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Audio gateway codec
Centauri II 4001: Centauri II Audio Gateway codecs cover all typical audio codec applications. The CII 4000/4001 include the 3000/3001 features and focus on the additional functionality to stream audio to many destinations and simultaneous encoding for up to four stereo audio channels, each in another audio format and transport in multicast or multiple unicast.
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Remote control for Harris Z transmitters
Plus Connect: The Plus Connect provides a link between the Harris Z series of transmitters and the Burk ARC Plus remote monitoring and control system. The Plus Connect brings more than 400 transmitter parameters on-board the ARC Plus system without parallel wiring, allowing broadcasters to manage the transmitter, ancillary equipment and IT infrasttructure on a single platform.
Rack-mount audio monitors
RM-2S4, RM-2S10, RM-4C8: Each reference monitor is a 1RU device offering loudspeaker monitoring and high-resolution metering of up to four or 10 stereo audio sources. Sources may be in any mixture of analogue and AES/EBU digital formats, with sample rates up to 192kHz accepted and a 5-band parametric EQ can be used to tailor the unit for the room it is mounted in. Sources are selected via a front panel rotary encoder, with clear LED indication of the current selection. On the rear panel, open-collector alarm outputs provide hardware indication of sustained under-level, over-level and phase errors. The three-way loudspeaker system is fed via a DSP-based active crossover and a trio of highly efficient Class-D amplifiers. Optional additions to each model are HD video input expansion cards, allowing multiple AES groups embedded within an HD-SDI or SD-SDI signal to be de-embedded and monitored.
PR 35: The PR 35 has been designed for commercial broadcast, recording and live sound reinforcement applications that require a smooth, flat response over a wide frequency range. It was designed around the PR 30 element and incorporates a sorbothane shock mount. The PR 35 uses a special magnet structure and a large aluminum 1½" low mass voice coil assembly. The PR 35 is equipped with a three position roll off switch. The cardioid pattern offers the greatest rejection of unwanted audio at 180 degrees off axis, which is directly behind the microphone; there is virtually no off-axis coloration.
W-12: The W-12 Console targets small- to mid-market radio stations and offers high-end features such as: three stereo main buses, 12 A/B dual source stereo line inputs (analog or digital), two microphone preamps, uncompressed 24-bit operation (44.1 or 48kHz), switched VU meters, built-in cue speaker with level control and headphone jack with built-in amp.
Surround mic system
DSF-1: The DSF-1 Music Surround mic system incorporates Soundfield's technology that enables the high-resolution capture of ambient or image critical music events that must ultimately fit a variety of delivery formats. The DSF-1 can deliver mono, stereo, 5.1, 6.1, 7.1 and B format, the archival medium for future formats, all without ever leaving the digital domain.
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Patchbay design tool
Patch Verx: Patch Verx creates accurately scaled and easily printable designation strips and layouts for jackfields and patchbays. Patch Verx uses predefined or custom-generated template files to which a user adds data and any display formatting desired. Patch Verx includes a built-in CAD viewer to show the jackfield as it would export. Users can also create custom definition files using the new Jackfield Wizard. By default Patch Verx prints jackfields scaled 1:1 so the designation strips can be sheared and applied directly to the jackfield.
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