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    Automated Home Jr Member trevorjdaniel's Avatar
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    Default IP/Network Microphone

    Hi,

    Does anyone know of a IP/Network microphone that can be used over Cat5e?

    My client, who has a distributed AV system wants to use OneVoice (http://www.onev.com/mcc/) to control his media centres. But, obviously, as the media centres are in a rack and the screens are out in the rooms, I need to get the voice from the screens back to the media centres via the network.

    Anyone got any ideas or seen any products that could do this please?

    Thanks

    Trev

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    Default Re: IP/Network Microphone

    Thinking about it.....

    Am I over-engineering this?

    Would it be possible to simply put an rj45 connector on the mic and feed it straight over the wire? At the other end, simply make a rj45 to mic plug?

    Obviously distance might prove an issue...

    Any thougts chaps?

    Trev

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    Default Re: IP/Network Microphone

    That would work. You could use the Abitana Audio RJ45 adapter at both ends. Part number is ABI-AC1009S00 in the UK you can get them from Mini Tran. www.minitran.co.uk
    A good description of this can be found here
    http://www.abitana.com/webshop/en-gb/dept_4.html

    Hope this helps.

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    Default Re: IP/Network Microphone

    Hi toscal,

    Thanks for the reply. As you say, that looks like exactly what I need.

    Trev

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