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Zaxcom STA150 Stereo Adaptor

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Zaxcom has introduced a new addition to its professional audio equipment family, the STA150 stereo adaptor.


Now shipping, the STA150 is designed to allow ENG audio professionals to transform an existing single-channel Zaxcom TRX900 or TRX900AA wireless transmitter into a two-channel transmitter. With all connections mounted on the side of the unit, the STA150 is designed specifically for use in sound bags.

The STA150 stereo adaptor provides a balanced stereo audio input designed to eliminate ground loop problems. With a dedicated time code input, the new adaptor is designed to enable an exact match of audio recorded on the TRX and audio/video recorded on-camera by synchronizing the time code generator inside the TRX unit and supporting automated loading of audio onto the TRX’s CompactFlash® memory card.

The new STA150 interface also features an output that can be used either as an audio monitor for playback from the memory card or as a time code output to jam other devices. The STA150 includes an external power input for connection to a 12-volt external power source.

More info at www.zaxcom.com.

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