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Industrial: The Cable Up Industrial line features a high-performance, yet rugged combination of low capacitance AES/EBU quality cable. The connectors are fitted with gold plated contacts for reliable professional use at a competitive price. The Industrial line has a one-year unconditional, no questions asked replacement warranty and a limited lifetime warranty covering defects in material and workmanship.
Anti-slip cable pad
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ASP-OWP: The ASP-OWP Series anti-slip cable pads are designed to improve cable management and performance in broadcast applications. When cable is dropped in from the top of racks and enclosures where hook-and-loop or wire-tie-type fasteners are used, the weight of the cable creates a significant and often problematic strain on the tie, connection and horizontal to vertical transition points. The pads have been designed to remove close to 40 percent of the cable weight off the tie point, while reducing pull tension where cables are fastened to meet or exceed cable manufacturers' requirements. These unique pads eliminate the need to over tighten the cable fastener to the point where it deforms or kinks the cables, an issue that can interrupt critical broadcast transmissions.
Computer audio interface
BB2: Primarily designed to address the needs of radio editors, the BB2 is a simple user interface that provides a standard eight streams of audio playback and editing and concentrates on the crucial task of rapid editing capabilities. Full interchange with more sophisticated Sadie systems is included and the unit can be upgraded to the more fully featured PCM2 software. Full interchange with other more powerful Sadie Series 5 systems, in addition to other manufacturer's equipment, is provided to allow projects to be migrated to larger systems when required. The hardware provides two channels of input which can be switched between microphone, line or digital (S/PDIF), and two channels of output: line, headphones and digital (S/PDIF). The unit is connected to the host PC via USB2.0.
Dynamic RDS encoder
Dolphin: The Dolphin is an easy-to-use dynamic RDS encoder that supports all services and features in common use. Dolphin's specifications and operation have been designed to satisfy the most demanding requirements in the RDS generation and broadcasting. Using state-of-art, high-speed DSP technology, Dolphin ensures the purest modulation quality. Its digital architecture also guarantees long-term reliability and easy firmware updates. PC control software comes with the unit. It allows control and setting in an easy and intuitive way of all RDS data and of signal generation parameters (level and phase, synchronism source, etc). The basic software screen always displays, in real time, PS and RT content currently on air, allowing a full and immediate monitor of RBDS broadcasting, even when an FM tuner is not available.
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Upgrades and Updates
Axia Audio has released a beta-software release of its IP audio driver for Mac users. Contact Axia to evaluate it. (www.axiaaudio.com)...Vorsis has released software version 1.5.0 Four Mode for the VP-8 processer, which expands the VP-8 from two modes to four modes of operation: FM (with stereo encoder), AM, FM-HD and AM-HD. (www.vorsis.com)...BW Broadcast has developed an AM version of its entry-level DSPX Mini processor called the DSPX Mini-AM. (www.bwbroadcast.com)...The Omnia One family of processors has been expanded to include the Omnia One Studio Pro for production use in the studio settings or as a preprocessor. (www.omniaaudio.com)...Inovonics has begun shipping its new flagship RDS encoder, the Model 730, which was built on the success of the Model 713. (www.inovon.com)
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