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BW Broadcast STL-TX 950 and STL-RX 950
This studio-to-transmitter link set operates in the 950MHz band. Both units feature analog, AES3 and composite inputs (transmitters) and outputs (receiver). The transmitter produces 10W out and includes a BW Broadcast DSP-X four-band audio processor built-in. The receiver includes an RDS encoder, Ethernet remote control for SMTP, SNMP and HTML connections, and will send email alerts when an alarm occurs. The receiver also includes additional analog and ASE3 input and backup audio capability. Both units occupy 1RU.
What the Pick Hits judges had to say:
"The plethora of input options is a great idea."
"I like that includes the on-board audio processing."
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