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RDL Radio Design Labs

Radio Design Labs, Inc.®, abbreviated RDL®, is a manufacturer of electronic audio, video and control products headquartered in Prescott, Arizona, USA. Its products are distributed worldwide for use in commercial and residential audio and video installations and in broadcast and recording facilities. The company is known as the pioneer of application-specific electronic modules. The company produces modules in several trademarked product series including STICK-ON®, RACK-UP® and FLAT-PAK™. Audio products comprise the greatest diversity of function, including Power Amplifiers, Transformers, Processing, Paging, Microphone products, Mixing, Line Amplifiers, Test Equipment, Interface products, Pre-amplifiers, EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) products, Program Monitoring, Distribution, Signal Generators, Meters, Speakers, Crossovers, Filters, Attenuators, Phono pre-amplifiers, VCAs (voltage controlled amplifiers) and products to provide local and/or remote Switching. Certain functions offered in the Audio products group are applicable to other signal types. RDL Video products include Distribution, Attenuators, Line Amplifiers, Detectors and a variety of related video switching modules. STICK-ON Modules, the first application-specific module, called STP-1, was sold in 1987. Within weeks, several additional modules were added to the STICK-ON series. The line quickly grew to nearly 50 different products. STICK-ON modules are compact monolithic plastic modules interconnected through high quality terminal blocks. An installation may consist of a single module, or multiple modules may be mounted in various RDL racking adapters. The STICK-ON series quickly became popular because the modules are compact and light-weight enough to be mounted right where they are needed. Adhesive mounting tabs are included with each product.

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