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The Williams Sound IC-2 is an audio control center for simultaneous interpretation of one or more languages. As a stand-alone unit, it allows one or two interpreters to monitor floor or relay sources, activate microphone inputs, and route the interpretation signal to one of two language groups. Ideal for presentation-style conferences of up to 14 languages, where a floor and a single relay language are used. Can be used with Williams Sound FM, infrared and Digi-Wave™ transmitters for portable or fixed installations. Designed to meet international standards for portable interpretation consoles.
(1) IC-2 interpreter control console
(1) WCA 091 25’ CAT 5 cable
(1) TFP 044 power supply
*All items can be purchased separately.
10” (25.4cm) x 6.35” (6.2cm) x 2.45” (6.2cm) / 3.4 lbs (1.5 kg) / Black and Silver
External Power Supply, 18VDC Desktop Style Switching Inverter, 110-240VAC, 50-60Hz, 1A
INPUTS / OUTPUTS
3-pin XLR female jack, balanced (or unbalanced) input with 24k Ω differential input impedance, max balanced input is +19dBu
IC-2 Bus In / Out
CAT5 8p8c RJ45 female receptacle, distributes balanced line level Floor and Relay audio to another IC-2
XLR Microphone Inputs
3-pin XLR female jack, balanced (or unbalanced) input. Switchable 12VDC simplex power. Variable gain of 58 dB, 2.4k Ω balanced input impedance, maximum balanced input is +19 dBu
3.5mm Microphone Inputs
Stereo 3.5 mm TRS phone jack, pink, and stereo 3.5mm TRRS phone jack, black, unbalanced (r,s) for electret condenser mics, variable gain of 40dB. Bias is 3.7VDC through 2.7k Ω
3.5mm TRRS Headphone Output
3.5mm TRRS phone jack, Tip = Left, Ring 1 = Right, Ring 2 = GND, Sleeve = Mic. 40mW max power into 32 Ω stereo headset.
3.5mm Headphone Output
3.5mm TRS phone jack, mono or stereo headphone, 8 Ω minimum. 190mW max power into 32 Ω stereo headset.
Norm Out, Relay Out
3-pin XLR male jack, balanced output. Max output is +19dBu into 600 Ω balanced load impedance.
Left and Right rotary, controls headphone volume
Bass and Treble Tone
Left and right rotary with center detent, controls headphone bass and treble tone levels.
Push button, backlit red, mutes left and right mics while pressed.
Push button, backlit bright red, activates microphone. Right and left Mic On buttons are interlocked; mic can only be turned on if the other is off.
Floor Input, Relay Input
Push buttons, backlit blue, select listening language group. Listening modes are either/or: turning one on disables the other.
Push button, backlit yellow, selects microphone output language group: light on = Relay Out, light off = Norm Out.
Rotary gain pots control level of microphone and Floor audio.
Slide switch enables 12VDC Simplex power to XLR microphone.
Slide switch enables Floor feedthrough to Norm Out XLR jack.
Slide switch enables Floor feedthrough to Relay Out XLR jack.
Slide switch disconnects Chassis and Audio Grounds internal to the console.
Peak Level Indicator
Green LED on back panel indicates optimal audio output level on Norm Out XLR when blinking.
Relay Output in Use Indicator
Yellow LED on front panel indicates when Relay Output is in use.
45Hz to 20kHz, +0/-3dB re: 1kHz with flat bass/treble
Distortion at 1kHz
<0.5% THD @ full power
Signal to Noise Ratio
>82dB @ 1kHz
>63dB @ 1kHz
Bass: +12dB Boost or -12dB Cut @ 100Hz
Treble: +12dB Boost or -12dB Cut @ 10kHz
Approvals and Declarations
CE, FCC, Industry Canada, RoHS, C-Tick, CB
5 years, parts and labor (90 days on accessories)
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|Williams Sound: What is an IC-2?|
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|Williams Sound: IC-2 and Digi-Wave|
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|Williams Sound: Interpreter Control Console (IC-2)|
Overview of IC-2 interpreter control console features and functions.