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Mixopia Audio Logger Pro
This logger operates on a Windows 98SE or XP computer to archive an audio source. Once started, this audio logger will continue recording
in hour-long chunks, automatically archiving audio into a variety of
audio formats (MP3, ADPCM or uncompressed .WAV). International users
have the ability to reduce or increase the duration archived audio is
kept before being automatically deleted to make way for new recordings.
The day, hour, minute and second can be quickly located and played back
within seconds, even while the machine is still recording. The playback
clients allow the user fast access to audio from another machine on the
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These closed-back headphones feature 40mm drives, CCAW voice coils
and OFC litz wire cables with convenient one-side exit. The closed-back design provides isolation in high-volume listening situations. The
low-profile headphones feature a Neodymium magnet structure and have a
frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz. The lightweight and adjustable
cushioned headband provides maximum comfort. It also features a
gold-plated stereo ⅛-inch connector with strain relief, a
screw-on ¼-inch adapter and a sturdy, ultra-flexible 11-foot
Automatic ring-down unit
Cambridge Electronics Laboratories
Quiklink Private Wire
This unit provides instant off-hook access between two telsets or equivalents (fax, modem) in a tiny, hockey-puck package. It is useful
for in-studio hotlines, or temporarily in-field, for simulating a phone
line to activate remote dial-up devices and for bench testing telecom
equipment. The device is powered from a 12V wall adapter or a 24-48Vdc
supply and generates its own battery feed, ringing supply and
selectable cadences. Monolithically encapsulated units can stand-alone,
be stacked in a wiring cabinet or closet to conserve space or be
pcb-mounted as a single component in OEM applications. The Quiklink
Private Wire is ⅝ inch × 4-¼ inches × 2-½
inches and weighs six ounces.
Radio System's new analog-to-digital converter is a broadcast quality device optimized to provide flexibility as well as high-quality
conversion of analog and digital signals. The D-A+A-D is a two-stereo
converter that can provide simultaneous conversion of analog-to-digital
and digital-to-analog signals. Features include 24-bit resolution,
variable sample rates to 96kHz, internal and external clocking, audio
sync to external clock input, auto sample-rate sensing and XLR and
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