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HRmk2: The THX-approved HR824mk2 and HR624mk2 monitors replace their predecessors, the HR824 and HR624, and boast a wide range of technological features. Crafted from a single piece of cast aluminum, the HRmk2's new Zero Edge Baffle minimizes diffraction for a crystal clear mix image, while its Optimized Waveguide delivers wide, even dispersion as well as full, articulate mids. Coupled with the passive radiator, the new baffle design also ensures tight, articulate bass extension. And with a real wood enclosure, the HRmk2s perform with maximum detail, clarity and warmth. The HR624mk2 features a 6.7" low-distortion LF transducer and a 1" titanium dome tweeter. The HR824mk2 has an 8.75" low-distortion LF woofer and a 1" titanium dome tweeter.
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HP6E: The HP6E is a flexible and reliable six-channel headphone amplifier housed in a sturdy 1RU metal chassis. The HP6E boasts a variety of improvements over the original HP6 including improved frequency response, additional power, digital control of input selection, and a fifth mix input. Built-in flash memory has also been added to allow for last state memory recall of the input selection for each channel. The HP6E's flexible design allows any of the four available audio input source signals to be routed to any of the six Class A headphone amps provided on the HP6E. An additional fifth stereo signal can also be mixed into each individual headphone channel.
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PDR-1: Complete with four microphones consisting of two internal and two lapel mics with sensitivity adjustment, a set of ear buds and USB cable, the PDR-1 comes housed in a sturdy chassis. It records regular audio at 16-bit/44.1kHz, and MP3s at 128kb/s. At 1kHz, the signal-to-noise ratio is 55dB and frequency response is 20Hz to 20kHz. The PDR-1 has two 1/4" mono jacks, one 1/8" stereo line out jack, two 1/4" line in/guitar mono jacks with volume controls, USB Port, a 1" x 2" LCD display and hold button. It is factory stocked with 128MB of Flash memory, expandable up to 4GB for a total of almost seven hours maximum recording time in stereo at full bandwidth, has built in monitor speakers, and includes a power adaptor.
Audio to bare wire adapters
HK-101, HK-103, HK-132, HK-104/102, HK-118: The HK-101 adapter provides binding posts for the connection of bare ended wires. The binding posts are also spaced to accommodate the use of a double plug test fixture. The normal connections are red post to pin 2 of the XLR and black to pin 3. The HK-103 and HK-119 (narrow profile) adapters provide binding posts for the connection of bare ended wires. The binding posts are also spaced to accommodate the use of a double plug test fixture. The third metal push post is connected to pin 1 (GND). The HK-104 adapter consists of a standard the pin XLR connector with a three-position terminal strip. The HK-104 also provides for connections of audio input or output circuits to existing Telco pairs or other non-terminated audio pairs. The HK-118 adapter provides for the quick connect/disconnect of bare ended wires in a miniature form. This mini-barrier will accommodate wire from 16 to 24 gauge.
HJ Series connectors
Heliax: Electronics Research has expanded its line of Heliax to rigid coaxial line connectors to include connectors for 3" cable to 3-1/8" rigid line and 1-5/8" cable to 1-5/8" rigid line. E-connectors' flanges allow direct connection to rigid transmission line, television and FM antenna inputs, and transmitter outputs. All connectors are available in both gas pass and gas barrier versions, as well as male and female configurations. The new Heliax connectors are available in 10 models.
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