Clear Channel Rochester Moves
With its old location being demolished, Clear Channel Rochester trusted Lightner Electronics to get things moving.
Atlas Sound mic stands
Anixter CAT-5, CAT-3 cable
Audioarts X-Y controller
Broadcast Tools Connect O' Pad, SS4.1
ETA System PD8
Harger RF panel
JK Audio That 2
Middle Atlantic PRO-MRK-4436LRD
O.C. White Elite
Omnimount 60.0 STX-PA
Panduit slotted duct
Rambro AMB-23, MBR-4
Rane HC 6
Symetrix 528E, 581E, 6100
Telos Nx12, TwoX12
West Penn 25226, 271
Wheatstone Bridge, G4, mic riser
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