QSC Awarded Hot 50 For TSC-7t Tabletop Touchscreen Dialer

QSC recognized for its new PoE tabletop touchscreen dialer, featuring Bluetooth and Micro USB On-The-Go (OTG) connections.

Costa Mesa, CA, July 31, 2015 —QSC, a leading manufacturer of digital signal processing, networked signal transport, audio/video control systems, power amplifiers, and loudspeaker products for nearly five decades, is honored to announce it was recognized as a 2015 InfoComm Hot 50 for TSC-7t PoE Tabletop Touchscreen Dialer from New Bay Media publication InfoComm Daily.

TSC-7t Tabletop Touchscreen Dialer was selected from a hundreds of entries submitted by manufacturers introducing new products at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, Florida in June. Entries were reviewed and Hot 50 award recipients were featured in the InfoComm Daily.

“We appreciate being recognized by New Bay Media,” said Joe Pham, QSC CEO. “The launch of TSC-7t Tabletop Touchscreen Dialer at InfoComm represents the first of many in QSC’s product development pipeline aimed at the Corporate AV market, all following the same commitment to providing a native system solution for the IT industry.”

TSC-7t Tabletop Touchscreen Dialer can be used on any Q-SYS™ platform solution, including the new Q-SYS Core 110f DSP Appliance. It functions as an elegant telephone dialer and can additionally be used to control a myriad of third-party devices prevalent in boardrooms and meeting rooms—via the Core (no additional control processor box required).

Additionally, TSC-7t meets a common BYOD (bring your own device) audio need. When meeting participants run UC or web conferencing applications on their own devices, they can easily connect the 2-way audio from that device to the Q-SYS system using the wireless Bluetooth connectivity and or Micro USB On-The-Go (OTG) connections on TSC-7t Tabletop Touchscreen Dialer.