Interspace Industries MC3-S2 TFC MicroCue3 3 USB Cueing System Twin Pro Kit with 2x 2-Button Standard Handset


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    MC3-S2 TFC - Overview

    The MicroCue3 brings ease of use, reliability and control to the world of the small to medium presentation. A single MicroCue3, offers three USB ports to control three computers, using separate front panel buttons that also show the status of that connection. An LCD screen shows the cues of the taught handsets, the signal strength, and just as important, the battery condition of the handset itself.

    By far the greatest upgrade has been on the back of the unit. The 2 XLR connections for our own proprietary network, i2Net. This has been developed for ease of use and distance between connected devices (currently tested to 1500m). Plugging two MicroCue3 (MC3) units together with an XLR cable (and additional power supply), will multiply the RF web in your venue. They will share their handsets while powered up. They will both forget when powered down, so ensuring they are ready on the next show too.
    Using multiple units, you can create a web of coverage for the most difficult of venues to get that signal through. Using four together can ensure all four corners are covered.

    Using multiple units on the technical desk allows you to use many computers on one click of the handset - 12 computers with 4x MicroCue3 units - for that multilingual, multigraphic with one ahead and notes computers, that you need on that show.

    The Pro Dual system comes in it own plastic hard flight case that includes a 12V power supply to power the network when needed.

    MC3-S2 TFC - Required Accessories

      MC3-S2 TFC - Recommended Accessories

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