Harris PR&E Oasis


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Harris PR&E Oasis

Radio broadcast console

A standalone on-air and production console, PR&E Oasis enables radio broadcast operations to convert to digital in their own timeframe. Designed for radio broadcast studios of any size and budget, Oasis is an 8- or 12-channel analog console that offers a clear digital migration path. Although built for the demands of digital studio operations, the design avoids reliance on PC engines and assemblies to ensure reliable and consistent on-air and production operations. Oasis incorporates both analog and digital outputs and provides multiple connections for microphones, CD players, monitors and a direct PC automation channel to support a diverse array of on-air sources. Key differentiators include two assignable telco channels to any fader, a modular design featuring swappable input cards, and USB playback and recording functionality, with playback available on any channel with any operating system.
800-622-0022
broadcast@harris.com
www.broadcast.harris.com


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