Mason, OH (April 27, 2004)–Harris Corporation has introduced its newest addition to the family of VistaMax-enabled, networkable consoles, the RMXdigital On-Air Digital Radio Console, offering state-of-the-art digital technology at a competitive price. Further building on its VistaMax system, Harris Corp. has also introduced the VistaMax Small Digital Mixer (VSDM).
According to the company, RMXdigital was developed for radio broadcasters who asked for a digital version of the PR&E Radiomixer Analog Console, but with the features of BMXdigital and Legacy consoles. RMXdigital offers a secure upgrade path with analog and digital inputs and outputs, allowing broadcasters to start with analog and easily upgrade to digital when they are ready. The RMXdigital features the same BMXdigital quality switches and LED illuminators, and the same rugged construction with support for multiple Telcos. RMXdigital is scheduled for shipping in late summer/early fall of 2004.
The RMXdigital works either in a stand-alone or networked environment. RMXdigital can be connected to VistaMax via simple fiber or CAT-5e cable. Harris’ VistaMax system is upgradeable and extremely flexible, allowing broadcasters to share resources throughout a facility. The system can be configured to meet facility needs today and facility requirements for the future, often reducing the need to add studios.
The cost-effective VSDM is a compactly sized audio mixer designed to provide maximum digital performance. VSDM is available as a counter mount console with four-faders or as a Harris exclusive rack version with seven-faders. The turret console’s small size is perfect for voice tracking studios. Both VSDM units offer stand-alone operation and do not need to be connected to the network to operate. Pricing starts at $2,500 and it is available for immediate shipping.