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APT Worldcast Equinox

IP audio codec
APT
Booth C751
Worldcast Equinox: The Worldcast Equinox enables delivery of bidirectional stereo over IP and ISDN links. Noteworthy features include automatic back-up from IP to ISDN, support for SIP/SDP and interoperability with other manufacturers' codecs using Layer III bonding. Additional functionality is priced as optional add-ons, ensuring that the user pays for only those features that are most important to them.
800-955-APTX
www.aptx.com
info@aptx.com


Mixing console
Lawo
Booth C2217
Crystal: This control surface features buttons illuminated by RGB LEDs that allow for color coding of the various functions and a high-resolution OLED displays guarantee an optimum readability from every angle. And as one of the two displays per channel always shows the selected source, it is easy for users to see a status overview all the time. The console chassis is made completely of aluminum with an abrasion-proof surface.
+49 7222 1002 0
www.lawo.de
info@lawo.de


RCS iPush

Recording app
RCS
Booth C2628
iPush: Ipush is the latest mobile application for Nex Gen Digital; it records one or more news reports or remote inserts and sends them to Nex Gen Digital via an integrated version of WANcasting. The audio then lands into the system for playback on the air. With RCS iPush, users can leave bulky recording equipment at the studio and still capture events. Ipush works with an iPhone or second generation or newer iPod Touch. It is compatible with the phone's microphone, or upgrade to plug-in higher quality over-the-counter microphones.
914-428-4600
www.rcsworks.com
info@rcsworks.com


Emergency messaging platform
Digital Alert Systems
Booth C3651
DASDEC-II: DASDEC-II leverages common information exchange protocols and offers a broad range of physical connections and third-party interfaces. Any standard Web-browser on a PC, Mac or smartphone can be used to view, change or activate DASDEC functions. With its optional three internal receivers, it can monitor any standard AM/FM/WX frequency, on any individual receiver with band selection, tuning, level adjustment and even live audio monitoring over the network. EAS alert details are presented on an integrated NTSC character generator screen, or connect the DASDEC to a wide range of other third-party CGs for crawling text overlays or automation control.
585-765-2254
www.digitalalertsystems.com
info@digitalalertsystems.com


Samson Technologies XP510i

Portable PA system
Samson Technologies
Booth C1422
XP510i: The XP510i boasts dual two-way speakers and a detachable 10-channel mixer with a 500W (2 ¡Á 250) Class D amplifier. The speakers employ 10" woofers in vented enclosures for outstanding bass response while 1" high-frequency drivers deliver sweet highs. For transport, the speakers slide together, the mixer locks into the back of one speaker and the cables pack up in the back of the other for a single unit that weighs just over 50 pounds.
631-784-2200
www.samsontech.com
info@samsontech.com


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