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DT 790 and DT 797: The basis of these new headsets is the DT 770 PRO with the addition of a pivoting gooseneck microphone boom, and one of two microphone capsules. Both models have been built to thrive in highly noisy environments. The DT 790, with dynamic microphone (hypercardioid), is specially designed with sound engineers in mind, while the DT 797, with condenser microphone (cardioid), has been developed for use by commentators in live broadcasting situations. The powerful headphone-systems feature a frequency response of 5Hz to 30kHz, providing an exceptionally balanced sound characteristic. The sound insulating housing and soft-skin ear pads provide isolation from ambient noise and the microphone boom makes sure the dynamic microphone can always be optimally adjusted into any required position. The microphone boom can be used at left or right side or can be moved into standby (upper) position. The single-sided cable will be available with a wide variety connectors to accommodate any application.

LED lamps



3D A19-style LED bulbs: The 3D A19-style LED bulbs offer vivid, colorful lighting in many versatile applications. The series comes in a UV-protective, plastic A19-shape globe covering that allows the LED light to shine in multiple directions (three dimensions) while still being protected from the environment. These hardy bulbs are perfect in any situation that allows for standard 26mm Edison screw base 120Vac attachments. These A19 incandescent replacement LED bulbs combine today's advanced Indium Gallium Aluminum Phosphide and Silicon Carbide/Gallium Nitride LED technology, standard electrical bases and a design that maximizes illumination. They have a power draw of just 3.6W to 4.32W, up to 11-year LED operating life and seven sunlight-visible LED light colors from which to select.

Surround mixing console

Klotz Digital

Klotz Digital

Decennium 5.1: Klotz Digital has streamlined the Decennium to fulfill the requirements for a wide range of surround 5.1 applications, making it a valuable tool for radio surround productions. Moreover, the console was also redesigned for easy operation of surround sound in live broadcasts. Surround, stereo, and mono sources can be mixed and processed together. Depending on the current requirements, 5.1 surround sources can be assigned either as single audio channels on separate faders, or as a combined 6-channel-block to any single fader, allowing easy cross fades. It is fitted with a central DSP and control section, programmable function keys, and master fader. An LCD screen is integrated to display audio level meters, all important console functions and parameters. Additionally, a totally new fader module with motorized faders has been developed, offering a couple of new functions such as virtual multi layers, source related signal indicators, and improved access to buses.

Pro audio receivers

International Datacasting

Expanded SFX: The latest family of IDC's IP-based DVB-S/S2 digital audio receivers for professional radio broadcast networks is now available in a two-stereo pair configuration with an integrated hard drive for split copy insertion. Audio codecs include MPEG2 Layer 2, 3 and AAC, as well as MPEG4 LC-AAC, HE-AAC/AAC Plus versions 1 and 2 plus enhanced Apt-x. Livewire from Axia is also included for low delay and high reliability distribution of digital audio over Ethernet to minimize cabling and eliminate audio distortion caused by high electrical noise environments.

Signaling device

Axel Technology

Axel Technology

Mr. Light LED: Mr. Light LED is a compact and efficient signaling device, ideal for radio studios, recording suites and radio control rooms. An internal high-intensity LED array provides optimal visibility in any environmental light condition. As an option, Mr. Light LED is also available in the double-sided version, featuring two illuminated faces. Warning texts (such as on air, silence, etc.) are printed on transparent films and can be chosen from the standard range or customized for your application. The display can be constantly illuminated or blinking, and easily modified by replacing the film. With the included bracket, Mr. Light is easily mounted to the wall or to the ceiling. An optional, additional bracket is available to allow for easy flag mounting.
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XLR RF filter/hum eliminators



Inline-EMCF, Inline EMCM: Even the best starquad audio cables aren't immune to RF signal attenuation. What's more, you can never be certain about the quality of installation on stage boxes and patch panels at a venue. Be 100 percent sure with these inline filters designed around Neutrik's EMC XLR connectors. The EMC's integrated LC-filter rejects RF interference and LF noise while having no effect on balanced audio signal. Use on inputs or outputs.

Harris Z/DX transmitter interface

Burk Technology

Plus Connect HZ and Plus Connect HDX: The Plus Connect HZ and the Plus Connect HDX bring hundreds of parameters from the Harris Z and the Harris DX transmitters directly to the Burk ARC Plus remote control, with remote management via Web, software, dial-up and front panel. A single serial connection reduces installation time and allows detailed monitoring of parameters not available via external parallel wiring.

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