LPB Blue Line
LPB Blue Line: This new line of products includes the SKY Series of
LPFM transmitters with DSP technology, digital audio processing and
stereo generator built-in. Power levels are 1, 20, 150 watts. Also
included are the WAVE Series of LPFM and Internet broadcasting audio
consoles and the STREAM Series of LPFM and Internet broadcasting Web
streaming systems featuring encode systems and windows automation
software in one package. LPB also debuts the SALSA NT digital radio
automation system for multiple station broadcasting in a single rack.
The SALSA NT allows unattended operation as well as live assist.
610-644-1123; fax 610-644-8651
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