Eventide has an extensive line of digital voice logging recorders, instant recall recorders, and accessories for use by communications and
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VR778 (PDF) Our newest generation of logger capable of recording up to 192 channels per unit, employs the Linux operating system with internal RAID disks for tens of thousands of hours of online storage. Access is available both from standard PCs using Eventide client software, and from the front panel using an intuitive color GUI with softkeys and rotary selector knob. Recommended for applications requiring more than 48 channels. (Specifications, subject to change without notice or obligation.)
VR725 (PDF) A midsized logger, with channel capacity between that of the VR778 and the VR615, the VR725 Linux-based recorder is available with two front panel options: The economical "blank" front panel version permits local control with a user-supplied PC keyboard/mouse/monitor combination. A touchscreen front panel is available for continuous local access. Both versions are always accessible using the same Eventide client software as the VR778 and VR615. (Brochure)
VR615 (PDF) A scaled-down version of
the VR778, this unit is half the height and can record up to 48 channels.
It, too, employs the Linux
operating system with internal RAID disks for tens of thousands of hours of
online storage. Access is available both from standard PCs using Eventide
client software, and from the front panel using an intuitive color GUI with
softkeys and rotary selector knob. Recommended for applications requiring up to 48 channels. (datasheet
VR320 Economical for 8 to 48 channel
applications, this logging recorder is accessible via a TCP/IP network connection. Standard software features include a comprehensive call records database and remote access from a standard Internet web browser. Available options include an 8-channel Hi-Fi input board,
T1 input board, and IRIG-B time code input port. Our software remote-control packages are compatible with the VR320.
DIR911t Instant Recall Recorder Available in a rack-mount or desktop configuration the DIR911t comes standard with Eventide's IntelliClearTM pitch-correction software. Recorded calls can be accessed instantly, then, incrementally slowed-down (or sped-up) to increase clarity.
Software Packages - The following Eventide software can be delivered in kits or as part of a complete PC package. Contact us for more information about "turn-key" systems.
ArchiveReviewTM Through the use of this PC software package and an appropriate media drive, original archive media from a VR320, VR240, or VR208HF logging recorder can be played on any PC or laptop computer without a physical connection to the logger.
Network Access Designed for use with an existing or dedicated TCP/IP network, this software allows network control of the search, play, and live monitor capabilities, from one or more remote locations, of one or more VR320 logging recorders. Access the the archive media and internal hard disk communications and call records database can be granted or denied by an administrator through the use of password-protected user profiles. Facilities for creating, compiling, and editing .wav files are available for users with access permission.
PC Remote Control This software kit allows remote access to the VR320, VR240, and VR208HF logging recorders via an RS232/RS485 interface. The kit includes an under-monitor speaker which can be connected directly to the line-out of the recorder or through the PC sound card. Also included is an RS485 to RS232 step-down adapter and all necessary connectors. Optionally available from Eventide is a telephone input board for the PC that works with the PC Remote Software to allow call-in access from any touch-tone telephone.
Eventide provides many storage options for our recorders. Each one is designed to give you the maximum amount of storage appropriate to your application and budget. Below are charts to assist you with choosing the right archive drive, archive media, and internal hard disk.Channel-hour Capacity Chart (VR778, VR725, VR615)
Channel-hour Capacity Chart (relevent to public safety facilities) -VR320
Channel-hour Capacity Chart (relevant to broadcasters)-VR320
Communication Division Manuals
This page updated 23 February 2006
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