Voicemail-style natural voice
operation with 800-word/phrase capability; voice prompts and
status report on available recording time, sequences, security
codes, programming parameters and complete status of current
audio program, relay states, power.
Identical remote and
local control codes.
(16-bit sampling rate) recording process,
yielding 5500-Hz dynamic range.
One thousand independent
broadcast messages that may be of any length. Each message may
be independently monitored and later erased, as desired.
Automatic message scheduling
by time, day, date. Internal time clock never requires setting,
keeping time even with total loss of power.
Fifty message playlists that
may contain hundreds of broadcast messages, up to three live
sources (each with independent timing control), command for up
to four external relays, other (nested) playlists and differing
output levels for each audio output. Playlists may be created,
recreated or appended locally or remotely.
Selection of active playlist
locally or remotely.
Eighty minutes of recordable
time in dynamic flash memory.
Three audio inputs for
separate and independent live program feeds, each with
independent audio level controls.
Three audio outputs with
audio levels settable locally, remotely or programmed to change
One- to nine-digit security
access code, defeat-able phone prompting, programmable locally or
remotely. User-settable number of retries and timeout period for
Five-second and full-message
survey monitoring of all stored messages and playlists.
Eight prioritized control
closures to trigger message sequences remotely.
prioritization allows automatic interrupts for emergency
messages and automatic National Weather Service all-hazard radio
notifications (weather and EAS).
Includes prerecorded messages
by professional announcer for advisory radio application --
ready for broadcast immediately.
message broadcasts every half-hour.
Rack mountable, slim design,
1 RU in height.
Option: Two-way redundant control,
which allows full control of the NX8R Digital Message
Player via push-to-talk style transceivers (not
included) in parallel with and having priority over
telephone control. The two-way, redundant control option
uses the same commands and protocols as telephone
control, including the same voice prompts and control