Inovonics Aaron 650
FM rebroadcast receiver
Aaron 650 operates in either a composite pass-through or composite-regeneration mode. Composite pass-through eliminates retransmission delay (latency), and composite-regeneration lends the ability to completely reconstruct your baseband signal, even altering RDS messaging prior to rebroadcast. The back panel provides dual antenna inputs, dual composite outputs, balanced analog and AES-digital audio outputs, and remote IP access. Rear-panel and self-logging alarms constantly check for audio loss, RF loss, and RDS loss (or hijacking). Online notifications can alert personnel with e-mail or instant text messages when any of the alarms occur. The front panel displays left and right audio metering, local LED alarms and has an LCD screen with jog wheel for advanced control and editing of all operating parameters. Failover audio backup is provided via a front-panel SD Card or web-stream should your signal go down.
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