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JK Audio RemoteMix 2
Broadcast field mixer
This two-channel field mixer/headphone amplifier is built for the remote broadcast environment. More than just a field mixer, RemoteMix 2 provides a communications interface for remote broadcast, IFB, or a backup audio path. The integrated headphone amplifier provides sidetone to monitor all inputs plus an external feed. RemoteMix 2 features a phone line hybrid with keypad along with a wired notebook/cell phone headset interface. All sections are designed to work together, saving setup time and wiring in the field. Use it as a phone line hybrid, calling in to a studio talk show hybrid. Use it as a front-end mixer for POTS, ISDN, IP or smart phone codec.
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