Photo by Jim Peck
Radio World this month profiles the recipients of our 2010 “Cool Stuff” Award.
Moseley calls Rincon the broadcast industry’s first software-defined audio transport product optimized to deliver multichannel digital audio over IP, TDM or radio links and networks simultaneously.
Rincon 200 conveys four AES stereo audio channels in 2X2, 4X0 or 3X1 configurations. It operates linear uncompressed, MPEG Layer 2 and MP3, AAC LC & LD, G.711, G.722. It has a trio of RS-232 data ports. It includes a SD card slot for emergency fill audio. Control is by GUI on browser and Smartphone. The Rincon is housed in a 1RU chassis with standard 19-inch ack mount.
“Rincon’s ability to leverage low-cost network choices and its low purchase price give broadcasters excellent return on investment,” Moseley says, and our judges agreed.
David Chancey, Bill Gould and Kelli Martony celebrate their “Cool Stuff” Award.
Price: $1,750 (Rincon 200)
Info: (805) 968-9621 or www.moseleysb.com