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Broadcast communications system
Crosstalk: Wheatstone Crosstalk is a new series of monitoring and communications stations for radio broadcast facilities. Crosstalk integrates with the Wheatstone Wheatnet-IP audio-over-IP and Bridge TDM networking systems. It is ideal for news operations, two-way communication with talent and production staff, locally and at remote sites. Crosstalk is a perfect TOC monitoring station, with the ability to talk down remote feeds for pre-air setup. Crosstalk R-16 is a rack-mount station with 15 pre-programmable talk/listen keys, one dial-up talk/listen key, built-in speaker, front-panel mic, communications XLR-5 headset jack, and stereo ¼" headphone jack. Desktop versions with eight and 16 talk/listen keys are also available.
Analog to AES digital converter
AESAD: The AESAD provides extremely high quality analog-to-AES digital conversion. It features mic or line input with 48V phantom available, 110 ohm balanced and 75 ohm unbalanced outputs, dual function meters to display either digital output or analog input levels, a headphone monitor, is powered by internal batteries or external power input, and converts to the most popular AES sample rates.
Radio automation system
WO Automation for Radio: Formerly Google Radio Automation, WO Automation for Radio ensures that stations are on the air every minute of every day. With it, stations can ingest, manage and broadcast audio content, and it integrates fully with WO Traffic. Features include instant availability, podcasting, HD Radio support, third-party widgets and an API, scalability and an imitated on-air screen.
Guardian Panel Mounts: A simple steel recessing ring, the Guardian Panel Mount offers protection to connectors on a custom panel by easily recessing them out of harms' way. The mounts increase connector safety when used as recessed low-voltage mounting ring or when installed in NEMA-style surface-mount or flush-mounted electrical boxes. As a recessed low-voltage ring, a Guardian Panel Mount can be easily mounted directly into a wall or anywhere else by using mounting screws, fasteners or toggle bolts. A custom connector panel is then attached to the recessed flange, providing protected connectivity. When used in conjunction with an electrical box, the mount can be ordered in the exact box size for surface-mount installations. Alternatively, the panel mount can be ordered with a flange one inch larger than the electrical box for flush-mounted applications, effectively enabling the wide flange to cover any seam between the box and the surrounding wall.
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