Become more flexible and mobile in the field

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The Quicklink Talkback app is essential for the journalist who wants to become more flexible and mobile in the field. With its easy interface and touch screen options you can to connect to your Quicklink Playout Server for single Talkback, or purchase the additional software or Talkback Server that will guarantee you 12 extra channels of talkback. The app allows a simple selection by a button press of Anchor / IFB Audio, allowing you to negotiate between multiple accounts.

iPhone App  Android App

 

The Quicklink 12-channel Talkback Server plays an integral role in the work flow between the broadcasting studio, anchor, and reporter. It enables the studio to speak live with the field reporter over the IP connection established for the video stream.

A complementary product to the Quicklink Media Manager, this allows MCR’s Main Control Rooms the ability to remotely control the workflow of all field based reporters.

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Product Highlights

Talkback App

  • 12 channel Talkback feature
  • Low delay – <300ms
  • Easy interface and touch screen options
  • 1 channel AAC-HE or AAC-LC from 12kbps to 56kbps supported for Multi IFB server
  • Will play any RTSP AAC HE/LC audio stream. Requires a web server to work

 

Talkback Server

  • 12 balanced TRS connectors
  • Accepts unbalanced signals
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz, +0.1dB
  • Dynamic Range: 113dB A-weighted
  • THD+n: <0.002% A-weighted
  • Nominal Input Level: +4dBu or -10dBV (software configurable)
  • Maximum Input Level: +17.5dBu
  • RTSP Standards based IFB Talkback Server
  • Creates 12 mono channels of talkback from 12 Analogue Sources
  • One to many solution
  • Fully configurable ports
  • QMM compatible

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Product Summary

Talkback App 

Designed to tie in with Quicklink’s range of broadcast tools, the Quicklink  IFB Talkback application is a good fit for the TV broadcast industry, as well as dozens of other uses in government, military, CCTV, emergency services, NGO’s and others.

Talkback Server

A complimentary product to the Quicklink Media Manager, that allows the MCR (Main Control Room) the ability to completely control remotely the workflow of all field based reporters.

The Quicklink Talkback Workflow Applications

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Technical Information

Audio Channels 12 Mono Channels
Audio Inputs Balanced Analog 1/4” TRS connectors
+4dBu or -10dBV nominal (software configurable) Maximum input level +17.5dBu
Audio Encoding AAGLC & HE-AAC mono channel software, configured bitrate
Bandwidth 12kbps-320kbps (variable)
Network Dual Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps
IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab
RJ-45 dual port
Network Protocol Audio Stream: UDP
Audio Request: UDP/RTSP
Remote Desktop: TCP
Connection Audiofire-IFB Server: IEEE-1394, Firewire
Software Console Setting, monitoring and metering
Setup and Control VGA, USB keyboard and mouse. Windows Remote Desktop
Front access LCD panel and keypad: SSD storage for reliability and upgrades
Power Requirement 19V DC input 100~240V via power transformer (Supplied), 12V DC option
Power Consumption IFB Server: 130W maximum
Dimensions IFB Server: 1RU 422mm (W) x 43mm (H) x 230mm (D)
Audiofire: 1RU 483mm (W) x 44mm (H) x 178mm (D)
Weight IFB Server: 3.3kg
Audiofire: 3.2kg
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