WiSpeak CORE is the transmitter device that communicates with all the receiver devices to create a WiSpeak wireless network, and takes the role of the Master Unit. Its main functions are to pair and send audio contents to all the receivers (TUBE, CUBE), keeping a stable communication with them, and send also individual configuration commands to each receiver if desired. It also takes care of the global configuration of the system: audio inputs in use, equalization, output levels, etc.
CORE is the Master Unit of the Ecler WiSpeak system. Together with TUBE and CUBE, provides a simple and fast wireless installation with up to 500m2 coverage. It includes a WiSpeak grip app available for Android and iOS, which can be used for an advanced set up and fine tuning of the Wireless Pro Audio system.
3 audio inputs available: ▪ Analogue stereo, unbalanced. 2 x RCA connectors ▪ Analogue stereo, balanced. 2 x Euroblock 3p connectors ▪ Bluetooth®, class 1 (up to 25 meters range, maximum) • 1x WiSpeak wireless audio signal transmitted (a mono conversion of the selected input) • 1x AUX OUT analogue signal available (a copy of the transmitted WiSpeak signal). It can be used for linking the unit to external audio devices, like amplifiers, mixers or subwoofer units • Maximum number of receivers under control per transmitter device = 24 units. The network can be extended by linking a new transmitter to an existing receiver • Front panel controls for source (input) selection and general (Master) volume control • Recommended maximum range from a CORE transmitter to any WiSpeak paired receiver: 12 meters, with direct line of sight1 • Front panel PAIR key: it allows pairing the receivers to the transmitter quickly and easily, for a basic set up of the WiSpeak system. • External, universal Power Supply (100-240VAC 50-60Hz) • Compatible with WiSpeak grip app for set up and control functions (available for Android and iOS), using Bluetooth® connection • External MUTE port and remote volume control port compatible with WPaVOL wall panel
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