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These portable radio systems include everything needed for remote, temporary or emergency operation, including BE's AudioVAULT studio control system and 1kW STX LP transmitter along with mixer, audio processor and audio-over-IP connectivity in one rugged case. The STX LP is a lightweight, solid-state transmitter with built-in FM exciter, backup controller and more; it includes IP connectivity for monitoring RF operation remotely from any laptop or PC. AudioVAULT is an all-inclusive automation system with studio tools for creating, managing and delivering audio programming. It offers fully automated or live-assist operation with local or remote control via an IP connection. It can receive and play IP audio sent over the IP data network and can also accept outside audio sources for recording or playout. Easily transportable, these systems are for backup or temporary operation during extreme weather conditions or other emergency situations when a portable, "mission critical" system is needed.
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