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Randall Concepts Ranger 4
Suitcase radio studio
The Ranger 4 suitcase offers quick response, and agile emergency communications and broadcast capability in a crisis. A highly portable, completely self-contained studio, it is built in a suitcase that can be carried as regular airline baggage. The Ranger is constructed with the equipment well integrated and pre-configured so it can be used immediately on arrival. When paired with portable transmission equipment, a complete radio station can be carried as personal baggage and broadcasting in less than an hour after arrival. The Ranger 4 is ideally suited for disaster relief, emergency broadcasting, training, start-up studios and radio stations, and as a temporary studio to replace stolen or damaged equipment.
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