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Clear-Com Exclusive Intercom Provider for TFW Pavilion

Clear-Com Exclusive Intercom Provider for TFW Pavilion

Tempest2400 Wireless Intercom System Manages Production for Pavilion Stage; Company to Present Workshop on Wireless Intercoms

LAS VEGAS, OCTOBER 19, 2010 ─ Clear-Com®, a global leader in mission-critical voice communication systems, is the select intercom provider for the Technologies for Worship Pavilion at this year's LDI 2010. Pavilion organizers have selected Clear-Com's Tempest®2400 wireless intercom system to enable the communications needs among the staff and presenters on stage, where exhibitors will offer presentations to LDI attendees. In addition, the company's Senior Sales Manager Mike Rucker and CoachComm Global Sales Manager, Tempest Products, Gary Rosen, will conduct a workshop, “Cut the Cord with Wireless Intercoms,” at the Pavilion on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 at 2:00 p.m., as well as conduct Tempest2400 product demonstrations during the show.clear-com-tempest2400-wireless-system_4-channel.jpg

During the workshop, Rucker and Rosen will discuss the benefits, performance levels and capabilities of the latest wireless intercoms. In addition, they will take a look at some key factors to consider when selecting a wireless intercom system, such quality, RF technology and budget. They will pay particular attention to utilizing 2.4 GHz band systems, to ensure robust, reliable communications and allowing interference-free communications even in environments heavily populated by other wireless devices. All “Cut the Cord with Wireless Intercoms” workshop attendees will receive complimentary Clear-Com CC-27 Single Ear Wraparound Headsets.

At the Pavilion, Clear-Com will conduct two separate Tempest2400 product demonstrations highlighting its Version 2.0 firmware update, which introduces many appealing new features and functions that increase the capacity, flexibility and usability of the system. Tempest2400, available in two- and four-channel versions, is a cost-effective option for audio professionals in houses of worship who require fewer channels of communications and offers users unprecedented access to license-free communications. The Tempest2400 product demonstrations will take place on Friday, October 23rd and Saturday, October 24th, 2010, both at 3:45 p.m.

All Technologies for Worship workshops are available on a first-come, first-served basis, to guarantee your spot, register at:

For more information or if you would like to register for the show, please visit:

Audio professions at LDI 2010 can also learn more about Clear-Com's solutions for church production by visiting Booth 1834. In addition to Tempest2400, the company will be showcasing its innovative unified intercom platform, HelixNetâ„¢ Party-line.

About Clear-Com

Clear-Com®, an HME company, is the global leader in mission-critical voice communication systems for professional productions. Since 1968, Clear-Com developed and marketed a comprehensive range of analog, digital and IP-based wired and wireless intercom technologies for party-line and point-to-point communications. Recognized for our legacy of intercom innovations, production teams around the world have come to depend on Clear-Com for clear, reliable and scalable communication solutions. More information about Clear-Com can be found at

About HM Electronics, Inc. (HME)

A privately held company founded in 1971, HME has continued to be a leading provider of innovative technology focused on enhancing productivity and customer service for multiple markets including pro audio, sports, and restaurants. HME developed the first wireless intercom system for pro audio and continues to introduce exciting, cutting-edge wireless intercoms that enhance communications, increase productivity and facilitate creativity for virtually any application. HME's comprehensive line of wireless intercoms – including the award winning PRO850 UHF and DX Series Digital Intercoms – are designed with the user in mind. In addition to pioneering the first wireless intercom for the pro audio industry, HME was the first to develop the wireless headset system for the drive-thru quick service restaurant market. More information can be found at

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