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Features include a re-sizable sound window that displays 7 to 15 seconds of a recording; the ability to import and export .WAV, AIFF, MP3 and other file formats; unlimited undo; unlimited hot keys. Runs on any Pentium II or higher, Windows 98, ME or 2000.
Rack-mount mixer with 48V phantom power, balanced XLR outputs and inputs, LED metering, stereo output bus with independent level control, stereo record bus with independent level control, headphone bus with level and 60 mm master faders.
POTS codec capable of 15kHz mono audio. Users can renegotiate a connection or re-equalize the line. As line connections fall below 24kb/s, audio frequency response degrades smoothly. The telephone coupler can connect in standard telephone mode.
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