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DM Engineering IFB Controller
Simplify remotes by adding the IFB Controller for instant communications with a remote site. There is no complicated wiring or an additional mic-line amplifier required, it's all built in to the IFB Controller. Installation is simple, just loop a control room microphone and mix-minus bus audio through the XLR connectors on the rear of the controller. The output can be connected directly to a codec. Insertion of the IFB Controller in the mic chain will not affect the operation or sound of the control room mic in any way, and the controller does not alter use of phantom power. It can also be used at a remote site or sporting event when you need to talk to the talent on the field without going into the play-by-play or color earphones. Simply install it inline with the program audio going to the IFB transmitter for the field talent.
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