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Xerox-branded tower duplicators: The Xerox-branded standalone tower duplicators offer the ability to transfer image files directly from a PC to the duplicator's internal hard drive, saving users the time and effort usually required to produce a master disc for each project. With a range of SKUs from 1:1 up to 1:15 writer drives, each operates independently of a PC. Several models in the line also provide users with a 256MB buffer memory for more stable and reliable high-speed duplication with a greatly reduced occurrence of buffer underrun errors.
A5: This powered monitor uses the same technology as existing Adam monitors. Technically, the A5 is a smaller version of the A7, and can be used either in stereo or to fill out a 5.1 surround system. Powered by 2×25W on-board amplifiers, the A5 combines Adam's accelerated ribbon technology folded ribbon tweeter with a 5" woofer constructed of a carbon fiber and Rohacell sandwich. The front of the A5 sports dual ports for low frequency response down to 55Hz, metal grills for added durability, as well as power and gain controls. The rear panel includes balanced XLR jacks, unbalanced RCA jacks and Stereolink, which connects speakers with input and output jacks, allowing the user to control the overall volume of the system from any one speaker's gain control.
WMRK: WMRK Series configured server enclosures are manufactured with features that simplify cable, thermal and power management when mounting servers or other data-specific components, and save installers time and energy when ordering, installing and servicing components. The enclosures are designed to house servers from all manufacturers. They are also designed to facilitate passive thermal management with perforated front and split rear doors and a Decora temperature-monitoring module for local monitoring; as well as electrical knockouts on rear plates, removable split bottom rear panel, integral gland grommeted cable pass-throughs and a 42-space vertical lacing strip.
DT 770 PRO HT: Beyerdynamic unveiled the Headzone PRO, a 5.1 portable surround monitoring system, at NAB2007. To provide additional sound isolation in noisy remote environments, the Headzone system has been extended to include the closed DT 770 PRO HT headphones. Thanks to Binaural Environment Modeling technology and patented ultrasonic headtracking, Headzone recreates a 5.1 surround monitor setup utilizing conventional stereo headphones. To further create the feel of a traditional 5.1 setup, the Headzone uses an ultrasonic headtracker to detect the position of the listener's head and adapts the source audio playback accordingly.
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