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IT and broadcast monitoring
Dalet Digital Media
Dalet Dashboard: Based on award-winning technology from open source Web infrastructure management provider, Hyperic, Dalet Dashboard offers system operators and administrators comprehensive analysis tools for monitoring and managing the performance of Dalet solutions across the entire workflow. More than a standard IT monitoring system, Dalet Dashboard incorporates the language and concepts of broadcast into the system giving administrators and users the ability to swiftly interpret, analyze and respond with immediate results. Customers can add Dalet Dashboard to the existing Dalet workflow or include it in their new deployments.
212-825-3322
www.dalet.com
sales@us.dalet.com


X/Y stereo field recording mic
Audio-Technica
BP4025: Both the AT8022 and the BP4025 are ruggedly constructed to protect against damage from day-to-day use during field recording. The microphones are also fully RoHS-compliant (free from all substances specified in the EU directive on the Reduction of Hazardous Substances). Each mic offers an 80Hz high-pass filter for easy switching from a flat frequency response to a low-end roll-off. Each comes equipped with a professional stand clamp, a windscreen and a soft, protective pouch. The AT8022 X/Y Stereo Microphone is designed for easy use with either consumer or professional gear. The microphone operates on either a 1.5V AA battery or 11-52V DC phantom power and is supplied with two cables (one balanced, one unbalanced) for use with either pro equipment offering XLR inputs or with consumer gear equipped with 3.5 mm TRS input. This mic is ideal for use with handheld digital recording devices, and its compact, lightweight design is perfect for video camera-mount use as well as for stereo field recording, interviews and home recording. Its innovative capsule configuration produces an accurate stereo image in a smaller housing.
330-686-2600
www.audio-technica.com
sales@atus.com


Analog on-air console
AEQ
Opera: Based on the BC-500 audio console, AEQ is now launching its replacement — the Opera. While Opera has the same basic features as the BC-500, it now provides the audio engineer with superb sound quality, reliable all-day, every-day operation. The modular design of Opera offers the possibility of configuring the console according to specific requirements. There are equalized microphone/line modules, stereo dual line modules, input-output modules and output modules. Using the standard configuration, Opera can be easily upgraded by adding new modules. Outstanding among the modules is the digital telephone hybrid with frequency extension and multiplex option. This modular design permits the extraction for repair or replacement of each module in minutes without influence in the on-air signal.
800-728-0536
www.aeqbroadcast.com
sales@aeqbroadcast.com


Speaker stand
Ultimate Support
TS-100B: The TS-100 air-powered speaker stand lifts 50 lbs. The gas spring is under a 50 lb. preload: When the speaker is safely loaded on the stand, turn the telescoping knob and raise any speaker weighing less than 50 lbs. with zero effort. If your speaker is more than 50 lbs., little effort is required to raise the speaker to the proper height.
800-525-5628
www.ultimatesupport.com
music.customersupport@ultimatesupport.com




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