RTS Introduces Kanji Keypanel for ADAM, Zeus, & Cronus Intercoms at 2004 NAB Show

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RTS will be introducing a full line of Kanji Language based

RTS Intercom Keypanels

at this year’s NAB, Booth #C-9106. Developed in conjunction with


, one of Japan’s leading broadcasters, the

User Stations

provide full functionality, with full support for Kanji, Katakana, Hiragana, and English language displays. Desktop, rackmount, and handset models are available. Employing the latest in


audio processing and enhanced menus, the panels are fully programmable and supported on the full line of

RTS Matrix Intercoms

. The

User Stations

continue RTS’s commitment to the Japanese and world markets, following on the success of the first Katakana language panels introduced at NAB 2000. For more information, visit the RTS Intercom website:




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