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Sporty: The Sporty Portable Reporter Codec can transmit from anywhere to anywhere, while simultaneously recording to USB sticks or SD cards. Built to the same demanding standards as the Flashman II, Sporty is a robust, portable studio with two new, state-of-the-art audio formats. Sporty is able to automatically recognize and connect to almost any audio codec and format available. Sporty is also the ideal unit for live reporting; pairing ease-of-use with enormous flexibility, it is able to master many different and difficult interview and reporting situations.
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Sub7: The Sub 7, a new compact subwoofer designed to complement the A5. Despite its small footprint, it is capable of extending the frequency reproduction of the A5 down to 30Hz. Multiple inputs (both XLR and RCA) and controls that allow the system to be fine-tuned to any listening environment make the Sub 7 the ideal partner for the A5. A wireless remote control for adjusting the volume and crossover frequency from the listening position is also provided.
Middle Atlantic Products
Customizable Foam Inserts: These customizable foam inserts provide storage for accessories and delicate pieces of equipment. The inserts are quickly and easily modified to hold anything tightly in place, while providing the added convenience of being able to store them in a single location. The inserts fit any Middle Atlantic Products drawer, and are sized to occupy 2RU, 3RU or 4RU.
Vision Enhanced Studios
Website services: Vision Enhanced Studios, a creative firm specializing in rich interactive media content, is using next generation technology to help radio stations build brand awareness and brand loyalty. Rich interactive media, also known as multimedia, refers to an electronically delivered combination of media that includes video, still images, audio and text created in such a way that it can be accessed interactively on the Internet. For radio stations, this translates into sophisticated websites that attract and engage audiences online, thereby expanding brand personality further into a visual presence and further into the online lives of listeners.
Audio streaming over IP
Streamcube: Streamcube is able to transmit audio signals economically via IP-based networks such as LAN, WAN and Internet (DSL) and over long distances to several receivers or to a Shoutcast/Icecast Server. The Streamcube series consists of Encoder (Audio-to-Ethernet) and Decoder (Ethernet-to-Audio) and is suitable likewise for permanent and temporary installation. The encoded audio signal can either be transmitted within a building complex via CAT-5 Ethernet LAN-cable and standard network switches to one or more devices from the Streamcube DEC series or to PCs. The bitrate and sampling-frequency are adjustable for different sound qualities (MP3) in mono or stereo. The controlling and administration of the Streamcube works with a Web browser-based application via PC, PDA or another Web-based device.
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