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Studio Technologies Model 240
The Model 240 offers IFB flexibility and partyline intercom options. Compatible with all broadcast and production analog and digital audio system environments, the tabletop units also introduce new functionality and an improved physical design. The Producer's Console is designed for broadcast personnel who need to communicate with on-air broadcast and related production personnel efficiently. The unit provides the resources of a four-channel talent cueing (IFB) master station combined with a two-channel party-line intercom user station. Enhancements across all units include updated circuitry achieved by transitioning from through-hole component to primarily surface-mount-device (SMD) technology; employing multilayer circuit boards with internal planes to reduce noise, increase efficiency and lead to better thermal management.
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