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Talk show phone system
This system can be operated with standard voice-grade telephone lines or as a voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) hybrid. Up to six callers may be assigned separate audio lines feeding a studio mixing console. Alternatively, the audio lines can be configured as pretalk, hold, and on-air. Callers can be switched in pretalk and on-air conference mode. An external or recorded hold signal can be configured. A call-forwarding function forwards callers to a manually dialed or stored number. The system incorporates two analog and four digital (2xAES3) audio lines. Additional interfaces for the connection of two handsets or headsets are available at the rear of the unit to handle pretalk locations. The MAGIC TH6 telephone hybrid can be configured and controlled via Microsoft Windows compatible PC software supplied with each system. A graphical user interface displays all caller lines and their current line status. The software is optimized for touchscreen operation. A level meter and level control allow easy adjustment of individual channel gain.
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