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   How to use MX2100

You can hear the MX2100 with VQR restoration or Skype

VIDEO #1 : the MX2100 mini console (English closed captions)

VIDEO #2: Using smart phone and Skype (English spoken)

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Operation MANUAL



MX 2100


MX 2100 Operation Facilities

Digital USB Miniature Console
A new Solidyne landmark in remote broadcasting.


The quickest and easiest way to use MX 2100 is using its internal microphone with excellent quality and headphones for sound return from study.

With rechargeable batteries that last 16 hours the MX 2100 does not even need to use a microphone. In fact you can carry it in your pocket!

Connections with Auto Routing for error-free operation

The MX2100 offers the greatest variety of of operation ways at the market.
All type of mobile transmission, even the most complex, is efficiently
handled by the MX2100
But their control panel is very easy to operate; without the need
of signal routing switches

This great simplicity is due to the
Auto Routing technology for automatic inputs switching
This Solidyne exclusive system allows you to do a fast connection of microphones cables, headphones and
associated equipment, because the MX2100 has internal solid state switches with logic control to perform the correct routing of audio signals
The console has internal audio compressor and AGC. This adds another automatic system for giving you a perfect and reliable operation


Operation linked to Studio using a phone line or a cell phone.

Journalists can transmit from a cell phone at the waist or in a portfolio They are connected by Bluetooth with the MX2100.
The audio return from studio is received at headphones.
Journalist can work stand alone.

A journalist having the MX 2100 on his waist and a cell phone connected by Bluetooth can transmit from anywhere of world and hear with no delay the return of Studies.
This allows that the Journalist at studio can interview a person directly.
The optional VQR technology of Solidyne allows restoring the original audio quality of the voices.
DIGITAL audio link with studio High Audio Quality

The MX 2100 is the smallest and least expensive mobile console at the world market that offers broadcasting audio quality. nFull frequency response from 30 - 15,000 Hz using Internet streaming, or very good quality of voice, using Skype. No delay in voice transmission (Skype) allows conferencing between journalists and interviewees study remote. nIt connects directly to a Notebook or Laptop via a USB port. MX2100 handles 3 microphones and handsets. The Notebook can be connected to Internet via a cable if available, or via WiFi. Or the cellular network could be used, with a 3G modem free of charge, connected to the USB port of the Notebook.
MX2100 brings a backup connection to Studio using the cell phone.
Remote Studio; full remote control of your radio.
You can install the Radio Studio at a Stadium, a Theater, or even your own house!

Using Skype you can make remote transmission in real time, without delay, including, optionally, a second console MX 2100 for interviews in locker rooms, dressing rooms of theaters, special guests, etc...
Both journalists and reporters in Studies may ask questions and interview people.

If you want to have digital audio quality 30 - 15,000 Hz is recommended to use MP3 streaming on the Internet.
This streaming mode (with showcast or icecast server) is also recommended in cases of having a bad Internet connection because streaming eliminates interruptions.
However, the streaming have several seconds of delay (up to 15 seconds in some cases). For this reason you must generate at remote location all commercials and music. This also allows all journalists and radio operators to leave unattended the studio. You must use automation software at Laptop (recommended Audicom) for managing musical curtains and commercials.

Moreover, the MX 2100 provides a emergency link with Studio using a landline or cell phone.
This way you do not need technical staff at the Studio during a remote transmission.
After finishing the remote event, the radio returns to automatic or live programming from studies.