The CEDAR SE 1 Hardware Speech Enhancer is a must for Police, security and counter-terrorism forces who require covert audio surveillance systems that are rugged while remaining as small and light as possible. The SE 1 is simple to operate and able to run on batteries as well as mains power so that it can (literally) be used in the field when necessary.
The CEDAR SE 1 Hardware Speech Enhancer offers two channels of advanced filtering and speech enhancement in a small device that sits immediately between the probes (microphones) and the headphones. It offers minimal latency and the simplest possible controls and has a 12V power input that allows it to run on mains or battery power, all of which make it ideal for covert surveillance and rapid tactical response.
Supplied in its own rugged case, the SE 1 itself is small enough to fit into your pocket, yet its advanced audio processing capabilities allow field operatives to monitor audio, reduce noise and improve the listenability of audio captured in adverse conditions. It's flexible too. The SE 1 integrates easily with other equipment using either analogue or digital inputs and outputs and incorporates two independent headphone outputs for live monitoring directly from the unit itself. You can use a single SE 1 to monitor two microphones in a single location, or two listeners can monitor single microphones in separate locations, or you can take the input from a single source and create two output signals- the untreated audio and the filtered audio- so that courts and investigators can hear both the original sound and the filtered version.
The SE 1's audio processing is far more sophisticated than that of conventional noise reduction products, offering two simultaneous processes that maximize listenability and intelligibility. The first is a powerful noise suppressor based upon CEDAR's ground-breaking FNR forensic noise reduction system. The second is a dynamic signal enhancement filter optimized to reveal the speech yet further, and which incorporates a limiter to avoid output clipping distortion if a sudden loud sound occurs when monitoring an otherwise quiet signal.