NAB2006 Photo Blog - April 27

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Radio magazine brings NAB2006 to you in photos from the convention. From the sessions to the meetings to the show floor, see it all in the Radio magazine daily photo blog.

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Day Sequerra raffled an M2 HD Radio monitor on Thursday. Chriss Scherer had the honor of drawing the winning ticket.

Attendees make their way into the hall for the final day of the show.

This guy loves his Tascam HD-P2 so much that he was speechless.

Shure's wireless mic display provided easy comparison of all the products.

As the shows draws to a close, RDL still draws interest in its new products.

AVP knows jack. Actually, the company knows jackfields of all kinds.

The entrance to the lower South Hall was packed all week, but in the final hours, the crowds have begun to dwindle.

Post Show Pics

Radio magazine received more photos from readers and manufacturers after the convention ended.

Broadcast Electronics hosted its HD Radio seminar on April 23. The company reported attendance numbers among the highest since it began holding HD Radio seminars five years ago.

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