Sales Call for the Week of Oct 11 - Oct 17, 2012
Wheatstone processing is in use at:
■ Astral Radio in Gatineau, Canada, ordered two Vorsis VP-8 digital audio processors through Marketing Marc Vallee, Quebec.
■ Radio Manawan in Canada ordered one Vorsis VP-8 digital audio processor through Marketing Marc Vallee, Quebec.
■ WAYZ-FM Hagerstown, MD, purchased an M-1 digital mic processor through SCMS.
■ KFMK-FM Austin, TX, purchased an M-1 digital voice processor.
Audioarts Engineering has sold several consoles:
■ KZZJ- AM Rugby, ND, purchased an R-55e console through BSW.
■ The University of Washington in Seattle purchased an R-55e console through BSW.
■ South High School in Grove, IL, purchased an Air-4 console.
WhisperRoom has partnered with Audigy Group, a management and consulting business group for audiology professionals. Audigy is a primary resource regarding recommendations of equipment for audiologists' offices, which includes the hearing-test booth.
Wheatstone has posted several sales:
■ Clear Channel San Diego ordered seven LX-24 control surfaces, 28 Blades, several PC drivers and Navigator software.
■ Northern Lights Broadcasting's KHTC-FM Minneapolis ordered a WheatNet-IP AoIP system with an LX-24 control surface and two IP-12 control surfaces.
■ Clear Channel Portland added to an existing WheatNet-IP AoIP system with new guest panels and a Blade.
■ The CBC in Charlottetown, Canada, purchased 10 WheatNet-IP Blades with routing utilities and Navigator software through Marketing Marc Vallee, Quebec.
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