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Harris Enhances Console Routing and Control Features
Austin, TX - Sep 17, 2008 Harris has introduced enhancements to its studio systems and consoles range for radio. The enhancements include improved source selection and routing compatibility to Harris RMX Digital on-air consoles, as well as new console display techniques.
Harris introduced an RMX Digital Dual Selector upgrade kit, which transforms the standard dual-fader module into an integrated Harris 16x2 Microrouter controller. The 16x2 Microrouter is a compact, 1RU routing system that adds remote source selection capability to the consoles, providing up to 16 remote sources to any dual-fader module and allowing individual selection for each fader.
Harris also introduced two display styles for RMX Digital consoles, including an aviation-inspired, heads-up display that preserves sightlines to guests, video and other show information on LCD monitors and digital signage displays in the studio. A direct view style is also available, offering a more traditional low-profile design.
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