The Radio Magazine Pick Hits of the 2008 NAB Show
Las Vegas - Apr 15, 2008 - The Radio magazine Pick Hits of the 2008 NAB Show were selected by the magazine's Pick Hits panel on the afternoon of April 16 during the NAB Show. This group of respected and experienced engineers selected the top 15 new products introduced at the convention that show innovation, fill a genuine need in radio broadcasting and are expected to ship within the year.
The 15 winners are:
- 25-Seven Systems Program Delay Manager
- Array Solutions Power Aim 120
- ATI DM500
- Audio Science ASI8914
- Bird Electronic TPM
- BTX Maxblox
- Burk Technology Plus-X AC-8
- Ecreso Next FM/Audemat Digiplexer 246
- Enco Systems RAMA
- Henry Six Mix
- Inovonics 525
- IP Connect IPC100
- Nautel NV40
- Omnia Audio Omnia.8x
- Wheatstone E2
Additional information will be included in the April 22 issue of the NAB Insider e-mail newsletter, and complete details including descriptions will be part of the NAB Show review in the June issue of Radio magazine.
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