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Omnirax Phoenix Line
A budget-friendly version of the Innova line, the Phoenix Line is a distillation of proven custom designs built with the same rugged materials and constructed with the same exacting techniques. The initial offering consists of three basic configurations: Air, Production and Talk, each available with a variety of add-ons that afford additional space or functionality. The entire line is flexible and fluid, allowing for further modifications. Curved lines enhance the experience of both operator/host and guests, creating more real estate close at hand. The guest positions are scalloped so anyone is positioned just right to be heard on the mic, reach the cough switch or make eye contact with the host.
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