Wuppertal, Germany (May 3, 2013)-Montreal-based Le Hangar Images has installed Riedel intercoms in a new mobile production unit that can handle up to 16 cameras.
"We designed this mobile unit to give producers and directors access to cutting-edge technologies with a competitive cost structure, and we are proud to say the resulting truck has been a complete success," said Jonathan Fortin, co-owner of Le Hangar Images. "Providing comms that our clients say is 'off the charts' in terms of sonic quality and ease of use, Riedel is a big part of that success."
Le Hangar Images has equipped its unique mobile unit with an Artist 32 digital matrix intercom mainframe, on which two Cat5 client cards enable connection of eight digital control key-panel ports on individual RJ-45 connectors. One AIO-108 G2 analog client card supplies eight transformer-balanced, four-wire intercom ports on individual RJ-45 connectors to enable connections to equipment including studio loudspeakers, cameras, four-wire leased landlines and telephone hybrids. The installation includes four 16-key rack-mounted key panels, three eight-key desktop key panels and six dual-channel beltpacks.