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Neutrik:

Rugged optical connectors

Neutrik

Booth N9029

IP65 Rated Opticalcon: This connector has been upgraded for dust-tight and water-jet protection. The upgrade extends the outdoor capabilities of the Opticalcon, making it ideal for mobile trucks and other outdoor broadcast settings. It is especially useful when weatherproof extensions are required. To achieve a water-resistant IP65 connection, additional seals and gaskets have been employed on the chassis connector and cable ends. For earlier versions of Opticalcon cable connection systems, an upgrade kit is offered so it can be combined with the upgraded NO2-4FDW chassis connector or NAO2-4S75W coupler. The new cable ends are 100 percent backward compatible and work with all existing chassis installations.
732-901-9488
www.neutrik.com
info@neutrikusa.com


Aluminun and steel panels

APW Enclosures

Booth SU5613

Filler panels: Stantron's aluminum and steel filler panels are rack-mounts, designed to block open spaces and provide a continuous and clean look to the front of the rack. They come in a wide range of styles and sizes and are compatible with Stantron's E-Rack and Presentation Racks. Stantron manufactures both varieties of panels in solid, perforated, vertical- or horizontal-slotted styles, as well as solid flat designs. The aluminum filler panels come in a variety of finishes to complement existing equipment and rack configurations. Stantron's steel filler panels are available in four standard colors.
714-634-7300
www.apw.com
sales.us@apw.com


Baffles, panels and tiles

Pinta Acoustic/Sonex

Booth N6814

Sonex Clean: These products are designed for environments that require noise control with durable, washable and cleanable materials. The baffles, panels and ceiling tiles are fully encapsulated in FR taffeta vinyl for efficient cleaning and long, durable life. They offer excellent sound absorption to reduce reverberation or echo. The Sonex Clean line is made from Pinta Acoustic's Willtec melamine foam core, which is ASTM E84 Class 1 fire-rated. Products are available in 17 standard colors. The baffles and panels are 24" x 48" x 2" and the ceiling tiles are available in 24" x 24" x 2" or 24" x 48" x 2".
800-662-0032
www.pinta-acoustic.com
sales@pinta-acoustic.com


Avlex

Audio mixers

Avlex

Booth N5232

Bardl P Series: Available in 8- and 12-channel configurations, the Bardl P Series offers features including general sound reinforcement for fixed and portable use, as well as integration into desktop recording environments. The series provides USB and S/PDIF digital connectivity. The integrated USB capability facilitates bi-directional audio communication with software-based recording applications while the S/PDIF port enables a CD recorder or other similar equipment to serve as a mastering deck. Two of the same model mixers can be cascaded for increased channel capacity via a 9-pin D-Sub connector. The P Series mixers also provide switchable mic/line inputs. Primary input channels have three-band shelving EQ while a contour control is provided for Groups 1, 2 and the main L-R stereo bus. For monitoring, the mixers provide separate headphone level control and direct output control for recording.
877-447-9216
www.avlex.com
sales@avlex.com




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