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Towers: Sabre designs, manufactures and installs towers to meet broadcast specifications. The company provides guyed towers in sizes ranging from a 12" face tubular lightweight tower to an 84" face solid round knock down tower. Sabre offers everything from custom FM support sections to turnkey AM installations.
Digital Endec: The Digital Endec incorporates the latest developments in DSP and other digital techniques. It uses an Internet connection to allow remote, secure activation, system monitoring and uploading of software releases and redundancy. Its network centric design allows logging, printouts and control and automation interface via a network or Internet connection. It now has text-to-speech capabilities and will be fully compliant with the FEMA specified CAP 1.1 standard.
Go Mic: Go Mic is designed to record professional quality audio on any computer. Its unique design provides the user with a built-in laptop mount or allows placement on a multidirectional hinge; ensuring consumers record only the intended audio. Go Mic is ideal for applications such as Skype, Ichat, webcasting, podcasting, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and voice recognition software. Features include plug-and-play MAC and PC compatibility, USB interface for high-resolution, digital audio streaming, a custom design that clips to a laptop or sits on a desk, compact, folding design that allows for easy storage in a brief case or laptop bag, condenser transducer with pressure gradient USB digital output, frequency response of 20Hz - 18kHz, selectable cardioids or omnidirectional polar recording pattern, available in black or white.
On-air warning lights
Warning lights: Sandies' bright red, back-lit on black letters will keep staff informed. Dimensions are: 5"H x 10"W x 2-1/2" D. These warning lights are 110V and use two 7W bulbs. The text on the lens reads On Air. They are available in 12- and 24Vdc as well as custom text/foreign language by special order. Sandies also has a new 3-sided on air light with dimensions: 5"H, 3-1/8"W, 2-3/8"D.
Audiophile HD 800: A unique transducer and ear cup design are two of the key design features of Sennheiser's HD 800 headphones. This audiophile model uses a 56mm sound transducer (reportedly the largest to be found in any dynamic headphones) and an ear cup design that directs sound waves to the ear at a slight angle. The vibrating part of the diaphragm is not a circular surface area but a ring, which is able to set the entire air volume over the transducer into motion, generating the full-bodied sound of the HD 800. This annular design is patented by Sennheiser.
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