Communications Logging Recorders

Triton Electronics has also been selling, installing, and maintaining Eventide's full line of recorders since 1996, and prior to that Magnasync Reel to Reel recorders.

Eventide is located in New Jersey, just across the George Washington Bridge from New York City. Eventide has been in the broadcast and professional audio business since 1971. They were the first to develop and market the "7 second delay" in use by thousands of radio and TV stations. They began manufacturing digital recording equipment in 1989 with the VR240. The world leader in recording technology- Dictaphone, immediately saw the viability of these and sold them under their brand name and called them the "Series 9800."

Eventide Digital Voice Logging recorders are technologically advanced and in use by thousands of public and private entities worldwide.

VR778: Our newest generation of logger; capable of recording up to 192 channels per unit. The VR778 employs the Linux operating system with an internal RAID array for tens (or hundreds) of thousands of hours of online storage. Access is available both from standard Windows PCs using Eventide client software, and from the optional front panel using an intuitive color GUI with softkeys and rotary selector knob. The VR778 is recommended for applications requiring more than 96 channels.

VR725: our 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

VR615: Half the height of the VR778 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.

The DIR911T Instant Recall Recorder: Provides from 2 Hours to 24,000 Hours of storage depending on digital compression rate and storage option selected. It is available in 2 or 4 channel configurations. The DIR911t is networkable and fully compatible with the Eventide MediaWorks PC client. Password security protects the system set-up parameters from being accidentally changed or erased.

Solutions: Triton Electronics, Inc. has installed Eventide Digital Logging Recording in many different locations.

Client Software: Client software for Eventide Voice Logging Recorders and Instant Recall Recorders.