You have seen the TV spots for the latest and greatest products that we just can't live without. Recently there was one that caught the eye of our reviewer. It might have caught your eye as well.
The Imedialogger can record 12 audio sources and can play back and record simultaneously. The Bonneville St. Louis stations put it to the test.
Radiovisa in Los Angeles has installed a consolidated router and console system from SAS. The system reduces the cabling needs as well as the in-studio equipment needs for the stations.
Studio Technologies announcer's consoles played a big role in bringing two of 2004's biggest sporting events back to their audiences. Remote engineer Raul Velez reviews these controllers.
After the third lightning strike, Joe Ternovan, chief engineer of Infinity Columbus, OH, looked into other means of protecting the system from lightning strikes through the telephone line. He found the Clenney Communications Optelator.
The Xport can transmit audio via POTS or ISDN to a studio-located ISDN Zephyr codec. Kirk Chestnut provides a review.
Vermont Public Radio has increased its demand on condenser mics, as outlined in this review.
At closer inspection, the Profiler could replace the dreaded open-reel logger. Mike Kernen shares his review.
A review of the FMX480, a 1RU device that includes an RBDS encoder, DARC encoder, stereo generator, multiplex optimizer and multiplex limiter.
Tim Wright reviews the Vadis DCII system.
Richard Hamilton reviews this phone/audio interface he uses to create an Internet talk show on trains.
WBHF-AM fixes some post-move challenges, as this review outlines.
WLIU reviews the audio codec for its remote needs.
Doug Irwin reviews the DSP-based on-air radio processors.
Mike Rogers reviews the Omnia-6EX on-air radio audio processor.
Don Mussell reviews the RF mapping software.
WQSX-FM chose the Intraplex for its IBOC upgrade and provides this review.
Audio self-expression can be found in Adobe's multi-track editing program.
Orban's Optimod-PC 1100 isn't a conventional FM or AM final processor.
Dead air is a program director's worst nightmare, and while no station is immune from it, this is easy insurance.
This interface facilitates making analog audio measurements with an oscilloscope.
What's old is new again with a series of Pro Tools effects plug-ins.
It looks unusual, but the Blue Mouse is a real performer.
The Otari DB-10 digital console features 10 input faders and a host of bells and whistles that make this console flexible.
WSM, Nashville, wasn't looking for a new audio processor, but after trying the Omnia 4.5, the change is welcomed as this review explains.