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Jun 17

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Orlando, FL RTS is proud to show the PAM-16 Production Audio Monitor at InfoComm 2009.

Similar to the PAM-32, the PAM-16 has 16 push button keys used for monitoring audio inputs. The PAM-16 features four character alphanumeric displays with adjustable brightness control, making it suitable for all types of ambient lighting: from direct sunlight to darkness.

The output of the PAM-16 can be connected to a monitor speaker or can be used to create a mix (minus audio) that can be sent back to the Matrix as input for IFBs.

Features

  • 16 push-button keys available for monitoring inputs.
  • Easy upgrades. Firmware updates can be received via the Internet, for example, and then downloaded to the PAM-16 via AZedit.
For more information, visit RTS at InfoComm 2009, Booth #6100.

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