This year Clear-Com had a lot of new products to show off, including the FreeSpeakII Base Station, DX410 Wireless Intercom, and HelixNet 3.0. All of these products have the familiar high quality and durable construction, versatile, and with a simple or intuitive interface that Clear Com is known for. The FreeSpeakII allows for flexibility in the use and management of wired or wireless intercom systems acting as a base station for signal transmission or as a headset master station for users to make or receive calls to anyone on the system. It operates in either the 1.9GHz or 2.4GHz frequency bands, has a browser based system management tool to be able to monitor or make changes in real time, and can interact with any standard 2 or 4 wire partyline or audio devices. The DX410 is a two-channel 2.4 GHz digital wireless intercom system that incorporates up to 15 BP410 wireless beltpacks and/or WH410 all-in-one wireless headsets. The WH410 has outstanding audio quality and comfortability, especially for an all-in one. HelixNet 3.0, as its name might imply, is a software update to the existing HelixNet system increasing the system capacity up to 12 party line channels or 24 with the purchase of additional licensing. With 3.0 you can also assign an unlimited number of pre-defined roles or labels to each individual user, utilize the remote mic kill of ALL channels, and view/manage all users via the same browser based management software used in the FreeSpeakII.