The CM-CU1 provides a fully featured commentator position and a line-level input. It has an individual commentator output, with an additional output providing a mix of commentator and line input audio. The line input can be configured to remain present at the mix output even if the commentator is off air, making it useful for routing crowd effects or pre-recorded material to the program feed. Its presence in the commentator's headphones is also configurable to suit the application. Four talkback output channels, with a built-in limiter, are available to the commentator and they can be linked to provide simultaneous operation. Activation of one or more talkback channels removes the commentator audio from the main output until all talkback channels are deactivated.
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