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Gebouw Y-Tech
Van Diemenstraat 36
Amsterdam 1013 NH
Netherlands

RDL, Radio Design Labs

RDL manufactures a broad line of high quality audio, video and digital products under the trade names Stick-On, Rack-Up, TX Series, Flat-Pak Series, SourceFlex Distributed Sound and RCX Room Combining Systems. These products comprise some of the most cost effective and innovative ideas to be brought into the market place in the last 22 years.

Model: RU-NL4P

The RU-NL4 modules are Dante audio network interface products compatible with line-level audio equipment inputs.
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RDL Introduces HR-MCP2 Dual Channel Professional Microphone Compressor
Posted on Thursday, April 12, 2012
RDL Introduces HR-MCP2 Dual Channel Professional Microphone Compressor

RDL is excited to introduce its first professional, and the industry’s finest, Microphone Compressor. The HR-MCP2 is a half-rack dual channel (stereo or dual mono) professional compressor capable of 25 dB gain reduction at mic level or with a pre-amplified line-level output.

The HR-MCP2 combines the incredible mic-level gain reduction offered in the RDL EZ-MCP1 Microphone Compressor with the striking sonic clarity of the RDL HR-MP2 style microphone preamplifiers. The result combines RDL’s 25+ years of legendary leadership in preamp design and “inaudible” analog compression techniques. The HR-MCP2 inserts between any microphone and any mixer input, mic or line level. Front-panel metering allows easy gain adjustment for the desired amount of “normal” gain reduction, if any. After setting the input pad, low-cut filter and selectable 48 V phantom power, the HR-MCP2 does the rest, automatically.

The HR-MCP2 belongs in series with any mic used in a variety of broadcast applications including guest microphones in studio, interview microphones, crowd microphones or any microphone used by someone who may not employ optimum mic technique.

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