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Radial Engineering Introduces Studio Q

New compact, desk-top talk-back/cue system includes built-in microphone with individual trim control and master mic volume.

Radial Engineering introduces a compact, desk-top talk-back/cue system with the new Studio Q.

Radial CEO Peter Janis: “With more and more recording happening in smaller studios, the need for a simple talk-back system has become evident. Yes, there are other cue systems on the market, but most either have too many features, are too costly, or are too large. The Studio-Q manages to do it all in a super compact design.”

The Studio-Q begins with a simple cue switch that turns on the built-in microphone or the ‘producer’ mic XLR input. Each mic is equipped with an individual trim control along with a master mic volume.

These can also be remotely activated using a remote JR1 mute footswitch. Once depressed, the signal is routed to the studio headphone system while it automatically shunts the program to the desired level.

The program signal path is balanced for easy integration with any console with fully variable level control on the front panel. When the band is full-on, a remote output may be used to send a dry contact to a beacon and attract attention. This can also be set with DC power to accommodate a soon to be released LED beacon.

MAP: $299.99 USD and delivery is scheduled to begin winter 2016.

Radial Engineering

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