Antelope R4S

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R4S

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290,83 €


290,83 € tax excl.

Antelope R4S provides engineers with ease and flexibility to control Satori remotely and allows for fast switching of the full set of options, including talkback via the built-in mic. R4S has a small footprint and ergonomic design, which makes it easy to fit in the often-limited space of the work desk.

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The Antelope Audio R4S is a remote control for the Antelope Satori monitoring and summing system. Connecting to Satori via USB, the R4S gives you control over Satori functions such as input select, monitor select, talkback, mono and mid-side modes, dim, and subwoofer channel on/off. A big aluminum knob with a surrounding LED readout lets you control your monitor volume with precision repeatability.

Features
• Remote control for Antelope Audio Satori
• Connects to Satori via USB

Controls
• Monitor volume
• Input select
• Monitor select
• Mono and mid-side modes
• Monitor dim
• Subwoofer channel on/off
• Talkback mic
• Aluminum volume knob with surrounding LED readout

ConditionNew
TypeRemote control
ApplicationTracking, Mixing & Mastering
Format8.66’’ x 2.22 ‘’ x 3.31’’
ChassisRemote
Quantity1
Direct I/ONo
Digital I/OYes

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Antelope R4S

Antelope R4S

Antelope R4S provides engineers with ease and flexibility to control Satori remotely and allows for fast switching of the full set of options, including talkback via the built-in mic. R4S has a small footprint and ergonomic design, which makes it easy to fit in the often-limited space of the work desk.

Antelope was founded to take audio recording to the next level, providing digital technology that transcends all expectations. Antelope allows you to harness the power of digital audio without sacrificing the warmth and fullness typically associated with analogue gear. With Antelope, it's truly possible to have the best of both worlds.