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Flexible gooseneck lamp

Hosa Technology

Hosa-Lite LED: Available in both BNC and XLR connector-type models, the Hosa-Lite LED is a console lamp with a 15-inch gooseneck. Ideal for both live sound and studio environments, the Hosa-Lite LED console lamp delivers warm, diffused light that is bright enough to work by, without causing eyestrain. It features four white LEDs and two red LEDs for accurate color illumination, and operates at cool temperatures, facilitating adjustment without the risk of burning one's fingers. The Hosa-Lite's flexible gooseneck design offers functionality wherever a 12V BNC or XLR light socket is available. The Hosa-Lite is durable and features long-lasting LEDs that make replacing light bulbs a distant memory.

Live performance condenser mic


M2: The M2 benefits from Rode's experience in crafting premium condenser microphones for studio, live and location use. This new microphone builds on the foundation set by the award winning Rode S1. Combining sound quality equal to that of the finest studio microphones, the M2 features a tailored response to reduce feedback, as well as an integrated shock mounting system to minimize handling noise. A locking on/off switch located on the microphone's body provides the switching feature required by singers with self-operated sound systems, and yet can be locked off when used in larger, dedicated operator environments.

T1 and IP codec


Worldnet Oslo Updates: This audio multiplexer offers a modular platform for the delivery of multiple channels of audio, voice and data over both IP and T1 networks. New for 2008: plug-in voice modules can combine both telephone and intercom traffic along with program audio and data for networking over high-speed digital links. The range includes a wideband voice module with four independent, fully duplex 7.5kHz channels as well as four-wire E and M and two-wire FXO and FXS modules for the creation of off-premise extensions and PBX links. Available audio modules include analog, AES/EBU, simplex, duplex and phase-matched options with support for both linear and compressed audio. One key challenge in the migration to IP-based audio delivery is the lack of a stable reference clock throughout an IP network. Worldnet Oslo now offers the option of adding an AES/EBU external synchronization input to the IP transport module. This enables the use of a common audio reference clock throughout all units on the IP network and ensures the audio clock of all units is stable to achieve the highest audio quality possible over the entire network. Single frequency networking is enabled throughout an IP audio network.

Studio monitor

Event Electronics

Opal: A two-way studio monitor, the Opal was designed to overcome what Event Electronics saw as common deficiencies in other monitors. The result is a speaker with improved mid-range and transient response, lowered distortion and controlled noise floor, consistent tonal character as output level increases, and improved low frequency response and phase response. Each cabinet features an EX8 woofer with XBL Split Gap Technology, which linearizes the speaker's impedance while increasing the sensitivity across the mid to high frequencies. The speaker cone is a combination of paper and long-strand carbon fiber to provide extreme stiffness and low mass. A metal dome tweeter mounted on an elliptical completes the monitor.

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