The Eventide BD-600 Broadcast Delay is a device used to delay broadcast audio for obscenity control. When activated this unit will delay programming up to 80 seconds in 8 second increments and fill with silence or recorded audio when obscenities are uttered.
A Secondary backup called PANIC is a WAV file stored on a compact flash card that plays while the delay is built in real time allowing programming to continue uninterrupted.
This delay features digital and analog audio capabilities for synchronization of audio into seamless broadcasting.
This device offers user defined DUMP segments for specific protection.
The user can activate a SNEEZE button for a momentary edit for coughing sneezing or any other momentary audio anomaly.
Remote operation can be accessed via RS-232.
In the Box
Eventide BD-600 Broadcast Audio Delay - Digital and Analog Audio, RS-232
1 Year Warranty
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Balanced Stereo Audio x2, @ 10K ohms, on 2 XLR connectors Digital Audio x2, 24 Bit AES/EBU, on XLR connectors RS-232, on a 9-Pin connector
Balanced Stereo Audio, @ 50 ohms, on 2 XLR connectors Digital Audio x2, 24 Bit AES/EBU, on XLR connectors RS-232, on a 9-Pin connector Relay, closed contact, on an XLR connector
THD & Noise
HD MicroPrecision .010 to 10 Seconds Profanity Delay 4,6,8,12,16,20,30,40,60 or 80 seconds
Front Panel: Power Bypass Delete Record Input Level Control Delay