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RVR 100w exciter PTX LCD 100


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Listing description

The PTX 100 LCD FM Transmitter (100W/2U) by RVR Elettronica has impressive specifications and is designed to deliver a stable output capacity. All audio inputs are equipped with RF filters and protected circuits and are contained within a rugged chassis. The good separation of audio and RF circuits guarantee the high quality of this exciter.

Specifications:

Digital user interface for diagnostic control of all parameters (frequency, output power, measurement, etc.)

Completely microprocessor controlled

S/N 90dB provides digital CD quality

Optimized PLL design improves low-frequency response

Expansive listening tests confirm transparency and clearness of audio

User-friendly graphic interface shows settings and of the exciter's working parameters

Exciter's settings and measurements are available through RS232C interface

External analogue signal acquisition and external devices relay control such as amplifiers, changeovers, etc.

Self-diagnosis

Always ON-AIR at any VSWR level

Built-in high-performance stereo coder


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Listing information

Manufacturer RVR
Model PTX LCD 100
Year -
Country UAE UAE
Condition Excellent
Main category Broadcast, Film and Audio
Subcategory Other Broadcast Equipment, Film & Audio
ID P90920032

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About the seller

Client type Machinery dealer
On Kitmondo since 2017
Number of listings 0
Country UAE UAE
Employees 1 - 10
Established 2016
Company description

UAE’s only one-stop shop for used and refurbished broadcasting equipment. Home to the only inventory of used, refurbished and demo equipment in the Middle East, we buy and sell high-quality used... read more

UAE’s only one-stop shop for used and refurbished broadcasting equipment. Home to the only inventory of used, refurbished and demo equipment in the Middle East, we buy and sell high-quality used broadcast and AV equipment to radio and TV customers primarily in the Gulf as well as other parts of the word.

We source our equipment from premier broadcasters in the region and employ an efficient team of engineers to refurbish and service the gear we have acquired before selling them. All used broadcast equipment comes with a three-month warranty.

We have successfully provided integrated solutions and equipment to end users in U.AE, Egypt, India, Jordan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Philippines and Turkey.

Having established a firm foothold in the Middle East and Asia, BSBroadcast is constantly looking to extend its portfolio of equipment and solutions through partnerships with leading European and American used equipment dealers

The Ceo, who has worked in MENA region to build broadcast facilities from scratch, established BS Broadcast in 2016. On this journey, the CEO identified a need among customers for revamped and restored equipment at lower costs. Additionally, he has been active in the Middle East and South Asian broadcasting industry since 1999 and has developed a vast network of contacts that came with requirements for used equipment.

In essence, the company was born out of these demands and presently serves customers worldwide. Having a base in the UAE has helped facilitate easy shipment across the globe.

Our inventory includes an extensive range of 3G/HD/SD equipment including playout servers, satellite antennae and terminals, RF modulators, frequency converters, multiplexers, HPA, SPG, waveform monitors, up-converters, routers and switchers, and more from the world’s leading manufacturers.

Whether rotating out your existing equipment, or clearing out your storage area, bsbroadcast.com can assist you in securing maximum value for your investments. Should you want a quote for your used systems cameras, broadcast lenses, mixers or SR decks, please contact our trade sales team.

Last activity April 8, 2020