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This distributor of radio broadcasting equipment with 10 offices across the country supplies the broadcasters with a range of audio and RF equipment by more than 200 manufacturers. Products include AM and FM transmitters, antennas, coaxial cable, and STL and RPU equipment, a complete range of studio products, such as audio consoles, microphones, amplifiers, speakers and digital audio editing and storage systems. The company's site offers a complete online catalog. You can also review articles from the RF Spectrum newsletter and download the latest version of RFS, the company's broadcast-engineering software.
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