Prism Sound Helps Engineer find Silver Lining

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Prism Sound Helps Engineer find Silver Lining
San Francisco - May 12, 2008 - Anyone who has ever had a vehicle stolen understands how radio broadcast engineer Jay Rose felt when his truck was taken from a hotel parking lot in Las Vegas. But what made his experience so much worse is that not only did he lose his vehicle, he also lost a collection of tools and audio test equipment that had taken him more than 30 years to accumulate.

But it seems that even the blackest cloud has a silver lining because the loss all his equipment gave Rose the opportunity to re-evaluate what he needed, particularly in terms of audio test equipment. He was effectively starting again, so he used the opportunity to look at what was new on the market. After researching possibilities, Rose decided on a Prism Sound Dscope III.

During his career, Rose has worked for radio stations including KMEL-FM, KIOI-FM, KYLD-FM, KKSF-FM and KGO-TV in San Francisco, and KKBT-FM in Los Angeles. In 1999, Rose founded his present company, Jay Rose Broadcast Engineering.

Rose's projects vary from station to station, but to verify and prove problems, he now relies on the Prism Sound Dscope Series III.

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