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ATB-300: The ATB-300 includes all of the long-asked-for functions in one convenient single rack unit box with simple, front-panel programmable functions a facility needs every day. Network feeds that are unbalanced, over/under driven, phase flipped, channel reversed, or incorrect mode can now all be fixed with the touch of a few buttons. The ATB-300 accepts analog and digital inputs to manipulate audio in the analog or digital domain quickly without the need to go off to the console first. There are countless other jobs the ATB-300 can do as a switcher, router and basic audio processing device. It allows switching between any two channels, mixing two or more channels together, turning channels on and off to create a mixer on the fly and switches to programmed sequence of channels upon failure of active channel with look back.
RMS-1000: The RMS-1000 delivers IP-based communication, extensive I/O connectivity and fanless operation. The system is ideal for broadcast monitoring, security applications, IT infrastructure management and facility supervision applications. The RMS-1000 with optional Audemat Script Easy software provides an intuitive graphical user interface that requires no software programming skills. Users simply drag and drop logic functions to define condition parameters. The software automatically generates monitoring and control scripts that deliver status reports and alerts. Script Easy includes an embedded Web server that enables configuration and status monitoring from any Internet connection. Alarms can be sent via e-mail, SNMP and Voice/DTMF interface.
FM10-HD: The successor to the FM5, the FM10-HD offers a five-band AGC followed by a 10-band limiter. The FM signal chain includes pre-emphasis and peak control as well as a reference-grade stereo generator. The HD signal chain includes its own specialized peak controller tailored for the codec utilized in FM HD Radio broadcasting. Features include: High-pass filter may operate in stereo or M/S modes; automatic audio source failover on analog and digital audio inputs; separate audio input gains for analog and digital inputs; four-band parametric equalizer; five-band linear phase crossover with adjustable crossover points; exclusive five-band Vorsis Multiband Dynamics Controller; precision 10-band final limiter with distortion masked clipper, FM output simultaneously available as AES3 and analog; reference-grade multiplex encoder with selectable composite clipper; multiplex filter; and twin composite outputs.
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