GB2R: The Soundcraft GB2R is a 19-inch rack-mountable mixer designed specifically for smaller installations or small portable PA systems. Available in two variants, the GB2R offers either 16 mono inputs to a stereo mix output, or a 12.2 version with 12 mono inputs, two full-featured stereo inputs and two group buses, each model having six auxiliary sends. The Soundcraft GB2R inherits both the GB30 mic preamplifier and GB30 equalizer designs from the larger GB4 and GB8. For ease of installation, the connector section is contained in a rotatable pod, allowing cable access from the top of the mixer if sat on a tabletop or from the rear when mounted in a 19-inch rack. The rack ears can also be removed. On the stereo inputs of the 12.2 model, connectors are provided for both mic and line inputs. Two stereo returns and a two-track input are provided, which means that the GB2R-12.2 model can offer up to 26 inputs to mix in a mixer just 19 inches wide. Every input has a pre/post switchable direct output for recording or effects sends, while an internal universal voltage PSU avoids external power supply connections.
Mini RBDS/RDS encoder
Smart Gen Mini: Smart Gen Mini Encoder is the quick and inexpensive way to have an RDS/RBDS presence. USB connectivity makes it easy to program the non-volatile memory using any PC and the supplied Windows software. After programming, the unit may be disconnected and re-installed at the transmitter site. Though it is not capable of dynamic messaging with song titles, Smart Gen Mini will identify a station by format, display a station's street name, and continuously transmit any station promo or advertising message to listeners.
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DNS1500: The DNS1500 updates the style, design and performance of the DNS1000. With an improved chassis and updated processors, it couples the perfect ergonomics of the DNS1000 with improved 2-channel performance and up to 100kHz capabilities for increased compatibility in today's audio environments.
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Funk Guitar and Base: If you are looking for some funky guitar and bass grooves, then this collection has it all. You'll find everything from retro to cutting edge funk here. Soulful guitar playing takes center stage, along with some pop and slap bass playing and funky organ riffs.
VCOM: This next generation wireless intercom brings the power and functionality of Intracom's VCOM Software Intercom System for PCs to the palm of your hand. As with the PC system, the wireless, handheld version supports virtually an unlimited number of channels configurable for point-to-points, group calls and party lines. As many as 200 users are supported and can talk hands-free privately or in full duplex conference. The wireless system easily interfaces with other communication systems, does not have frequency constraints, and runs on readily available Wi-fi and/or data-cellular-enabled handhelds running Windows Mobile 5.0 and higher. Based on a dedicated-server, multiple-client architecture, the software can be used as a stand-alone wireless intercom system or in conjunction with IntraCom's VCOM Software Intercom System for PCs. The VCOM Wireless Intercom Control Panel GUI enables non-blocking, point-and-click control to establish talk and/or listen voice paths. Multiple group and individual voice paths can be established simultaneously and multiple conferences can be accommodated in any complexity. All basic paths are established in advance and are always on for instant (multiple) channel access for talking and monitoring.
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