Sonifex Sees Future In Red

Sonifex Sees Future In Red
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Sonifex has made several additions to the Redbox range of analog and digital audio interface boxes.
The new units include three stereo matching amplifiers for interfacing domestic or semi-professional unbalanced equipment, such as a CD player, to professional balanced line levels: RB-UL1 single converter; RB-UL2 dual converter and RB-UL4 quad converter, in a 1 RU mount.
The RB-UL2 and the RB-UL4 will be available in April.
Other additions include, the RB-MA1 single microphone amplifier, which consists of a low noise microphone pre-amplifier for converting mic level signals to line level or for driving long lines from microphones to mixing equipment. The RB-SM1 single stereo to mono converter converts a fully buffered and balanced mono line output from a stereo input.
The RB-SD1 silence detection unit is used to monitor an unattended stereo studio feed and will switch through an alternative signal if it detects that the studio feed has gone below a defined audio level for a defined period of time.
Remote inputs and outputs can be used to signal alarm conditions and to control the RB-SD1. The secondary input signal can either be in the form of a recorded message or a previously recorded program.