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JK Audio Broadcast Host Desktop Digital Hybrid
Broadcast Host Desktop Digital Hybrid
B&H # ACM07QCNFV
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The JK Audio Broadcast Host is a telephone/audio desktop studio interface designed for easy integration with computer-based workstations, mixers, recorders, etc. The idea behind the Broadcast Host is to provide a noise-free telephone interface for recording interviews or IFB-style audio transmission while in remote locations. An XLR-female input allows a microphone or line level signal to be fed into the phone line. A second 3.5 mm mini input is provided for output devices with a mini output.
A 16-bit Digital Signal Processor (DSP) continuously monitors both the phone line and audio signals to deliver excellent separation. This eliminates the noise and cross-talk associated with audio over phone lines, providing a clean, broadcast-quality audio signal on output. An XLR-male Caller output provides an isolated out for the caller signal alone, and a 3.5 mm mini stereo output provides a mix of both incoming and outgoing signals.
Audio / Telephone Interface
A complete interface between audio sources and analog phones and cell phones. Designed for telephone interviews, broadcast, IFB and more.
Digital Hybrid Technology
Digital 16-bit processing eliminates the cross-talk and bleed associated with audio transfer over telephone lines. The result is clean, clear audio signal suitable for broadcast applications.
The Auto-Answer feature automatically picks up incoming calls on the first ring, then drops the call when the caller hangs up.