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WCR Community Radio Uses Sonifex S2

FM station refurbishes studios

Sonifex, Sonifex S2, radio mixers, WCR, Warminster Community Radio
Presenter Pauline Payton-Smith with a Sonifex S2 in Studio 1 at WCR Community Radio.

From our Who’s Buying What page: WCR Community Radio station in Warminster in the United Kingdom is using two new Sonifex S2 broadcast mixers for its refurbished radio studios.

The manufacturer quoted Managing Director Barry Mole saying the mixer’s modularity was an important consideration. The S2 has hot-swappable input and output modules in both analog and digital, and a selection of optional modules for its main surface and meter bridge.

[See Our Who’s Buying What Page]

WCR Community Radio relies heavily on volunteers. It was founded in 1996 as a hospital radio station broadcasting from a backroom at a local theatre. It secured an FM license in 2012, broadcasting on 105.5 MHz.

The station is using an S2-M6SS 6 Way Source Select Panel to handle remote OB inputs, feeds from other studios, a recording computer and other sources.

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