At IBC2007, RTS spotlighted its ARP-32 audio routing panel, which is used to establish audio paths by forcing crosspoints across the user's intercom system.
The ARP-32 is similar to the company’s PAP-32 program assign panel, but the ARP-32 routes ports together rather than IFBs.
The keys on the left side of the ARP-32 panel are programmed with input ports, while those on the right side are programmed with output ports. If the intercom system is configured for separate input and output alphas, the input alphas will display to those keys on the left side of the panel, and the output alphas are displayed for the keys on the right side of the panel.
The ARP-32 works closely with the Crosspoints screen in AZedit, which allows
the user to enable, force or inhibit in an easy-to-use interface.
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