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Las Vegas, NV RTS is proud to show the KP 32 CLD Color Display Keypanel at InfoComm 2008.
With the introduction of the KP 32 CLD, RTS brings to market the flagship product of a new generation of RTS keypanels. This innovative solution addresses both the primary needs and advanced features required by different customers for finer control of keypanel functions. The KP 32 CLD uses a 4.9-inch, full-color LCD display to provide feature-rich operating functions. The KP 32 CLD also boasts an ergonomic design with a flat front panel that fits flush within a rackmount configuration.

Features

Full Color Display

The new color display allows for a rich, modern, and user-friendly interface.

Modern, Modular Design

Flat front panel is ergonomically designed to fit easily into any control room or truck application.

Multi-Directional Keys

32 multi-directional keys used for talk, listen, and emulation of traditional LCP control function.

Future Expansion

Designed to allow for an expansion panel, program assign panel, and optional connections to the matrix. Supports today's and future transmission formats.

Enhanced Features

KP 32 CLD allows up to six auxiliary inputs, independent digital gain control for microphone sources and configurable audio routing. The keypanel has its integrated level control per key, which allow the user to adjust the listen volume on an individual basis.

DSP Processing

Acoustic Echo Cancellation, Equalization, Mixing, Filtering, and Metering

USB

USB connector for future expansion and other planned interface features already integrated.

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

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