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Re: Chris Pearson-Manx Radio Feed
The studio signal exits via an XLR stereo phased soluble limited quadrangle coax converter. At the end is an ADSL connector fitted to a wireless Tenda Booster. The reception is made at shore and plugged into the BT mast by the car park. From there it goes at 900 Mbps to Londonís Ofcom headquarters to be monitored and a 10 second delay added. By that time the speed has been boosted to 1Tbpm, off it travels from Ofom to Orford Ness and through the Optimod dSPX combination with a low frequency boost of 50Hz, then crossover at 100Hz up to 500Khz in the top ranges. At that stage it is fed into a Behringer limiter to balance the mid range and boost the HF balance. Rob canít answer today as heís doing the sound for ĎIím a celebrity sheepís eye bursting competitioní I hope that answers your very interesting question.
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