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Mar4 Suite Pro: AEQ launched its first automation system in 1994 and has recently completed the development of its third generation. The new architecture has been built around the Microsoft SQL Server database engine, and incorporates other complementary functions to maximize broadcast and data security. Moreover, many new features have been included, some of which were requested by users, such as a Mix-Editor that lets its users graphically mix sound on the playlist itself, and a multitrack editor.
AC voltage regulators
Stabiline BVR Series: With a new, solid-state step regulating design that eliminates full load carrying transformers and servo-motor control schemes, the BVR is up to 40 percent lighter than other solutions. BVR models are offered in two standard ranges -- narrow and wide to accommodate various installation needs (source stability and critical load requirements) -- as well as site location. The power that must be corrected is greater for wide range units than narrow range units. All models offer individual phase control, NEMA 1 enclosures allow for easy wiring access, it has low audible noise and low added harmonic distortion.
Fiberoptic acoustical ceiling tiles
Acoustilight: Acoustilight ceiling tiles are a revolutionary LED plug ‘n play acoustical ceiling tile system that is simple to use and adds magic to any high-end ceiling. With both a drop tile ceiling and direct mount systems, the Acoustilight offers premium acoustics, LED technology, labor savings technology, and sheer beauty to name a few of the benefits you will experience. Features include 1.0 NRC rating, low-voltage light source, and patent pending solid-state Star Engine embedded in every panel.
Zoom R16: This recorder is a digital multi-track recorder, an audio interface and a control surface. With the ability to record up to eight tracks simultaneously, it's easy to capture a live band or even a complete drum kit. The R16 features built-in stereo condenser microphones. It also provides eight balanced combination XLR ¼" inputs. Use the R16 to control each function of your DAW software. Incorporate any of the 100+ built-in studio effects to enhance your recording and use the pro-quality mastering effects to complete that studio sound. You can even connect two R16s via USB for synchronized operation and 16 tracks of simultaneous recording.
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