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PS 300 NC: Unlike many competing headphone models, the PS 300 NC still plays audio even if the noise-cancelling battery dies. It also features a convenient mute button so users do not need to remove the headphones to hear outside sounds. The PS 300 NC provides up to 18 hours of listening time on its rechargeable lithium-polymer battery. Phiaton ships the headphones with an extra battery as well as a battery charger. The battery charger also works in conjunction with a USB cable, allowing users to charge the battery with a PC, laptop or from nearly any location. When the PS 300 NC is worn, the ear pads contract, exerting pressure on the front of the speakers. Phiaton's VH Sound Technology reduces air pressure and transforms incoming noise into reversed phase signals that cancel unwanted noise.
Analog-only audio analyzer
Dscope Series III Update: Dscope Series III is now available to order as an analog-only variant for those currently concerned with audio analysis only in the analog domain. Analog-only units can be upgraded to digital functionality in the future. The family of analyzers offers comprehensive analog and digital audio signal generation and analysis, plus support for digital audio carrier testing, quasi-anechoic microphone/loudspeaker analysis and testing of Windows sound devices.
Gamma 3000: The Gamma 3000 features 1,250W power amplifier modules coupled with the hot pluggable power supplies. The power amplifiers and power supplies are independently operated and removable from the front of the unit while it is installed. They are load sharing. The minimal 10W of drive required can be provided with the optional PTEK FM25ES exciter. The Gamma 3000 is simple and quick to install. The system is 4RU weighing 88 pounds.
PCAU-Suite: More than 7,300 Pulsecom PCAUs have been deployed in telco-based STL applications. The new PCAU-Suite makes PCAU technology available directly to broadcasters. Beyond audio and data capabilities (RS-232, UDP/IP and TCP/IP) offered by conventional STLs, the PCAU-Suite integrates enhanced Apt-x algorithm from Audio Processing Technology for cascade-resilient IBOC, FM and AM STL and TSL links. It also adds lightning protection and builds-in transparent analog-to-AES/EBU-digital migration. Everything is included and secured in an all-in-one armored, enclosure.
50W FM station in a box
PXB Series: LPFM and FM licensees often need a way to quickly get on-the-air at either temporary field locations or in the interim to their installed studio transmitter locations. Each PXB is factory prewired and tested, and ready to go on-the-air the moment it is received. The compact PXB5006D1 is specifically designed for standard domestic use, or other locations where the primary power is 110/120VAC, 60Hz. For 230VAC, 50Hz overseas use, order the PXB5006E1. Features include 50W RF output continuous duty, five-input stereo audio mixer, CD and MP3 playback, CD-R record, cassette playback and record, two dynamic mics, stands and cables, 3.4dB gain omnidirectional antenna and cable, and FCC certified under parts 2, 73 and 74.
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