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The RMXdigital has an intercom feature allowing players outside the on-air studio to contribute to the on-air program. The show's webmaster, Ryan Greenwood, often contributes to the show over the intercom, which is picked up by the microphones to create a “drive-through” audio effect. Intercom stations are also present in the screener room, production studio, TOC and TV control area.

The production studio features a Harris NetWave eight-channel mixer (NetWave-8). The NetWave-8 serves as an edge device for VistaMax, with three channels used for external audio source selection, and several more to route sources to and from the automation system.

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Design Team

Cox Birmingham: Tom Scott, director of engineering

Harris Corporation: Nick van Haaster, architectural and interior design, and installation; Todd Peterson, audio infrastructure design

Technology at Work

Acoustical Solutions
Adam A7 Powered Monitors
Avocent KVM Extenders
CBT Classic On Air Light
Harris VistaMax (Audio Management System), RMXdigtal console, NetWave console, VistaMax Intercom System, 3x6 Headphone Distribution Amp, HRK Integrator Racks
Sony Professional Headphones
Symentrix 6200 Dual Channel Processor
Telos Broadcast Telephone System

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