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Zoom H2: This portable recorder has four mic capsules onboard for 360-degree recording. With four mic capsules in a W-X/Y configuration, the audio is decoded instantly, bringing these four signals together for stereo imaging. For maximum flexibility, users can record from the front of the H2 in a 90-degree pickup pattern or the rear of the H2 in a 120-degree pickup pattern at up to 96kHz/24-bit resolution as a WAV file, or as an MP3 file at bitrates up to 320kb/s. Additionally, a 360-degree pickup pattern can be recorded at up to 48kHz/24-bit resolution to convert recordings to 5.1 surround.
Air Horn: Working independently or in conjunction with Air Sleuth Pro is the Air Horn. Air Horn is a stable 2.4GHz ISM band signal generator that can be selectively set to generate RF signals for any number of the 11 Wi-fi channels. It has three transmission modes: Single Channel, Traverse all Channels and Peak. Air Horn can be used to assist in antenna placement, RF shield effectiveness, wireless network stress testing, etc. Air Horn is also sold as a software-based application.
Zed-14: This stereo mixer provides 13 independent sources to the mix, 10 independent outputs, two pre-fade and two post-fade aux sends, a USB send and return for PC or Mac recording, playback and effects, a unique dual stereo input capability, and advanced monitoring facilities. It has six mono channels with a responsive three-band, swept mid-channel EQ, and four stereo channels with a two-band EQ, in 100mm faders. In addition to the twin TRS jack inputs, flexible dual input options include stereo return on RCA, 2TRK on RCA, and USB interface. Larger versions of the console are available.
EXC250: The new case, heavy-duty fans and heatsink are specially designed for 24/7 operation even at severe conditions. The unit features a large LCD display, switching power supply for 110V/220V operation, soft start, digital temperature sensor, current sensor, backup protection for SWR, nine-pole low pass filter to meet FCC spectral rules, RF monitor and 45dB stereo separation.
Don't Forget: This unit monitors tasks such as switching the local-remote switch or shutting the door on the aux transmitter, and reminds the user if the action is forgotten before he leaves the site. Don't Forget features six jumper selectable inputs for either N.O. or N.C. conditions, three opto-probe LED and visible light sensor inputs, LEDs for each monitored input. One opto-probe may be used to monitor a selected LED or light source for applications such as local-remote switches, over-modulation LEDs or any other light source desired. Don't Forget can also be used as a fault-alerting system and is easily interfaced with a remote control.
Extreamer 1000: The Extreamer 1000 combines Instreamer and Exstreamer technology into a single device, adding several new features including a host of inputs and outputs. Eight contact closures allow broadcasters to transport data information with the audio to trigger and control local announcements, such as station identification, an EAS signal or even local studio cut-ins to a national feed.
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