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Level Pilot: With many DAW setups, control of monitors is dependent on the computer being powered up, and even then volume levels are often set with a mouse. This inhibits the ability to control levels easily and at crucial times -- like when a computer crashes or if the user needs to mute or lower levels fast. Level Pilot fits into any active speaker setup. It is a simple way to control levels, a high quality, analogue, stereo volume control that works independently of the computer or audio interface, so no matter what happens, the user has complete control over their volume levels. Level Pilot features a slip-free design that fits into any active desktop (or even live set-up) without the need for an extra power supply, and employs quad-core cabling to minimize untidy cabling.
Dynamic vocal mic
D7: Like its popular predecessor the D5, the D7 additionally features an improved capsule design with a humbucking coil and a high-pass filter along with a sleek new look. AKG's newest dynamic microphone features a humbucking coil that greatly reduces electrical interference and stage feedback. The D7 also features an integrated high-pass filter that cuts out low frequencies, eliminates handling noise and provides better audio clarity. The result is a higher-quality microphone that offers complete control for singers and announcers and, therefore, a better audio experience for audiences.
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CAT5-Flex: The CAT-5-Flex cable is a truly distinctive product. The black pressure extruded polyurethane jacket makes this cable extremely resistant to cuts and abrasions, while maintaining unbelievable flexibility. The stranded conductors give a very high flex life minimizing breakdowns. A true field cable, it is resistant to sunlight, oil and water. Compatible with standard RJ45 connectors (stranded conductor rated).
Transactive 50: The Transactive 50 is a portable 50W (RMS) multi-purpose mixer/speaker/amplifier, featuring two input channels plus an aux input and selection of internal digital effects. It is driven by a 5" LF driver and a 1" tweeter for full-range sound reproduction. Channel 1 features an XLR microphone input and 1/4" stereo inputs, while Channel 2 offers two 1/4" stereo inputs. The master section of the Transactive 50 features a high, mid, and low frequency EQ, plus selectable digital effects (reverb, chorus, delays and rotary).
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