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3U XLR panel: The 3RU panel has XLR connectors for 16 analog inputs and 16 outputs, plus four stereo digital in and four out (AES-S/PDIF); eight channels of ADAT in and out remain on the 1U main unit for a total of 32 in and out. Any input can be routed to any output of any other unit connected up to 1,640 feet away over fiber optic cabling. I/ONE Firewire Snakes carry up to 96 audio channels with word clock and control, bi-directionally in one cable.
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Agentless Ad Delivery: Agentless Ad Delivery increases portability and expedites access to DMDS by allowing for radio ad spots and traffic details to be downloaded from any Internet-connected PC or Mac, anywhere in the world. Agentless Ad Delivery builds on the inherent portability of the DMDS technology, which ensures security by linking a password to a specific person and not a computer or IP address. Clients can now securely download files using DMDS without the need to download and install the DMDS agent software.
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SeaDAC Lite: SeaDAC Lite modules are perfect for a wide variety of applications including process control, facility management, security and broadcast automation. The optically isolated inputs protect the host computer from damaging voltage transients and ground loops commonly found in industrial and OEM applications. The 8111's SPST Reed relays are rated to 500mA, and the 8112 uses high-current SPDT Form C relays to switch up to 6A loads. To simplify installation and troubleshooting, status LEDs display I/O activity and USB connection information. All SeaDAC Lite modules are powered by the USB connection to the host computer. SeaDAC Lite modules are housed in rugged plastic enclosures ideal for mounting on walls, under counters or inside equipment panels.
TLM 103 D: When used in conjunction with digital workstations, digital Solution-D microphone technology makes life easier for users. The integrated, fast peak limiter guarantees optimal recording levels at all times. Likewise, the Neumann A/D converter built into the microphone eliminates the necessity of tedious experimentation with external converters and preamps. The TLM 103 D is available in a choice of satin nickel or matte black finish, with a SG 1 swivel mount.
BRIC TS: Bric TS is designed to make Access IP connections simple. Users can log in to the Bric TS server using a standard Web browser and create an account. A User Group is created and Access units are added to the account. After the account has been configured, Access units will automatically synchronize with Bric TS. A Buddy List is added to each Access unit's address book, which shows all users in the specified group as well as each codec's connection status and IP address. Connection between Access units is a simple point and click regardless of each unit's IP address and location behind firewalls or routers.
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DSG9000: The DSG9000 series instruments are HD Radio signal sources designed to play pre-recorded vector files that replicate various HD Radio service modes and channel configurations. The series has two models, one with all vectors for receiver design, and the other with two production-level vectors for rapid testing. Every DSG9000 includes a removable HDD for vector file storage and DVD drive to install future updates. The signal vectors are certified by the Ibiquity Digital.
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