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An auxiliary device for PR&E RMXdigital on-air and production consoles, RMXengine provides automatically generated mix-minus signals -- a process that eliminates voice echo for live callers -- for every fader on the RMXdigital console. The RMXengine also enables advanced dual-console operation for dual-anchor studio operation. The device gives more options to board operators andproducers by providing a mix-minus and IFB talkback channel on every fader of the RMXdigital console. This more than quadruples the amount of mix-minus and IFB talkback capabilities on a typical 28-channel RMXdigital.
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