Peer Review - HME DX200 Omaha NE

The HME DX200 is intuitive and easy to operate compared with other products in Omaha. The headsets, which are light-weight and comfortable, feature cabling that's reinforced at the connector to prevent premature breakage. The belt packs are small, light weight (7.4 ounces with a battery pack), and quite rugged.

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Peer Review - HME DX200

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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: April 1, 2006

By Dave Talamas

My Pick: HM Electronics (HME) DX200 digital wireless intercom system, $3,351 (base station); $739 (belt pack with pouch and two lithium batteries) MSRP.

What I Like About It: The HME DX200 is intuitive and easy to operate. The headsets, which are light-weight and comfortable, feature cabling that's reinforced at the connector to prevent premature breakage. The belt packs are small, light weight (7.4 ounces with a battery pack), and quite rugged. They feature synthesized voice prompts that notify the user of volume level, power on/off status, and other operational information. The belt packs operate all day with a small lithium battery pack. They include a rubber cover with a belt clip that provides mechanical protection. Up to 12 belt packs can be used with a single base station on a priority basis, which is a very handy feature. We regularly use six belt packs on jobs without having to use a second base station.

Frequency coordination is simplified because the system's 2,400 to 2,483.5 MHz range is away from virtually all wireless frequencies that may be used in the same venue. The DX200 is also a license-free and an encrypted digital system.

I Would Change: Offering the system with a custom fly-away case would be convenient. I'd also like remote antenna systems with the appropriate cabling, which would increase the system's range with improved antenna location.

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