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Dual Port Adapters
Y-mouse: The Y-mouse series of dual port adapters includes the USB Adapter (converts standard PC mice and keyboards to USB); Dual Mouse Adapter (use both a mouse and a trackball on a single PC port); Dual Keyboard Adapter (use two keyboards on the same PC port); Dual Monitor Adapter (connect two monitors to a single computer video port); as well as special versions, OEM products and accessories.
USB.009-24: The MXL USB.009-24 features 24-bit A/D and D/A converters with up to 96kHz recording capability. This microphone also makes a terrific choice for re-recording voice tracks. Compatible with both USB 2.0 high speed and USB 1.1 protocols, the MXL USB.009-24 is a true plug-and-play device designed to interface with both PCs and Macs. Plug the included USB cable into an available USB port, and the computer will configure itself and the microphone without the need for any special drivers or an external power supply. The new MXL USB.009-24 is designed as a general-purpose studio condenser microphone. The MXL USB.009-24 features a 32mm pressure gradient condenser capsule with a gold sputtered diaphragm.
Portable surround mic
Portamic 5.1: Like the H4 Supermini, the Portamic features a 2.5"×1.5" mic head with six separate mic elements arranged to correspond with the typical 5.1 speaker setup in a studio or home theater. This patented design allows users to easily capture, from a single point source, a discrete surround recording that gives listeners the experience of sitting in the best seat in the house. The Dolby Pro Logic II encoder allows the mic's six audio channels to be encoded to two channels. The surround-encoded audio is output to both a stereo mini plug and six-pin balanced mini XLR. To ensure a quality recording even in loud environments, the mic features a unity gain control and a 12dB pad.
Two-channel mic pre
Automated Processes Inc.
Arsenal Audio R20: The Arsenal R20 is a meticulously detailed and solidly constructed dual-channel microphone preamplifier. Designed from the ground up by API's design team, the R20 features low-noise, high-quality inputs for both mic and instrument in a rack-mount chassis with internal power supply. Each channel includes rotary gain control plus individual toggle switches for phantom power, phase, pad and mic/instrument input selection. The dual mic preamps each offer up to 55dB of gain, while each front panel, high-impedance instrument input provides a maximum of 31dB of gain. Each channel's pad switch attenuates the mic input by -20dB, or the instrument input by -10dB. A pair of traditional analog VU meters with separate peak indicators is used for output metering. Both XLR and 1/4" outputs are fully balanced.
Active studio monitors
Klein + Hummel
O 810 and O 870: Now that modern production facilities require high-quality monitoring systems that can accurately reproduce anything up to the latest 7.1 discrete high-definition formats, Klein + Hummel has developed the O 810 and O 870 subwoofers to surpass these new demands. The O 810 and O 870 subwoofers are the perfect complement to Klein + Hummel's range of monitors and can be used either as a unit dedicated to reproducing the LFE channel, or as a way to provide low-frequency extension and increased maximum SPL for the main loudspeakers. The built-in 7.1 Channel High-Definition Bass Manager is compatible with all formats from mono to the latest 7.1 high-definition systems. Eight channels of analog, or an optional eight-channel 24-bit 192kHz digital input card, ensure flexible interconnectivity for modern studios. The latest amplifier technologies and acoustical components have been used to ensure the most accurate sound reproduction possible.
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KRK10: The industrial design of the KRK10s leverages KRK's research and development into baffle design and fabrication. The subwoofer's curved front matches the best-selling Rokit and VXT monitors' diffraction reducing shape, making the KRK10s the perfect complement to either of these products. It is also a great addition to other active or passive monitor setups, thanks to its integrated, adjustable crossover and numerous back-panel connection options. Additionally, updated electronics include a ground-lift switch for combating less than perfect electrical and audio grounding and a bypass footswitch that allows the subwoofer and crossover to be easily enabled and disabled. The bypass footswitch allows users to easily switch a mix from stereo or 2.1/5.1 sound environments. Improved amplifier heat sinking results in lower distortion at high power levels and the KRK10s has a lower noise floor than its predecessor.
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