Crown Broadcast E-Series


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Crown Broadcast E-Series

FM transmitter
This high-power FM transmitter is available in modular 3kW and 5kW systems. The modular transmitters combine the audio quality with efficiency and reliability. The 5kW design with three 2kW amplifiers, splitter and combiner offers redundancy; should an amplifier be lost, more than 2,5kW will be available to keep the station on the air. Choose the Dual Drive for ultimate redundancy. Other features include: power by Ecreso, efficiency up to 70 percent, direct-to-channel digital modulator, remote analysis and control by TCP/IP, advanced measurement interface, silence detection and intelligent failover, stereo encoder, and RDS encoder and FM limiter.
800-262-8919
fmsales@irec1.com
www.crownbroadcast.com


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