Radio magazine brings the 119th AES Convention to you in photos.
The Javits Center is ready for attendees on day three of the convention.
Surround sound is perfectly suited for automobiles. This was the message from Harman.
Wireworks showed its line of wire, cables, connectors, cable assemblies and metal fabrication.
While the company provides service for modern Apple computer systems, Tekserve gets a lot of attention from
its display of antique audio equipment.
Lined up and ready for action. Studio Projects microphones are ready for today's comparisons.
The Edirol solid-state recorders are put through their paces.
SRS Labs, one company vying for use as a surround sound system with IBOC, showed its surround products.
Neumann showed the BCM 705 and the BCM 104 broadcast mics.
The last historical event of the day was the 70th Anniversary of FM Broadcasting tribute.
Back row: Dave Bialik, broadcast events chairman; Herb Squire, DSI RF Systems; Steve Hemphill, Solid
Electronics Laboratories; Renville McMann Jr., CBS Laboratories; Chralres Sackermann Jr., CSC Management
Front row: Scott Fybush, panel moderator, Northeast Radio Watch; Robert Brecht; Jerry Minter, Components
Corporation; Mike Katzdorn; Gilbert Houck, Houck and Bowen Engineering.
One piece of the histroical display included this master oscillator breadboard from Armstrong's initial FM
tests that originated from the Empire State Building.
Guitarist Brad Walsh attracts an audience as he demonstrates editing and recording software in a performance venue at the AES Convention.