The Cornerstone Transmitter from Galcom, introduced at the NRB 2010 convention in Nashville this weekend, is a new low-power FM radio transmitter designed for churches, conferences, speech translation, missionary work or commercial stations.
As is, the Cornerstone has an output power of 2 mW. Power can increase with optional 1 W or 50 W amplifiers. A 300 W amplifier is planned.
It also has a built-in stereo encoder and audio processor, as a well as a “mixer mode,” which allows two microphones and two auxiliary inputs to be mixed using slide controls.
Control and monitoring is via a touchscreen LCD display. It has two balanced line inputs and four component inputs.