Electro-Voice EVU

Sep 13, 2011

The new EVU ultra-compact member of the EV-Innovation family of installation dedicated loudspeakers, and support and complement the other members of the EV-Innovation family (EVA true line array, EVF front-load and EVH horn-load) when used for delay, under-balcony, front-fill, wall-mount and distributed audio applications. ...

Midas PRO2, PRO2C

Sep 13, 2011

The Midas PRO2 and PRO2C live audio systems take the audio quality, performance and values of the top-end Midas XL8, and make them available at a price point well below the general-purpose mixing console average. ...

AKG DMS 70

Sep 13, 2011

The DMS 70 digital wireless microphone system operates in the 2.4GHz ISM band, a worldwide license-free frequency range. The entire DMS 70 package includes AKG’s DSR 70 receiver, DPT 70 digital pocket transmitter and DHT 70 digital handheld transmitter wireless mic (pictured), as well as a DSR 70 rackmount kit and power supply and other accessories. All DMS 70 devices are available separately and in the following packages: the Vocal Set Dual, Instrumental Set Dual and Vocal/Instrumental Set Dual. ...

JBL VerTec V5 DSP Presets Pilot Program

Sep 13, 2011

The Pilot Program for the new VerTec V5 DSP presets—software plug-in upgrades for VerTec VT4889, VT4888, VT4880 and VT4880A models that use OMNIDRIVEHD linear-phase FIR-processing capability found in Crown I-Tech HD Series power amplifiers and JBL DrivePack DPDA input modules—is underway. ...

Now Shipping: JoeCo BBR-DANTE Version of BlackBox Recorder

Sep 6, 2011

The result of a collaboration between JoeCo and Audinate, the BBR-DANTE is designed to record/replay up to 32 channels of audio data from a Dante network. The unit provides engineers with a computer-free, high-quality solution for multichannel live audio capture. Able to record up to 32 channels of audio at 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz directly to Broadcast WAV files on an external USB 2 (FAT32-formatted) drive, the BBR-DANTE also accommodates higher sample rate recording (88.2 kHz and 96kHz) at a reduced track count. ...

InfoComm 2011 Show Report

Aug 1, 2011, By Tom Kenny

InfoComm (June 11-17, Orlando) has grown into a pretty healthy trade show, with an increased audio presence that has made it the leading U.S. marketplace for A/V installation professionals. . ...

Versatile Sound | New Line Arrays

Jul 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

Whether hanging from an arena, installed in a house of worship or on a stand for a local coffee-bar gig, P.A. systems are an essential element in any live performance. When looking to upgrade a system, safe and easy rigging, advanced digital control, amplifier integration and great sound are high on the features list—and manufacturers are responding in kind. Here, listed in alphabetical order, is what’s new in line array products for your listening pleasure. ...

Potential Solution for 'Listener Fatigue'

Jul 1, 2011, Compiled By Sarah Benzuly

At the 130th AES convention (London, May 14), in-ear technologist Stephen Ambrose, along with Robert Schulein and Samuel Gido, entered two papers and a presentation that described a potential solution to “listener fatigue,” the discomfort and pain experienced while using in-ear headphones, hearing aids and other devices that seal the ear canal from external sound. Under their Asius Technologies brand name, they described how sealing a speaker in the ear canal dramatically boosts sound pressures and how a modified ear-tip can help alleviate, or even eliminate, that effect. ...

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