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Phoenix Studio, Phoenix Mobile: Phoenix Studio is an IP audiocodec, in a single 1U rack-mountable case, with stereo analog and digital inputs and outputs and universal power supply. Phoenix Mobile is an IP audiocodec for portable use, with a digital mixer with four analog inputs, internal LI-ION battery, protective cover and 12Vdc power supply/charger. Both units have two slots for inserting optional communication modules: POTS, ISDN, X21, V35 and GSM. In addition to the main program and return, they can simultaneously provide a backup channel utilizing the optional communication modules. They have been designed to ensure interoperability with both present and future AEQ and third-party equipment. Therefore they are equipped with a great variety of encoding formats and can be upgraded to other formats as the market matures.
Stereo line mixer
Multimix 8 Line: Multimix 8 Line is an eight-channel, line-level mixer featuring eight stereo channels with a mic/line input on channel one and stereo effects send and return. When a mono signal is present on any input or stereo send, the left signal is automatically summed to mono for mono and stereo compatibility. Two Multimix 8 Line mixers can be connected with inexpensive, common TRS cables, and the connected mixers share the same mix bus for 16 stereo input channels. An effects bus is provided so connected reverbs, compressors or other effects chains can be shared between two linked mixers. Signal clip and overload LEDs for each input and a five-stage LED level indicator at the main output are provided for visual monitoring.
Microphone stand promotional tool
Impact Towers: Impact PBS has developed a product to go where the conventional microphone flag will not. The microphone stand! Now any conventional microphone stand can become a promotional tool. Six times taller than a conventional mic flag, the Impact Tower is 16" x 3" of full color promotional space on all four sides. The quality and durability of Impact PBS just got bigger. If you are not sure what you need, Impact PBS can help you decide which size and shape works best with your logo. They will e-mail you a proof of your art showing size and shape for you to determine which looks best. Radio stations can now take their logo and website to any live event they sponsor. They also work for in-studio live performances.
Custom Foam Inserts: Once a customer has selected an SPC case to fit his requirements (size and type), SPC will then custom build the secure tool or equipment inserts for an exact fit from a variety of high-quality foam type options. Tools and test equipment, which can also be purchased through SPC, are carefully measured and specified for precise die-cut mounting to ensure a firm and secure fit in the foam inserts. In selecting their custom foam tool inserts, SPC customers can choose from soft polyurethane and denser, more rigid polyethylene foam. Options include cross-linked polyethylene, anti-static and military-grade foam with a choice of density and thickness. SPC can help in selecting the best foam-type for a specific application. Once specifications are provided and a layout created, the die-cut process stamps custom-shaped steel rules through the foam. A test sample is provided to ensure expectations are met. Upon approval, SPC processes the order -- usually within two weeks with a 25-piece minimum.
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