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Raycom Launches Wisycom's New MPR50  Raycom has launched Wisycom's new MPR50 – a high performance, true diversity IEM/IFB receiver. 



The MPR50 offers high quality FM stereo for MPX decoding with mix mode function in IEM mode and narrow band modulation to enhance noise immunity and coverage in mono IFB mode.Read More >>

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