WorldCast Systems - Audemat FMB50


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Worldcast Systems - Audemat FMB50

RDS encoder

Based on the same hardware as the FMB80 with its reliability, quality and functionality, the new FMB50 is available at an affordable price point and can be easily upgraded should you require more extensive functionality in the future. In addition to the scrolling PS which scrolls dynamic messages such as song titles and artist information, the interactive functionality offered by the FMB50 enables listeners to access Web-related data or a music store, use an EPG to schedule program recording, contact the station directly by SMS, e-mail or phone or gain easy access to information on commercials. Also supplied as standard is Audemat’s new RDS Viewer monitoring application. This displays the RDS data broadcast by the encoder and allows the broadcaster to verify integration with automation software.
305-249-3110
contact@audemat.com
www.audemat.com


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