overhead as high as possible, facing towards receiving devices. Please note that any physical obstacles between the AP4 and receivers may interfere with reception.
Can I remotely monitor the status of charging stations?
Which headsets and headphones can be used in combination with UNITE?
Does UNITE have a bluetooth interface?
Yes, the Unite TP and Unite TH have a Bluetooth® interface for playing external audio signals or for using a Bluetooth® headset. devices that support Bluetooth® standard V4.2 or higher are compatible with UNITE.
What devices can be connected with UNITE via bluetooth?
You can connect DECT compatible Bluetooth® headsets/headphones or external audio sources such as smartphones and PCs. Up to eight Bluetooth® connections can be saved in the Unite transmitter. devices that support Bluetooth® standard V4.2 or higher are compatible with UNITE.
Can I protect the settings on unite devices against unwanted changes?
Yes, using the button lock. Before activating this, you can go to “System” in the menu, and then select “Button Lock” and choose whether you would like to lock the “Power”, “Menu” or “Channel” function. The button lock is a hidden function and is activated and deactivated as follows: Simultaneously press and hold one of the volume buttons and one of the function buttons (or channel buttons on the RP/RP-T) crosswise for approx. 3 seconds. After activation/deactivation, “Button locked” or ”Button unlocked” will be displayed. This prevents the device being accidentally turned off and unwanted changes being made to the menu settings. The volume can still be adjusted using the volume button. Alternatively, the button lock can be configured for a variety of devices simultaneously using the Unite Manager software.
What options for improving speech intelligibility does UNITE offer me over traditional microphone systems?
Every Unite device has a DSP audio processor that automatically optimises the signal in real time. There are various adjustable functions for this purpose. The ALC (automatic level control) automatically controls microphone gain and balances out different speaker distances and loud/quiet voices. Disruptive background noise can be effectively blocked using a noise canceller or a noise gate. Other DSP functions include: EQ, ducker, low-cut filter and compressor. These can be found and adjusted in the menu under “Audio”, “Input Effects”.