2009 NAB Show New Products
Nexnet: The Nexnet cabling cabinet is stylish, robust and specifically designed to save installation and maintenance time in the datacenter. Its unique double wish-bone design allows cables to be laid into the cabinet rather than pulled in. With wide radius cable management accessories, 10G and Cat-6 cables are protected during patching to preserve your systems performance. Currently available with 42U spaces in 24" and 32" widths and 24", 32", and 40" depths, it is uniquely designed for the datacenter.
Dual microphone pre-amplifier
Mic: The Musicam USA Mic is a professional solution for all applications in which a microphone input is not available or is of insufficient quality. Cost and space constraints often compromise the performance of pre-amplifiers fitted to inexpensive mixing desks, portable digital recorders and PC soundcards. External microphone pre-amplification from a Mic can noticeably enhance overall performance, giving a wider range of gain and a reduction of noise levels.
Veneer and laminate acoustical doors
Studio doors: Overly's acoustical wood doors have STC ratings from 41 to 49. Wood doors are provided with metal framing systems and are intended for interior use only. Unique manufacturing methods and patent pending designs make for a light weight and higher STC rating. The doors are available in a wide array of finishes. Choose from a variety of cuts and wood species, such as rift cut red oak or plain sliced maple. There are many combinations available. Contact the factory for selection sheets or veneer samples.
Xtreme-Complete: Xtreme-Complete is a radio station in a box. On air, production, scheduling and logging can be performed at the same time on this workstation. No additional hardware or software is required. An Xtreme-Complete workstation is used for each on air channel in a facility. As an example, an AM-FM requires two workstations. For the other studios in the station such as traffic, production, and news, Arrakis can supply a preconfigured Dell PC or the customer can supply their own PC. Xtreme fully supports all types of on air operation: live, live assist, hard disk automation and satellite automation. The Xtreme automation system features dual audio outputs for program and cue. Up to four audio streams can be mixed to program while cueing.
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