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Presenter: Presenter, like its predecessor DAD, supports all forms of audio technologies including IP audio, traditional sound cards, audio router control, console interfaces, and general purpose I/O, touch screens, etc. The single screen interface features a panel design with many user selectable tools including voice tracking, hot buttons, recording, database, search and more. Other features include cut, paste and block move of playlists elements, user tabs, backsell log and a number of new and refined user friendly tools designed for live assist and voice tracked operations.
Masterclock time code generator
ES-188: The ES-188 is a 1RU black anodized unit that displays nine digits (day of year, hour, minute and second) of time as received via a user-selected NTP server. Several types of time code, as well as a 1PPS signal are generated by the ES-188 and output on the rear panel. These outputs allow the unit to interface with new or existing computers, automation systems and third-party clock systems. The clock features automatic correction for Daylight Saving Time and a four-hour battery backup. Options include ASCII NPR time-code output, relay contact closure, 220Vac, 12 to 35Vdc power input and UL-approved power supply.
Noise Pump Updates: Noise Pump is a uinque production music library providing a wide range of musical styles and attitudes from down tempo chill to traditional orchestra. The five new volumes include Heritage Suite (orchestral themes); Media Business (contemporary overview of digital themes and business applications); Urban Drama (filmic scoring elements with an urban twist); Culture Clash (rhythmic pop); and Lo-Fi Culture (down tempo, chill and hypnotic time warps).
Firewire audio interface
Focusrite Audio Engineering
Saffire PRO 24 DSP: Focusrite proudly launches the new Saffire PRO 24 DSP, a 16-input/8-output Firewire audio interface that features Virtual Reference Monitoring (VRM) in addition to real-time DSP-powered tracking plug-ins. VRM technology provides the ability for a user to mix through their choice of more than 15 different sets of commonly used professional studio monitors and hi-fi speakers, in different acoustic environments and from different positions. Focusrite has crafted the product's two preamps to capture every subtle nuance of an audio source.
Voltage regulator/power conditioner
P-6900 AR E: Part of Furman's Prestige Series, the P-6900 AR E provides voltage regulation, power protection, and filtration. It utilizes Furman's True RMS Voltage Regulation Technology to provide stable voltage to connected equipment, along with Furman's SMP/LiFT/EVS Technologies for professional-level protection and linear ac noise filtration. The P-6900 AR E provides stable voltage output (selectable between 230V and 240V). Furman's True RMS Regulation Technology utilizes an ultra-low noise, microprocessor-controlled, eight-tap torroidal autoformer, assuring quiet operation for critical listening and recording applications with minimal leakage of stray magnetic fields. The P-6900 AR E also features a switchable front-panel digital voltmeter/ammeter with a color-coded voltage range indicator for comprehensive power monitoring, and a front-panel USB charger for cell phones, personal media devices, or to power a USB lamp.
Bi-amplified active monitor
8020B: This system has been designed for monitoring work in difficult listening environments, particularly those compromised by lack of space. The 8020B incorporates Genelec's acoustic design innovations to minimize all forms of distortion in all listening environments. The B model features a mains power switch, now located on the enclosure's rear panel. The rotary front-panel control is used for sound level adjustment only. The audio signal can still be muted (the front LED stays on) by turning the front panel volume knob fully counterclockwise, but actual mains power is only switched off using the rear panel on/off power switch, which turns the front LED on/off. This also enables turning the power off without changing the set level. Along with this change, the second rear-mounted XLR connector has been removed. This new control configuration offers new options for environmentally conscious users and those looking to cut down on energy consumption.
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