PCM-D50: This compact version of the PCM-D1 digital field recorder offers 96kHz/24-bit recording, two-position electret condenser stereo microphones, PC/MAC file transfer via high-speed USB interface and numerous special features. The PCM-D50 includes 4GB built-in memory, records up to six hours at 44.1-16-bit, LCD digital peak metering, MP3 playback, digital pitch control, SPDIF digital input and output, and a five-second pre-recording buffer.
Signs: RF Signs is the brainchild of Broadcast Signal Lab, which has been providing RF exposure management services for more than 20 years. The RF Signs mission is to provide the radio industry with the best, most effective, standards-compliant RF safety communication tools.
Label Shop BEE3: The K-Sun Label Shop Bee3 features automatic tape and heat shrink tube cutter; transparent tape cover, LCD display, light adjustment, print preview, 180dpi print resolution, print speed of 2.36" per second, automatic power off, 60 industrial tapes and five heat shrink tube materials, flexible polyester base for wire and cable wrap, safe 6.5Vdc power and overheat detection.
EZ Copy: The EZ Copy is a small, easy-to-use, stand-alone drive duplicator. It features two removable drive caddies and is designed for organizations with low volume drive copy needs. The EZ Copy is available in IDE and SATA models. Both may be purchased with either 3.5" or 2.5" drive caddies. The EZ Copy transfers a bit-by-bit copy of the original onto the target drive, rapidly moving data at less than one minute per gigabyte. It can duplicate drives of up to 144PB (petabytes), is virtually maintenance free and can be used to copy to and from drives of dissimilar sizes as well as between drives from different manufacturers. Because the EZ Copy does not connect to a computer, it requires no installation or software, no computer time and virtually no user intervention. A front-panel LED provides status information, making it easy to identify copy direction or to abort a copy if necessary.
USB broadcast console
Six Mix: This 10-input, 6-channel broadcast console is about the size of a laptop computer. The most important feature is its integral USB digital audio interface. Connect a USB cable to any PC or laptop, and it's ready to record, edit and play digital audio with superb audio quality. This makes Six Mix ideal for use with radio automation, digital production, news editing, webcasting, or as a self-contained emergency studio. Other features include a cue bus with cue speaker, monitor system with mic-on muting, a mix-minus output, and guest headphone facilities with full talkback.
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