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Why Choose Encore?

Intuitive plug-and-play design

Easy to install and connect over standard, two-conductor shielded mic cable. Clear-Com Encore systems have front-panel key controls or ergonomically-designed beltpacks for intuitive operations – even by the novice user.

Superior Audio Clarity

Consistent audio level that does not fluctuate as users on different devices leave and join the system. Wide dynamic range and audio contouring enable the crystal clear audio known as the “Clear-Com Sound”. The beltpacks feature microphone preamp with a dynamic range of 130 db enables intelligible voice communication for every volume level.

Full-duplex, hands-free communication

With full-duplex communication, there is no delay or waiting for any user to release the communication line. Clear-Com Encore users can converse with any person on any given intercom channel(s). Encore operators have a full range of device options to remain hands-free from the intercom while on the job.

Expandable and Extendable System

Start with a small system and easily grow it to your desired system size for your group. Effortlessly tie additional Encore systems or third-party partyline systems together. Connect to an existing Encore system over IP via LQ Series IP Interfaces for additional Encore beltpacks or user stations, as well as Clear-Com Agent-IC mobile apps and third-party VoIP telephony.

System Diagram

Two-channel Main Station providing audio and power to four wired beltpacks in a daisy chain formation. Alternatively, beltpacks or wall stations could be directly connected to the Main Station in a star configuration.

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Multi-Channel Diagram Description

A two-channel or four-channel Main Station can provide intercom and power to all connected beltpacks, wall stations, and remote stations. The Main Station, a two-channel Remote Station and a line of single-channel beltpacks are connected to Channel A. All users on these stations and beltpacks communicate on this channel. Two-channel Headset Stations are wired to both channels A and B. This gives these users the flexibility of communicating on either Channel A or ChannelB. Program feed audio is connected to the Remote Station so it can be heard by the Position A as well as the Positions G and H over the Talent Receivers.

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