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The M4.2S digital radio receiver improves upon and replaces its predecessors, the M4.0X and the M4.2R, and does so at a lower price. The M4.2S monitors audio and data from AM, FM and HD Radio broadcasts including FM multicast channels HD-2 through HD-8. The M4.2S stays locked to the selected stream even if the broadcast or ac power is interrupted. The Remote Dashboard Windows XP application provides remote control. The bright LCD display shows RDS and HD Radio PAD, network and alarm conditions along with audio level, digital audio quality and carrier quality indications. Transformer-isolated digital audio outputs and XLR balanced analog outputs are provided, as well as a headphone monitor output. It will also email alarms without Remote Dashboard.
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