MO Radio begins broadcasting with AEQ Capitol IP console.

Kenyan radio station, MO Radio, equips its new Studios with the "King Size" version of the well-known Capitol IP compact console.

The Kenyan radio station, MO Radio 88.2FM, located in the city of Mombasa, starts its broadcasting incorporating the extended version of the AEQ Capitol IP console, with 12 faders instead of 8 faders. MO Radio will start broadcasting at the end of this February, with a mainly musical content.

The AEQ Capitol IP ON-AIR console, with IP connectivity and dual telephone hybrid, is based on a single 16 input and 16 output channels module, incorporated in its "core" which can be expanded with other 16 AoIP DANTE input/output channels and a dual digital telephone hybrid module.

Capitol IP console is ideal for this type of small environments, since its functionalities are adapted to the different needs of small and medium-sized broadcasters, such as: automatic monitor cut-off, cough cut-off, fader-start, signalling control, control signals for the automation of external equipment, external communications management, intercommunication, etc.

Capitol IP (8 or 12 faders versions) can be configured in many different ways, adapting to multiple day-to-day scenarios: self-monitoring, control-locutory, mobile units, continuous broadcasting of content, sound production, mixed configurations, etc.

The installation was carried out by the local company Jamiro Broadcast, located in Nairobi, in collaboration with AEQ Africa Sales Manager, Sergey Alekseev.

Take advantage of this opportunity now and renew your radio studios with a large format console for little more than a conventional Capitol IP console. For more information about AEQ or about the equipment, AoIP solutions and projects, please contact AEQ Africa Sales Manager, Sergey Alekseev This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Notes: Press Release - AEQ - 18th February 2021