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Intercom rental. Intercoms are independent electronic communication systems used for limited or private dialogue. Intercoms can be both wireless and wired. Additionally, these communication systems can activate electronic devices like Tally on camera.

Intercom systems are used in productions such as television programs, sports broadcasts or in shows such as concerts and theaters. Intercom systems allow the director or producer to communicate with their technical team, presenter or manager on set, allowing effective coordination by departments.

An intercom (intercom system) is an electronic device that allows direct and instant bidirectional or multi-directional communication between users of an audiovisual production. These systems are essential for correct communication.

Types of Intercom Systems

Wireless and Wired Intercom Systems: Wired systems require a physical connection between intercom units, while wireless systems use radio or Bluetooth signals, offering more flexibility of movement.

Helmet Intercoms: Used in industries where workers need to communicate while keeping their hands free and wearing protective helmets, such as in construction or in event and film production.

Intercom Applications in Audiovisual Production

In the context of audiovisual productions and live events, intercom systems are essential to coordinate work teams effectively. They allow directors, technicians, camera operators, and production staff to communicate in real time, coordinate camera movements, lighting adjustments, and script or set changes in a synchronized manner. The systems used in these situations are usually highly reliable and are often wireless to facilitate mobility.

Key Intercom Features

Audio Clarity: Fundamental for communication to be effective under any circumstance.

Reliable Connection: It must offer a strong and stable connection to guarantee uninterrupted communications.

Easy to Use: Simple interfaces so that any user can operate them without extensive training.

Durable: Able to withstand use in different environments and conditions, especially in field productions or outdoor events.

Selecting an Intercom System

When choosing an intercom system, it is important to consider the range needed, the number of users that needs to be supported simultaneously, and whether it requires audio, video, or both capabilities. It is also crucial to consider the environment in which it will be used, as this can affect the selection between a wired or wireless system, as well as durability and weather resistance requirements.

Intercoms have evolved significantly over time, incorporating technologies such as Internet connectivity, encryption for security, and integration with other communication and security systems, making them more powerful and versatile tools in a variety of contexts.

Hollyland Mars T1000 Intercom Rental

Hollyland Mars T1000 wireless communication systems are perfect for communication in broadcasts and filming. It is made up of a base station and four bodypacks that allow two-way communication between 5 people wirelessly up to 300 meters.

One of the new features of the Hollyland T1000 intercom base station is that it supports wireless tally. It has an OLED screen that shows the status of each flask.

Hollyland Solidcom C1 Intercom Rental

Hollyland Solidcom C1 wireless communication systems are ideal for communication during filming and recording, allowing communication between 9 members of the technical-artistic team. The Solidcom C1 Intercom system also allows the creation of two communication groups A/B, achieving more effective and specific communication.

The Hollyland Solidcom C1 Intercom system has a range of up to 350 meters. The transceiver built into the Solidcom C1 Pro's master headset provides a reliable wireless two-way communication range of up to 350 meters. This allows equipment to stay connected and move freely in large spaces, such as large pavilions, film sets, live event stages, etc.