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SRMv2: In addition to the renowned active electronics and rugged polypropylene cabinet featured in the originals, the SRM450v2 features high-tech Class-D, fast-recovery amplification, and ultra-efficient switching power supplies along with a lightweight neodymium woofer and an all-new titanium dome compression driver. It is 11 pounds lighter than its predecessor and now cast in a distinctive midnight blue enclosure. The SRM450v2 features a built-in 300W class-D, Fast Recovery LF amp/100W HF amp and weighs 40 lbs. The SRM350v2 features a built-in 165W class-D, Fast Recovery LF amp/30W HF amp and weighs 26 lbs.
Online pool creator
Confidence Pool: This custom online product,provides media websites with NFL weekly pick-'em pools that engage audiences. The interactive game can also be used for non-sporting competitions, such as reality and award shows. Bring some friendly competition to your community with this highly adaptable game that enables users to match wits using personally ranked predictions for any number of single or season-long events that fit with your brand culture. Participants can create leagues to play against family, friends or competitive coworkers, and multiple leader boards keep track of all the action.
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Pulsar MX: Sold under the MGE Office Protection Systems brand, Eaton's Pulsar MX Frame is now available in a 10RU configuration. Accommodating Eaton's Pulsar MX 5000 RT hot-swappable power and battery modules, the new Pulsar MX Frame gives users a low-entry cost to scalable power in one easy-to-populate modular system. As with Eaton's larger 20kVA 16RU (28") frame, the same power and battery sub-modules can be used for both the stand-alone Pulsar MX RT 5kVA uninterruptible power supply and the modular chassis, which significantly reduces the entry cost to scalability. Through this innovative approach, users can decide to acquire a cost-competitive Pulsar MX 5000 RT and migrate to a fully scalable, redundant solution using the Pulsar MX Frame while still using the original power and battery sub-modules of the original 5kVA stand-alone UPS.
Single-channel mic preamp
Daking Mic-Pre One: Essentially a single channel of the Mic Pre IV, the Mic Pre One features switchable phase, 20dB mic input pad and +48V phantom power, plus a selectable 1/4" line/hi-z instrument input, all utilizing relays with gold bi-furcated contacts. Two large knurled aluminum knobs control the variable high-pass filter (0-200Hz) and continuously variable input gain, which is complemented by a full-width, 20-segment bi-color LED meter. The rear of the unit offers a Jensen transformer-isolated mic input and fully-balanced XLR output, plus a 1/4" line output. A fourth connector introduces dc power from the external power supply to the unit.
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AT8022: The AT8022 is designed for broadcast and professional recording, offering a coincident capsule configuration that allows for a smaller housing. It is ruggedly constructed to protect against damage from day-to-day use during field recording. The microphone is also fully RoHS-compliant. It offers an 80Hz high-pass filter for easy switching from a flat frequency response to a low-end roll-off, and comes equipped with a professional stand clamp, windscreen and soft, protective pouch. The AT8022 operates on either a 1.5V AA battery or 11-52Vdc phantom power and is supplied with two cables (one balanced, one unbalanced). This mic is ideal for use with handheld digital recording devices, and its compact, lightweight design is works well for stereo field recording. Its innovative capsule configuration produces an accurate stereo image in a smaller housing.
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DJM-700: The DJM-700's high quality construction utilizes a high-rigidity chassis that minimizes noise from unnecessary vibration, as well as a dual shield structure to eliminate entry of digital noise and full balanced output circuitry. Internally, the DJM-700 sound quality is re-enforced with a high quality 96kHz/24-bit digital sampling system. Analog signals from the player pass through the mixer at the shortest signal route, digitized by a high quality sound A/D converter and reaches the digital mixing stage with the best possible state. The mixing is carried out by a 32-bit DSP with ideal filtering to produce the best sound without deteriorating the sound quality.
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