NAB2007 Radio magazine Pick Hit Winners Announced


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Las Vegas - Apr 19, 2007 - The Pick Hit Awards are the original technology award presented at the NAB convention. First awarded in 1985, the awards recognize innovation in product development with an eye to meeting the practical needs for radio. The winners are selected by a panel of radio professionals who work independently and anonymously to find the top new products introduced at the convention. Here are the NAB2007 Radio magazine Pick Hit Award Winners:

  • Alert System Enunciator
  • APT Worldcast Eclipse
  • Audemat-Aztec Digiplexer 2/4
  • Audio Science ASI6585
  • Burk Watchband
  • Day Sequerra M3
  • Dialight D264 retrofit adapter
  • ERI Ultra Guy Anchor rod
  • JK Audio Daptor Three
  • Kowa PX10
  • Nautel Secure HD Transport
  • Neutrik EMC
  • RDL Format-A
  • Sierra Automated Systems ICM-32 Intercom Monitor Talk Panel
  • Telos NX12

    Learn more about these products and why they were chosen by the judges in the June NAB wrap-up issue.




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