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Public radio station KPCC has installed a 48-port Clear-Com Eclipse Median digital matrix intercom system with V-Series Panels at its new radio broadcast facility in Pasadena, CA. Additional V-Series Panels are in place at the station's downtown facility for communication between the two locations. KPCC also uses a Clear-Com Concert Intercom-over-IP communications system for contact between its staff in the field and those in the studio.
Wexford, Ireland's South East Radio has just commissioned new on-air studios using Axia Audio mixing consoles and AoIP routing equipment. The installation includes an Axia Element 2.0 console and PowerStation integrated console engine along with multiple Axia audio nodes.
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