Mainesource Debuts Audessence Level Controllers

Mainesource Inc. will come to the NAB Radio Show in Charlotte, showcasing audio processors manufactured by Audessence, a newly established U.K.-based company.
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Mainesource Inc. will come to the NAB Radio Show in Charlotte, showcasing audio processors manufactured by Audessence, a newly established U.K.-based company.

Mainesource, based in Richmond, Ind., and run by Chuck Maines, is a broadcast transmission and pro audio equipment supplier,

The Audessence product launch includes audio level controllers for broadcast, Internet radio, satellite feeds and STL feeds. Available models are the ALPS-1, ALPS-2, ALPS-3 and PodBlaster, all of which provide feature sets that include GUI setup via USB, remote control via GPI or IP and audio quality whether using the analog or digital I/O, according to the company.

Mainesource also will display RVR FM transmission equipment as well as products from other pro audio manufacturers.

Among other recent business, the company said it has outfitted about 50 new FM translator sites, supplying turnkey packages for each site including off-air receivers, transmitters, feedline, audio processing, surge protection and antennas.

For more information, visit www.mainesource.us

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