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The ARC-15 is a general purpose console. Channel one is a high performance mic channel while channels two-five are selectable as mic or line inputs. Channel 15 is an advanced telephone interface to an external hybrid for live callers or an off-line contest call. Seven stereo line input channels easily handle the other audio sources, such as CD players. Channel 14 is selectable as either a Windows PC USB interface or an unbalanced stereo consumer level input. Windows software for live on air, automation, and production is provided standard. With 5 million operation, LED lighted, switches; long life faders; and electronic switching of all audio signal paths; the ARC-15 is a versatile console.
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