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The Big Horn Radio Network, Cody, WY - Legend Communications of Wyoming
Welcome to the
Legend Communications of Wyoming.
here to see the Facility Showcase on the Big Horn Radio Network
from the February 2002 issue of BE Radio magazine.
The KODI-AM control room.
Another view of the KODI control room.
The guest position turrets have a headphone connection, mic
connection and a cough switch. The station has had good results with
the AKG headset mics.
The sports director's office has a Mackie mixer, Tascam cassette
deck, Alesis reverb, Shure mic, Sony minidisc, Sony CD player, Crown
power amp and JBL speakers. Actualities and sound bytes are dubbed into
the Broadcast Electronics AudioVault automation system.
The sales area is in the center of the building. The studios are
along the opposite wall.
The UPS and power panels in the basement. The rack room is next
The rack room is equipped with a Halon fire extinguisher
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