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Back in 1968, Bob Cohen and Charlie Button founded Clear-Com and created the very first production intercom—known as the RS-100 distributed amplifier analog beltpack system—which was used for production communication by legendary San Francisco rock bands and artists such as Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, and the Grateful Dead.

While having diversified over the past 50 years into myriad markets, excellence in communication systems remains Clear-Coms roots. Clear-Com president, Bob Boster, says “The dramatic development of live music production values in recent years, including cutting-edge lighting, video, choreography, robotics, and other special effects, is only possible with sophisticated and reliable communications.”