VocoPro SilentPA-IFB-12 – One Way Communication
- BRAND: VocoPro
- MODEL NAME: VocoPro – One way communication system for TV and film production (SilentPA-IFB-12)
- FREQUENCY BAND CLASS: Dual-Band
- WIRELESS COMMUNICATION STANDARD: 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency
- INCLUDED COMPONENTS: Silent PA-IFB-12 – One Way Communication System for TV & Film Production
- CONNECTIVITY TECHNOLOGY: Bluetooth
- COLOR: Standard
- ITEM WEIGHT: 1 Pounds
- FREQUENCY: 900MHz
- OPERATING RANGE FREQUENCY: 2.4GHz
- PACKAGE DIMENSIONS: 16.1 x 15.1 x 8.15 inches
Any live or recorded broadcast runs more smoothly thanks to wireless ifbs (wireless talent cueing), which allows the talent to respond to direction on set. However, most people cannot afford the cost of a good ifb system. Introducing the VocoPro silent-pa-ifb system with pleasure! In terms of both cost and utility, it is revolutionary. It is less expensive than 1/5 of the top wireless ifb system. Additionally, the great sound and extended range will remain the same. The simple layout requires no synchronization or setup and is simple to use. Our entry-level ifb system includes 4 talent receivers and 1 director transmitter. 12 or 30 receivers are included in further bundles. Use several transmitters with different frequencies to deliver audio to different teams on the set, or use one transmitter to provide audio to many receivers.
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
- SilentPA-TX x1
- SilentPA-RX x 4
- Headset for silent PA x1
- 5 WP-1 protective pouch
- 1/8″ headphone output x2
HOW TO AVOID MICROPHONE FEEDBACK
There are a few techniques for preventing microphone feedback. Keep the microphone as far away from the speakers as you can while still maintaining a clear line of sight. A feedback loop is unavoidable if the microphone is placed too near or pointed towards the speakers. Additionally, excessive treble on the system output or the Mic channel can result in feedback. Drop the treble a bit and see if the setting produces the required tone.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are two methods for doing this. 1) Obtain a radio frequency (RF) modulator, insert the visual output from your video source into it, then connect the RF modulator to your TV. 2) Join the video input of your VCR to the video output of your video source. Connect a wire to the “antenna in” on your TV using the “antenna out” or “out to TV” jack.
The professional quality of the vocals on recordings and in the radio can be attributed to echo. Singers love this effect very much. Vocals are given a very ambient quality as a result. While most vocals benefit greatly from a little echo, it is not always essential.
When a message simply travels in one direction, from sender to receiver, there is no feedback. Listening to top executives’ policy pronouncements and watching or listening to radio or television broadcasts are two examples of one-way communication.
One-way communication is the conveyance of information from the sender to the recipient without the recipient having the chance to respond to the sender. The most common uses of one-way communication are to impart factual information or to influence or manipulate the receiver into acting in a particular way.
Because it moves in a straight line from sender to receiver and is used to inform, persuade, or command, one-way communication is linear and constrained. Feedback from the recipient to the sender is a constant feature of two-way communication, which informs the sender whether the message was correctly understood.
One-way communication is when information is sent from a sender to a receiver without any feedback. One-way communication can be used by the sender to educate, amuse, persuade, or dominate the audience.
Media Communication is the right response. Technology aimed towards a large audience is referred to as mass media. The great majority of the general populace may be reached using it as their main communication tool.
In order to determine the effect on children’s development, experts have now contrasted mother-child interaction while watching TV with reading books or playing with toys. The findings indicate that watching TV can have a negative impact on literacy and language development by reducing parent-child interaction.
One-way communication between the sender and the recipient is made easier by television. This enables the sender to influence, amuse, educate, and empower the audience.
According to the linear or transmission model of communication, which is depicted in Figure 2.2. 1, communication is a purposeful, one-way transmission of messages between a sender and a receiver (Ellis & McClintock, 1990). Within a communication interaction, this paradigm places special emphasis on the sender and message.