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XD-53: The XD-53 professional monitoring headphones were designed to complement Allen & Heath's Xone DJ mixers. The XD-53's incorporate a circumaural isolation design, providing high-level isolation from ambient noise. Comprising 53mm diameter drivers — the largest drivers currently available — with high power neodymium magnet design, 1500mW of power handling and high SPL capacity, the XD-53 headphones deliver excellent sound reproduction. They also have rotating earpieces for easy one-ear monitoring, a coiled cable with convenient one-side exit and a folding design for compact portability.
PUC: PUC is a two-channel self-contained audio interface for use with USB-enabled PCs. The unit is powered through the USB, so no external power supply is needed. PUC requires no installation of drivers other than those automatically loaded by the host operating system. With the exception of a 1/8" headphone jack, audio connections are made via an optional breakout cable, which attaches securely to the PUC via a DB25 connector. Electronically balanced analog audio I/O (0dBFS=+18dBu) is provided through stereo pairs of Neutrik XLRs.
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Thump TH-15A: Designed by the same team that produced Mackie's compact active loudspeakers, the Thump TH-15A active loudspeaker's two-way bass reflex (ported) design provides accurate response, from 20kHz down to 40Hz. All-new Class D circuitry drives its custom, high-precision 15-inch woofer to greater volumes with less heat. Additional onboard electronics include full system protection and three-band EQ with swept midrange. And with its durable polypropylene enclosure, the TH-15A is the most lightweight and powerful compact active loudspeaker in its class.
M4300-PM, M5100-PM, M5300-PM, M5400-PM: These devices offer advanced linear filtration for noise reduction and patent-pending circuitry to protect components from damaging power irregularities. The M4300-PM power conditioner offers Level 2 power cleaning and Linear Filtration Technology (LIFT) to eliminate common symptoms of ac line noise. Additionally, noise isolation between the two isolated outlet banks prevents any noise created by a component plugged into one bank from contaminating the power to equipment plugged into the other outlet bank. The M5100-PM features three isolated outlet banks, while the M5300-PM and M5400-PM offer five, including two high-current outlets. All three conditioners offer sequential startup/shutdown, which prevents internally generated voltage transients that occur when home theater components are powered on or off at the same time. A 12-volt trigger input allows source equipment to activate or deactivate the delayed outlets.
Schmart Board EZ: Schmart Board EZ uses a patent-pending technology to simplify hand soldering surface-mount components. Hand-soldering surface-mount components can be a problem because it is hard to correctly place the chips on the pads and keep them aligned, not to mention the difficulty in soldering such tiny areas. With the Schmart Board EZ, place the chip (the solder mask is higher than the electronic pads); put masking tape on one side of the chip; put Solder Flux along the base of the chip; solder each chip leg to the Schmart Board EZ by pushing the solder from the outside of the groove to the chip leg (all the solder needed is already on the board); remove the tape and repeat for the other sides.
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