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A Transistorized Audio Console for TV Stations
An audio console designed to fill the need of medium size TV stations. Fully transistorized with 16 input channels and yet only 36 inches wide, with provision for unattended operation. Two output channels, one for program and one for audition or taping. AGC amplifiers are used to maintain constant levels. All inputs are capable of being actuated by video switcher.
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