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Sound system packages
Anchor Audio Communications/Portaco
Xtreme: Xtreme is one of Anchor's loudest portable sound systems. The two wireless microphones allow users to roam the venue with clear sound. Press conferences, sporting events, movie screenings or remotes are just some of the possible uses for this powerful sound system.
Aquira: Aquira is scalable from a single station to multi-station or multi-location broadcast groups. With a modern user interface, a user can open multiple logs at the same time and drag and drop spots from one log to another. Its report writing gives the user the power to create custom reports and save them with an easy-to-use Report Builder Tool. With Flexible Rate management, the user can maintain special control over each station. Powerful accounting functions generate a single invoice or send a group of invoices from a customized list at the click of a button.
Radio broadcast transmitters
HPX Series: HPX transmitters are available in analog FM-only or common amplification HD Radio versions, and incorporate an advanced transmitter control system. The -compact design of the HPX transmitter utilizes matching amplifier and power supply cabinets to minimize the footprint at the transmission facility. Its common architecture at all power levels simplifies the upgrade path for stations who wish to migrate from analog-only to an HD Radio common-amplification system or increase HD Radio broadcasting power to the proposed -10dB when needed.
Digital audio cable
Brilliance AES/EBU: This single-pair cable is ideal for use in permanent installations of balanced-line analog or digital audio. In the presence of unbalanced signals, the addition of a balun will enable the cable to support many coax-based signal types, such as analog audio, S/PDIF digital audio and professional AES3-ID digital audio, as well as surveillance cameras.
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