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Kaltman Creations Invisible Waves IWxCPA
The IWxCPA incorporates directional circular polarization (CP) technology for both receiving and transmitting pro-audio wireless applications. It is guaranteed to reduce interference, reduce drop outs, help eliminate swishing noise artifacts, improve RF signal to noise, and enhance reception of signals propagated through and around objects. The antenna features a low-visibility flat panel sign; the theatre black IWxCPA panel faces the performance area leaving only a 1.3" edge visible to the audience.
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