AETA Audio retires Scoopy+S to focus on ScoopyFlex portable codec
AETA Audio has announced the end of production of its iconic Scoopy+S, with the final two units delivered to a customer.
Its successor is the ScoopyFlex, which offers advanced features such as 5G, integrated Bluetooth and WiFi as well as two mobile connections, recording, editing and playback.
The codec consists of a mobile device and a docking station. With the docking station, users can transform their mobile device into a full-featured commentary desk, offering more flexibility.
The ScoopyFlex is suitable for live reporting and interviews, providing secure, high-quality audio broadcasting. Reporters can work in optimal sanitary conditions by connecting up to two microphones and having the option of up to four positions with the docking station.
French sales director Vincent Boulben said: “The Scoopy+S is retiring after 23 years of loyal service and making way for its successor, the ScoopyFlex.”
Arnaud Fougerat, AETA product manager, added: ”I believe that as most people have moved from a simple phone to a smartphone, it is time for us to move from Scoopy+S to ScoopyFlex.”