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LSR2300: The LSR2300 Series includes the LSR2328P bi-amplified 8" studio monitor with 165W of amplification; the LSR2325P bi-amplified 5" studio monitor with 90W of amplification; and the LSR2310SP powered 10" studio subwoofer with an integrated 180W power amplifier. JBL applied the same stringent linear spatial reference criteria used in the design of the LSR6300 and the LSR4300 Series. Instead of a single on-axis measurement of the speaker's performance, JBL's LSR requires 70 measurements. LSR2300's large waveguide and elliptical tweeter aperture work in conjunction with a 1" silk-substrate high-frequency transducer to deliver superior imaging and smoother frequency response in the control room.
Inkeeper LTD: Innkeeper LTD is a desktop digital hybrid providing talk show quality phone connections. This digital hybrid connects audio signals to a standard analog telephone line without the transmit/receive crosstalk common to analog hybrids. Its digital signal processor (DSP) continuously monitors both the phone line and audio signals. This proprietary, dual-convergence echo canceller algorithm can achieve separation typically exceeding 50dB, without any setup and without sending a noise burst down the line. An auxiliary telephone is only required to place outgoing calls. The Remote jack allows connection to a JK Audio Guest Module, for remote control and dialing without an auxiliary telephone.
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R6: The R6 incorporates design cues from KRK's Rokit line, including radically radiused edges along the front of the cabinet. The R6 provides a sleeker, more modern look. A key component to the new look is the molded front baffle. This design feature virtually eliminates diffraction distortion caused by standard flat baffles. The R6 leverages KRK's research and development into baffle design and fabrication. The curved front baffle was engineered to minimize diffraction of high-frequencies, resulting in a sweet spot that is significantly larger than products with square or lightly rounded baffles. The baffle also houses a molded front-facing bass port that minimizes low-frequency phase distortion and unwanted frequency emphasis typical of rear-facing bass ports.
Personal RF safety monitor
Safe One: Safe One personal RF safety monitors are an effective and economical means to monitor the strength of electromagnetic fields from mobile phone towers, microwave ovens, radio and television installations, high frequency welders, and other common workplace RF sources between 10 and 10,000MHz. The Personal RF Monitor is essential RF safety equipment in complying with FCC, OSHA and other safe workplace requirements. Safe One personal RF safety monitors give you audio and visual warning when the IEEE and ICNIRP limit is exceeded on your body. It immediately alerts you to high frequency radiation fields that could be a health hazard. Safe One gives an approximate value of RF strength to help you determine how long you can stay in the radiation field.
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