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Sonifex RB-PD2 Has Automatic Stretch Algorithm

RB-PD2 features both balanced analog and AES/EBU digital audio inputs and outputs on three-pin XLR connectors, and provides sample rates up to 48 kHz at 24 bit.
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Sonifex says its new stereo profanity delay, RB-PD2, will be available this month.

The 1U 19-inch rack-mount box features an automatic audio stretch algorithm that allows between two and 64 seconds of delay to be built up live while on air, and while maintaining the correct pitch. The delay also can be acquired while playing a pre-selected audio file on a CompactFlash memory card.

RB-PD2 features both balanced analog and AES/EBU digital audio inputs and outputs on three-pin XLR connectors, and provides sample rates up to 48 kHz at 24 bit.

Build, Delay, Cough and Dump features are activated by a front-panel button, and a dedicated record mode allows audio presented at either the analog or digital inputs to be recorded to a linear WAV file on a CF memory card.

For information, visit Sonifex’s U.S. distributor, Independent Audio.

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