QSC K Series Loudspeakers Review

Jun 24, 2010, By George Petersen

I’ve used QSC’s HPR 122i powered speakers for several years in portable P.A. applications and have been impressed with their performance. So last year, when QSC debuted its K Series lightweight powered speakers, I was curious to hear them. ...

Mackie Onyx 1640i Review

Jun 24, 2010, By George Petersen

Last fall, Mackie created a stir by announcing that its Onyx 820i console could interface with Pro Tools M-Powered 8 software via a simple driver download. Since then, the entire line of Onyx-i consoles is shipping; Avid and Mackie have formalized a licensing deal; and the PT MP-8 driver is offered as a free download to Onyx-i owners....

DPA 5100 Mobile Surround Microphone Review

Jun 24, 2010, By Joe Hannigan

New from DPA Microphones is the 5100 Mobile Surround Microphone, a multicapsule, self-contained mic for surround recording. The 5100 has five 48-volt, phantom-powered microphone elements in a handsome (yet vaguely bicycle seat–shaped) array...

Smart AV Tango DAW Interface Review

May 21, 2010, By Brandon Hickey

Smart AV, the designers of the original Smart Console, have created a new worksurface that aims to provide ergonomic control over your favorite DAW. The Tango’s small footprint fits into editing suites, overdub rooms, smaller mixing suites and home studios. ...

Endless Analog CLASP Signal Processor Review

May 21, 2010, By Kevin Becka

Five years in the making, CLASP (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) represents an exponential leap forward in hybrid analog/digital technology....

CAD Audio E100S Condenser Microphone Review

May 21, 2010, By Steve La Cerra

The latest microphone from CAD Audio is the E100S, a supercardioid condenser model engineered and built in the U.S. Intended as a general-purpose instrument and vocal mic, the E100S employs...

PreSonus Studio One Pro 1.5 Review

Apr 27, 2010, By Brandon Hickey

Last year, when I heard PreSonus was releasing a DAW, I wondered, “Why get into the DAW game now when major players like Digidesign and Apple have spent years tweaking and retooling their already-popular products?”...

Josephson Engineering C715 Microphone Review

Apr 27, 2010, By Kevin Becka

Josephson Engineering is a boutique microphone company that takes a no-nonsense, audiophile approach to manufacturing, where a no-compromise signal path and build quality are everything. ...

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