2009 NAB Extra
HJ4-50, HJ5-50, HJ9-50: ERI expands its line of air Heliax coaxial cable connectors with the introduction of an HJ4-50 (½" cable) to ⅞" EIA connector, HJ5-50 (⅞" cable) to ⅞" EIA connector, and HJ9-50 (5" cable to 6" EIA connector. With these additions, ERI now offers the full range of broadcast connectors for Heliax air-dielectric coaxial cable. ERI maintains a 30,000-square-foot stock area housing an inventory of standard components and accessories for coaxial cable and rigid transmission line systems. In cases of emergency, these items can generally be ordered for next day delivery to any transmission facility within the United States.
Wireless audio gateway
Bluekeeper: Bluekeeper sends mic and line level signals to a wireless phone while maintaining separation between the local voice and the caller. The stereo output jack on the back of the unit provides the sending voice on one channel and only the caller's voice on the other channel. The balanced XLR output jack contains only the caller's voice. Bluekeeper pairs to a cell phone like a Bluetooth wireless headset. Bluekeeper also pairs to Bluetooth-equipped sound cards and music players in full bandwidth stereo A2DP mode. The 3.5mm stereo line input jack allows recordings to be sent into the Bluetooth device. The 3.5mm stereo line output jack provides the full bandwidth send mix on the left channel and Bluetooth caller audio on the right channel. The headphone output provides a mix of the XLR input, 3.5 mm input and Bluetooth audio.
Mobile recording studio
VB Mobile Studio: The 20' VB Mobile Studio includes a control room, vocal booth and a performance space. This studio is housed in a large trailer that can be hauled behind any tour bus or heavy duty pickup truck. This smaller option utilizes a slide-out expansion system adding more than 30 percent more space to the trailer. There are also 30' and 40' VB Mobile Studio trailers available. The much larger 53' VB Mobile Studio is housed in a full 18-wheeler truck trailer with a slide-out feature and includes a restroom, mini bar, lounge, vocal booth, control room and performance space. Each studio is fully customizable including interior design choices and exterior trailer graphics. Each size abounds with options related to temperature control, cable conduits, custom lighting and other luxury amenities.
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