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Ward-Beck Systems 32ME
With so many audio signals being distributed within a station, the 32ME provides an easy way to see 32 channels at once in 1RU. The unit accepts AES3-ID, SDI embedded or MADI audio signals depending on the model. All inputs have loop-through outputs. One channel can be selected for the monitor output. Levels are displayed in groups of eight (four stereo pairs) to easily identify tracks. A red LED at the 0 reference level allows monitoring from a distance. A blue LED indicates which audio pair is assigned to the stereo monitor output.
What the Pick Hits judges had to say:
"It accepts multiple audio formats and show so many channels at once."
"The selectable monitor is perfect for the rack room."
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