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Condenser microphones

Audix

Micros Series: The world's smallest condenser microphones with integrated preamp and detachable cable are the newest members of the Micros Series: the M1250 and M1280. Both feature newly designed circuitry with immunity from RF interference. The M1250 is 50mm in length, 12mm in diameter and 0.6 oz with a frequency response of 80Hz-20kHz, while the M1280 is 90mm in length, 12mm in diameter, and 1 oz with a frequency response 40Hz-20kHz providing extended bass response. Each body is precision machined out of brass at the Audix factory, finished in a durable black e-coat, and laser etched with model and serial number. Each model has four interchangeable capsules to choose from: cardioid, hypercardioid, omni-directional and supercardioid.
800-966-8261
www.audixusa.com
info@audixusa.com


Software

Wirecad

XLT: Often, other designers or engineers will produce the initial system design and hand it off to the facility maintenance team. Wirecad XLT is perfect for the facility maintenance team. It provides unlimited project databases, cables and drawings. Tools are enabled to link to other user's projects and create new projects. The software is an ideal upgrade to XL or v3 Personal. It can be used as a starting point for a design or documentation effort, or simply maintain existing Wirecad documentation.
661-253-4370
www.wirecad.com
sales@wirecad.com


Passive studio montior

Blue Sky International

I/ON: A fully sealed box design solidly constructed out of acoustic-grade MDF, this speaker is five times heavier than the typical 6.5" two-way in-wall speakers. I/ON offers easy in-wall or on-wall installation with consistent performance regardless of mounting and the sealed enclosure provides the correct acoustic volume. Also, I/ON is an evolution of Blue Sky's SAT 6.5 MK II active studio monitor, and is designed to integrate with Blue Sky's SUB 12 and SUB 15 Universal.
516-249-1399
www.abluesky.com
info@abluesky.com


Content management software

Netia Digital Audio

Manreo: Manreo is a range of software to realize productivity gains in media asset management and rich media. Its tools include software packages and customizable solutions. Manreo software addresses the problems of a range of professionals who manage and add value to media: digitization, editing of raw footage, indexing, archiving and browsing. Owing to its video product range Manreo, Netia offers content providers with the tools to manage their entire processes, from acquisition to multi-support broadcast, such as radio, Internet and mobile phones.
866-638-4222
www.netia.net
j.martin@netia.net


Upgrades and Updates

Danagger Audio Works has reduced the list prices of its popular audio loss prevention systems. (www.danagger.com)... Zaxcom has released a software upgrade for its Deva IV, Deva V and Deva 5.8 multitrack recorder systems. Deva software 4.0 includes the capability for simultaneous multi-disc recording and background disk copying. (www.zaxcom.com)...Dialight has introduced a 48Vdc version of its D264 Series of medium-intensity LED red beacons. Until now, the beacons had been available only in 120/240Vac fixtures. (www.dialight.com)



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