Zephyr/IP Mixer: Telos' Zephyr/IP Mixer can go wherever you do. This mixer works well under varying network conditions. Its exclusive ACT Agile Connection Technology works like digital cruise control, continuously correcting and monitoring bandwidth variation, packet loss, and jitter as you sit back and enjoy the ride. A Zephyr-introduced low-delay codec, AAC-ELD, ensures consistent sound quality at low bitrates, advanced error detection, loss concealment that only a dog could hear, and almost imperceptible delay for two-way applications. The Z/IP Mixer makes it easy for both engineers and technophobes to monitor or control the action as much or as little as they wish. The full-color, high-resolution screen displays an easy-to-understand interface, context-sensitive help, and an intuitive display graph of network conditions.
Road Warrior LC: This two-channel, portable IP codec is housed in a compact case measuring 8" x 8" x 3". An Internet connection can enable users to deliver programming on the air within 10 minutes, versus the typical 30-minute setup time. Users do not need to access a third-party server for a connection, but can use Musicam USA's NAT Transversal protocol. Like its big brother the Road Warrior, the LC features SIP compatibility, multiple algorithm support (including AAC-HE), standard protocols (LAN, ISDN U and ST, and X.21), a password-protected keypad and a built-in Web browser for control and monitor from a remote location. It also includes a two-channel input mixer/two-channel IFB talkback and recessed buttons for outdoor environments.
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Mobile Radio Marketing: My Simbook is the leading radio station super network both online and on the Iphone. My Simbook community members are able to broadcast themselves to both individuals and groups through text messaging. Stations can inform listeners so they are never the last one to miss out on specials or events, while staying connected with friends and meeting new ones. In addition to having access to the new super community of information and savings, My Simbook users are able to listen to their favorite streaming radio stations from any computer or Iphone. Listeners can discover new stations, share favorite stations, and gain access to more deals, contests and giveaways.
Black MP10: With features like wide range digitally controlled analog gain circuitry, impedance switch, and balanced or unbalanced outputs, the MP10 offers flexibility and ease of integration into both home and studio recording environments. Precise gain settings from 20 to 75dBs give the MP10 enough range to accommodate low-output ribbon microphones or feed unbalanced -10dBV inputs using high output condenser microphones without loss of signal quality. Accurate matching of the two channels also makes the MP10 ideal for true stereo recording applications. An optional Lavry Black Rack Mount is available to mount two Lavry Black units side-by-side in a 1RU space.
Portable active splitter
Kickbox 4×4: In response to pleas for durable, professional-grade mic/line inputs with multiple outputs for live sound, location recording, and broadcast, Drawmer has engineered the Kickbox 4×4 portable active splitter. Housed inside a rugged, road-ready carrying case, the Kickbox 4×4 accepts up to four XLR mic/line inputs and delivers them with uncompromised fidelity to up to 16 XLR line-level outputs. The Kickbox 4×4 provides multiple outputs where distribution of mic or line inputs to multiple outputs is required. Its four studio-grade mic/line preamps each provide phantom power, independent metering, and up to 66dB of gain. Its 16 balanced output stages each provide a transformer-loaded LED and the option of transformer isolation.
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