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Audioarts Engineering D-76
Digital radio console
The D-76 is a tabletop, modular console available in a 12- or 18-channel frame like its predecessor, the D-75, but includes StudioHub+ RJ-45 connectivity and can be ordered with optional IP-76 plug-in module for interfacing to the WheatNet-IP Intelligent Network. Sporting a sleek new profile, the D-76 comes standard with sample rate conversion, ample mic preamps, and plenty of stereo busses, caller capability and a comprehensive monitor section that provides separate feeds to control room/headphone and studio monitor outputs ó plus headphone jack and built-in cue speaker.
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