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Broadcast dynamic mic


Procaster: The Rode Procaster is a professional, broadcast-quality dynamic microphone, specifically designed to offer no-compromise performance for voice applications in broadcast environments. It features a tight polar pattern and tailored-for-voice frequency response. With its retro-inspired design, the Procaster combines a traditional aesthetic with advanced technology to create a broadcast workhorse destined to quickly become an industry standard. The Procaster is fully compatible with the Rode PSA1 studio arm and PSM1 shock mount, for professional microphone mounting.

Streaming option

Stream Audio

Multi-Format Streaming: Stream Audio has developed a system that allows radio stations to reach a larger audience without any additional hardware or software needed at the studio. Stream Audio's Multi-Format Streaming option gives radio stations the ability to stream in the world-standard format MP3, as well as simultaneously providing streams in Windows Media, AAC, AAC Plus, and OGG. These formats will allow listeners to receive a stream from the station using nearly any player or computer operating system such as Windows, Mac, and Linux, while also reaching many mobile devices.

1-bit sound recorder


MR-200S: Korg has expanded its MR Series of digital recorders with the MR-2000S 1-Bit studio recorder. Input and feedback from leading recording and mastering engineers have lead to the creation of the MR2000S, offering this same unmatched audio quality and enhanced by additional functionality and studio-ready connectivity. With ultra-high quality sound that exceeds DVD audio, a wide frequency response and the ability to capture and reproduce transient responses and spacial imaging as never before, the MR-2000S introduces a new era in recording quality. The MR-2000S is 1RU digital stereo 1-bit recorder, offering 5.6MHz or 2.8MHz 1-bit recording, or up to 24-bit 192kHz PCM recording and playback. 1-bit file formats DSDIFF (used in SACD production), WSD and DSF are all supported, as well as PCM support for standard WAV, BWF (Broadcast WAV) and even MP3 playback. Sampling frequencies for PCM formats range from 44.1kHz through 192kHz.

AM HD Radio exciter


AM IBOC Exciter: Nautel's AM IBOC Exciter is paired with the Exporter Plus for AM HD Radio transmission. This product implements Nautel's latest AM digital exciter and Exgine technology; it has magnitude/phase outputs suitable for standard AM transmitters. Analog and AES inputs are provided for backup audio sources and a front panel LCD user interface provides full configuration and status information. The AM IBOC Exciter uses a LAN port to receive date from the Exporter Plus as well as for serving Web pages for remote user access.

Handheld dynamic mic


STC-80: The STC-80 is Sontronics' first handheld dynamic microphone. It has the same rugged construction as Sontronics handheld condensers and offers a high-quality dynamic capsule. The STC-80 has a solid feel with superb sound quality and low handling noise. It delivers first-class results on stage and in the studio. well as a direct microphone for guitar cabinets, snare drums, and toms. Its internal pop filter effectively reduces plosive sounds. The STC-80 is packaged in an aluminum flight case for ultimate protection on the road.

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