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A Sound Control System Incorporating Free Grouping of Input Channels and Automatic Selection of Line Sources
The NRKV Sound Control System is based on the latest developments in professional sound control techniques designed especially to cope with the problem of versatility as to the multitude of requirements in modern sound productions. The System is introducing the concept of free groupability, which yields a more flexible exploitation of the sound control desk than has previously been possible. Standard modular amplifiers in conjunction with passive networks have been introduced in order to facilitate a build up commensurable to the various studio requirements. The electronic circuitry is fully transistorized, using silicon planar semiconductors throughout.
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