Lee Shepherd reviews this audio transport system.
Fluke Networks NetTool | Yamaha MSP3 | TC Electronic DB-8 | Sonic Sense Sonicorder | Wheatstone D-5000 | Omnia Omnia-6 | Middle Atlantic MultiDesk | Statmon Technologies Statmon EMS | Netia
Dispatcher, Web Dispatcher, Autofill | PreSonus DEQ624 | RFS Broadcast 828DA | AEQ Ranger
When Northwestern College Radio acquired WMAD, one of the first priorities was to replace the transmitter. Mark Croom reviews the AM-1A.
RFS Broadcast Rapid Fit | AETA Audio Mix2000 | Yellowtec IP/Digital | AudioScience ASI4113 | Neutrik EtherCon | Samson S phone | Broadcast Software International TimeShift | TC Electronic DBMAX 2.60 | RCS Tracker | APW Enclosures RackMaxSM | Broadcast Tools DAS 12.4 | Henry Engineering MoniSwitch
Armstrong Transmitter | Bird Electronic | Eventide | IDT Impact Development | MediaFORM | Neumann | Shure | Sonifex | The Hollywood Edge, Soundelux Microphones | Yamaha
Paul A. Litwinovich reviews this radio automation system.
AudioScience ASI4215 | Andrew SD-001/SD-002A | LPB SKY line | Digigram miXart | Klotz Mic preamp | Superior Electric Stabiline TVSS | APT WorldNet Milano | Broadcast Software Int'l Simian | Continental IPA upgrade | Logitek Selector wedge | Broadcast Tools PSC II | Inovonics Omega_FM | Gentner PSR1212 | Prism Sound Dream ADA-8 | Nautel Q20/20 | ENCO Qed | Wicks RateMinder | RCS Selector Enterprise | Harris Legacy
ComStudy 2.2 is a suite of RF study tools, the primary functions of which are the prediction coverage and interference, along with the study of AM and FM allocations. The software also supports TV and land mobile; however, my version does not support those functions. If I had to describe this software in just a few words, I'd have to say, feature packed.
When I started in radio, at a small AM/FM in Iowa, microphones were simple and cheap. There was always an abundance of hand-held stick-mics and inexpensive stand-mounted microphones. These ancient necessities of the business were neither powered nor processed. Did they sound good? Not really.
Neumann's recent addition to the stage microphone category has provided the broadcaster with a new and effective tool.
Welcome to the seventh annual BE Radio Product Source, the issue that covers the spectrum of products you rely on to get the job done.
Welcome to the seventh annual BE Radio Product Source, the issue that covers the spectrum of products you rely on to get the job done. The Product Source has proved to be a valuable resource over the years. Our 1999 issue won a regional and a national award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors. This year's issue includes 48 pages of innovative product offerings that provide the
LPB: Silent Boom | Wheatstone: Studio furniture | Jutel: Radioman | Ward-Beck: POD 17 & 19 | Middle Atlantic: RackTools | BSI: Studio kits | Marti: Digital Cellcast | Everstream: Encoder wrapper | Stainless: Design services | Andrew: MT1000/MT2000 DryLine | Orban: Opticodec | Audemat: FM_MC4 | TC Works: Spark 2.0 | Yamaha: CDR10 | ERI: iBox
New Product roundup from NAB2001
Digital audio console Auditronics ALM-12d: Combines the functions of a router and an on-air audio console into one package. The ALM-12d lets any input
Each year at NAB, 10 Pick Hit winners are selected by a panel of professionals working in the field. All are industry experts. All selections were made
Audion LaboratoriesVoxPro PC Features include a re-sizable sound window that displays 7 to 15 seconds of a recording; the ability to import and export
At some point in an engineer's career, questions such as How does our signal compare to so-and-so? or, Have we increased multipath along the highway lately?
New products to be seen at NAB2001.
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