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Las Vegas, NV RTS is pleased to show the DSI-2008 Digital Interface/System-to-System Interface at InfoComm 2008.

The DSI-2008 Dual Digital Hybrid interfaces two Two-Wire intercom lines to two Four-Wire lines. Unlike earlier analog hybrids, the DSI-2008 features advanced digital signal processing to achieve automatic nulling of the Two-Wire lines. Plus, each hybrid features convenient peak-reading level meters to quickly match the levels between the lines that are being interfaced. The result is easy and accurate setup. With the DSI-2008, all need for test tones, nulling adjustments and ducking adjustments have been eliminated.

Compatible Two-Wire intercom systems include RTS Two-Wire, Telex Audiocom, and Clear-Com. Compatible with Four-Wire intercom systems. An internal call signal option board is also available for the DSI-2008. This option board provides call signal capability with any of the two-wire systems listed above. The output can also be directly connected to an ADAM, ADAM-CS, Cronus, or Zeus GPI port. No external circuitry is required. With features like digital signal processing, peak-reading level meters and optional call signal interfacing, the DSI-2008 Dual Digital Hybrid assures ease of setup and maximum transparency between intercom systems.

Features

  • Two Independent Hybrids
  • Automatic Nulling
  • Peak Reading Level Meters
  • Direct ADAM/Zeus audio connection
  • Transformer Isolated
  • Call Signal Option
  • Half-Rack Wide, 1RU high
  • Universal Power Pack

For more information, visit the RTS Intercom website: www.rtsintercoms.com

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