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Deva Broadcast DB8000
The basic principle of DB8000 is that this unit can detect silence and start playback of a preliminary created playlist on its built-in MP3 player. The MP3 backup audio files and playlists can be uploaded in the DB8000 from a PC using any FTP client. The audio storage capacity is 2GB. It also provides additional security in case of loss of audio at the inputs. The audio backup is presented as an integrated auxiliary audio input. The unit has DTMF remote control features.
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