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DD, DDS, HD, JD, ML: This group of custom knobs includes many models. The ML Model features two exclusive soft-touch rings on the outside diameter of the knob, allowing the user to feel the sensitive movement of this knob. An indicator dot is located on top of knob. The HD Model features a taller profile, along with ergonomically designed finger surface, distinguishing itself as a knob that has been specified on thousands of high-end front-panel applications. It also has a partial top and full-length side saw cut indicator line. The JD Model has a saw cut indicator line on half of the top and full-length of the side. The DD Model features a saw cut indicator line in on the front length. The DDS Model is the DD Model with an attractive skirt extended on the bottom portion of the knob for easier viewing of the rotation from atop. An indicator triangle is located on the skirt.
MEA-2 Upgrade: Designed for recording and mastering applications, the MEA-2 is a stereo or two-channel, four-band analog equalizer with stepped Q/shelf, frequency and cut/boost controls on each band. The new MEA-2 features faster amplifiers with wider bandwidth and improved low-frequency EQ filters. The individual EQ sections are now completely switched off when the gain controls are set to 0dB and the unit goes into full bypass when the power is switched off. The new output amplifiers have improved high frequency performance.
CDR633: Housed in a 2RU enclosure, this professional CD player plays and records standard CD-R and CD-RW discs. It can also play MP3 files. Other features include Marantz Minute Track with Adjustable Time - or Level-dependent Auto Track Increment, auto-cue, auto fade-in and out with programmable time and sync (level dependent) recording. It includes an internal sample rate Converter (32 - 48kHz) and analog and coaxial/optical (S/PDIF) digital inputs and outputs.
Analog/digital FM Antenna
Shared aperture FM antennas: Shared aperture FM antennas for simulcast analog and IBOC digital transmission operation utilize the Rototiller Series FM antennas. The systems are capable of implementing the proposed increase to digital IBOC effective radiated power (ERP) levels of up to 10 percent (-10dBc) of authorized analog ERP. The shared aperture antenna system is available in a large variety of configurations and utilizes construction methods that yield analog to digital isolation ratios of -40dB, for single-frequency applications. The antenna systems are also available in arrays suitable for multiplexing two or more signals into a common antenna and transmission line. In addition to multiplexed designs, the shared aperture FM antennas are available as directional FM arrays and can be measured and optimized for best radiation performance on ERI's full scale antenna test range.
Upgrades and Updates
V-Soft has added a new FCC Activity Alert service for its software clients. The service will alert the users of the construction permits granted, dismissals and other similar FCC activities. (www.v-soft.com)…All Tieline Technology G3 broadcast codecs will now include IP on-board as a standard feature. Wireless 3G/3.5G, POTS, ISDN, X.21, satellite ISDN and IP can be added as needed. (www.tieline.com)...Sage Alerting Systems is now shipping its new Digital Endec EAS encoder/decoder. This unit replaces the original Sage Endec. (www.sagealertingsystems.com)...With eight codecs in 2RU, the Telos Zephyr Iport is now shipping. (www.telos-systems.com)...NTI has added a Pin 1 Cable Tester functionality feature to the Minirator MR-Pro. (www.nti-audio.com)
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