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Harman Brands to Feature Broadcast Audio Tech at TAB
AUSTIN, TEXAS —Harman Professional will showcase an array of audio products for the broadcast industry at the Texas Association of Broadcasters 61st Annual Convention & Trade Show. This will include Studer digital consoles, AKG microphones and JBL studio monitors.
Studer will feature its Vista 1 all-in-one digital mixing console, with integrated control surface, I/O system, DSP and power supplies consoling one compact footprint. The Studer Vista 1 also features a redundant PSU for peace of mind, and Relink integration with other Studer Vista and OnAir consoles which means the Vista 1 can share signals across an entire console network. Two expansion slots for standard Studer D21m I/O cards may be used for interfaces connecting to formats including CobraNet or Aviom A-Net, Ethersound, Dante, Dolby E and MADI I/O.
AKG will stage a variety of microphones and headphones for broadcast applications, including the C4500 BC. This large-diaphragm condenser microphone in front-addressed format is designed for on-air broadcast work. It provides a cardioid pickup with voice-friendly tuning and a low proximity effect, as well as high RF/EMI insensitivity.
In addition, JBL Professional will show off its 3 Series studio monitors, which are now available with the LSR310S powered studio subwoofer. Driven by an integrated 200 Watt Class D power amplifier, a new 10-inch high excursion woofer works in concert with JBL’s Slip Stream Port, delivering low-frequency response below 27 Hz, with peak output of 113 dB SPL.
Harman designs, manufactures and markets audio, visual, infotainment and integrated control solutions.
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