The easy-to-use ScoopFone HD is designed for the needs of journalists, mobile or on-the-spot reporters. It also performs great in TV wireless coordination and any live long distance communication where professional quality matters.
The HD-Voice 7 kHz wideband sound quality allows the full signature character of the reporter’s voice to be heard, leading to greater audience involvement and loyalty. Two mobile network antennas provide better performance in case of marginal coverage. Microphone input and line input can be mixed. ScoopFone HD supports all microphones so there is no need to replace the one you are familiar with. With rechargeable batteries lasting for more than five hours, ScoopFone HD offers the perfect combination of mobility, sound quality and quality of service.
The ScoopFone is also available in a rackmount version, ScoopFone HD-R.
To know the bands used by the operators in a given country, you can for instance check on this site.
You can find a list of the network operators that support the "HD voice" service in the section "Information Papers" besides.
Download here the file for updating the firmware to the last version V1.05.
Copy this update file into the root of a USB stick; switch your ScoopFone on and wait for full startup; plug the USB stick into the rear panel of the ScoopFone, press the <OK> button to acknowledge the “Update Unit from USB?” message and initiate the firmware update. Updating the firmware will last for about 5 minutes, and the unit will be automatically restarted.
You can get on this page the firmware revision history and details.
If you register your product, we will provide you with information on product news, firmware releases, and all other information that may be useful to users of our products. You can register your product here.
HD Voice delivers higher quality voice transmissions by extending the frequency of range of traditional or narrowband voice calls (300 Hz to 3400 Hz) out to wideband audio ranges (50 Hz to 7000 Hz). The 7 kHz wideband sound quality allows the full signature character of the reporter’s voice to be heard, leading to greater audience involvement and loyalty.
Look for more about HD Voice in our FAQ page.