2006 Product Source: S to Z 

Insight to Sessions 

Make the most of your 2006 NAB Radio Show time with this preview, and we'll see you in Dallas.

New Products (Aug 2006) 

Check out new products from Axia Audio, Digigram, Digital Juke Box, Energy-Onix, Marshall Electronics, Microboards Technology, OMT Technologies, Pop 2 Life, Prophet Systems Innovations, Wireready and Yamaha.

Field Report: Barix Technology Instreamer, Exstreamer 

Barix manufactures TCP/IP-based network amplified audio products that can be used within local area networks and over the Internet.

Field Report: Audio Design Associates HD-Pro 

Radio stations finally have an HD Radio monitor that can be mounted in a rack to interface with the professional equipment within a radio station.

New Products (Jul 2006) 

New products from Audio Science, Audio-Technica, Axia Audio, Broadcast Tools, Burk Technology, Day Sequerra, Dorrough Electronics, Edirol, ERI, Eventide, Fanfare, Fiberplex, Holophone, Jampro, Junger Audio Studiotechnik, Marshall Electronics, MGE UPS Systems, Myat, Neutrik, Non-Stop Music Library, RCS, Shure, Sonifex, Sony, Sound Devices, SRS Labs, Teracom Components, Ultrasone, Waves, World Vibrations, Yamaha and Zaxcom.

Broadcast Tools SRC-8 III 

This device is most often used to transmit closures between remote locations via a serial connection, and the author has found many useful applications for the device.

Tannoy Reveal 5A 

The Reveal 5A is the smallest active monitor that Tannoy makes yet it has a wide, flat frequency response that is surprisingly dynamic.

Field Report: Sony PCM-D1 

With the introduction of the PCM-D1 solid-state recorder, the radio industry has an entirely new animal on the playing field: a portable flash recorder with high quality microphones as an integral part of the package.

New Products from NAB2006 

NAB2006 was a chance for manufacturers to show their latest technology. Some products were kept under wraps until the convention floor opened.

The Pick Hits of NAB2006 

The original technology award from the convention is still the most highly prized. See the top new product introductions from the convention as decided by our panel of radio experts.

Field Report: Day Sequerra M2.0 

Being able to go back and forth easily between different HD Radio streams is educational in terms of processing--and being able to quickly study your competition's HD Radio audio, now that's what radio engineering is all about.

Better Recepter reception 

In February, NPR Labs studied reports of reception difficulties with the Boston Acoustics Recepter HD Radio receiver.

New Products (May 2006) 

New NAB2006 products from AKG, Alesis, Audion Laboratories, Auralex Acoustics, Broadcast Tools, Edirol, Fifty Thousand Watt Software, Furman Sound, Media Specialty Resources, Octave Systems, Otari, Proco Sound, Promounts, Propagation Systems, RFS Broadcast, Sennheiser Electronic, Sonosax, Statmon Technologies, Studio Technologies and Tannoy.

Field Report: Adobe Audition 2.0 

The feared and more expensive takeover by Adobe has come and gone and with it Adobe Audition 2.0 has arrived and is changing the way engineers listen and produce.

Radio automation 

Computer-based automation systems of today have had to answer the question of "how flexible and scalable" they are.

New Products (Apr 2006) 

More sneak peeks of new products at NAB2006.

Field Report: DBX 286A 

It's a vocal processor, but you won't find controls labeled ratio, hard/soft knee, threshold and hold/release in the compressor section. Still, you will find that it's easy to use.

Furman Lift 

As the quality of ac power continues to worsen, the only solution is to condition power before it reaches sensitive electronics.

Field Report: Air Tools 6200 

Though it is specifically designed with microphone processing in mind, the Clear Channel Chicago group decided that there was no reason the Air Tools 6200 could not be used as a stereo program processor.

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