AirLine Synth Quad Module Rackmount
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AR4300 AirLine Synth Quad Module Rackmount The AR4300 is designed to hold up to four AR300M receivers in a single rackspace. The AR4300 is a roadworthy, all-metal chassis with built-in antenna distribution. It also includes a headphone cue system for monitoring each channel or a mix of all four. Finally, the system includes individual channel XLR and 1/4-inch balanced outputs, mixed XLR and 1/4-inch balanced outputs, mic and line level switches on each output and an outside voltage-selectable power supply. AR300M â€“ AirLine Synth Receiver Roadworthy durability and crystal clear reception in any location makes the AR300M receiver an intelligent choice for discerning professionals. Featuring automatic RF scanning and infrared programming, balanced and unbalanced outputs as well as front or rear mountable antennae, the AR300M is loaded with innovation and convenience. It is also designed with a backlit LED display that shows AF/RF levels, frequency, audio output level and group for easy setup on the fly. The AR300M can also be installed with up to four receiver modules in the AR4300 Quad Module Rackmount.
AR300M receiver modules sold seperately
AR4300 4-channel 1 rackspace receiver > Holds up to four AR300M synthesized receiver modules with over 300 channels each > Metal chassis > Built-in antenna distribution > Headphone queue system for monitoring individual or all channels > Individual channel XLR and 1/4-inch balanced outputs > Mixed XLR and 1/4-inch balanced output > Mic and line level switches on each output > Outside voltage selectable power supply >
ÂŠ2011 Samson. Preliminary Literature. All product descriptions and specs subject to change.
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Frequency-agile synthesized receiver module with over 300 channels Automatic Channel Scan to select the clearest frequency IR transmitter channel set 50mm x 20mm backlit LCD display Fits in AR4300 receiver rack Squelch control XLR and 1/4-inch balanced outputs Mic or line level switch 11 simultaneous systems
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