Integrated Circles improves Digital SoundStores
30 October 2003
UK - Audio-visual specialist Integrated Circles has launched a new addition to its range of solid-state audio and video players - the SoundStore MP3 - offering solid-state audio playback and 10-year warranty for constant daily operation. Integrated Circles' latest product boasts high quality stereo playback as standard, vastly extended programme duration, built-in audio amplification and the option to interact with lighting and other special effects. Its ability to store up to 127 discrete audio passages makes it an ideal tool for Oral History playback, amongst many anticipated uses.
"Over the past 25 years we have dealt with a lot of different clients and their individual requirements," says Integrated Circles founder and technical director, Simon Beer. "With the SoundStore MP3 we aim to meet as many of these needs as possible. This latest addition to our product range is a technological leap from our first Digital SoundStore, built in 1979, with a playtime of only 4 seconds and a bandwidth close to telephone quality."
With SoundStore MP3, audio can be replayed repeatedly, triggered using a passive infra-red detector (PIR) or other types of switches and push buttons. Adding to its versatility, control of volume bass and treble are available on the front panel and audio tracks and control instructions can be loaded into the SoundStore MP3 either in house by Integrated Circles, or by the clients themselves.
Like Integrated Circles' complementary products such as ShowStores, VideoStores, lighting and show control systems, the SoundStore MP3 has been designed to withstand years of constant operation and the outstanding warranty period offered demonstrates the confidence the company has in the durability and reliability of its audio and visual equipment.
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