This compact FM transmitter with direct to channel digital exciter from Elenos is a lightweight system housed in 2RU. Combining efficiency, low-power consumption and reliability with high fidelity and extreme sound purity through the use of digital technology, the ETG3000 allows for easy installation and reduced transport costs. High audio performance is ensured by advanced digital signal processing technology (e.g., 2.4GHz clock, 24-bit analog converter). Sound fidelity, purity and the total absence of microphonic noise are guaranteed over the entire band.
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