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LX1616ES: Little sister to the LX6464ES sound card, which can exchange simultaneously 64 channels from and 64 channels to an Ethersound network, the LX1616ES can transmit and receive up to 16 Ethersound channels, thus connecting computer-based audio applications to a 100Mb/s Ethersound network via a single CAT5 cable. The LX1616ES is a suitable choice for direct-to-disc applications that don't necessarily require as many as 64 channels, but still require maximum flexibility to play and/or record selected ES-100 audio channels using a single CAT5 cable. A scaled-down version of the LX6464ES, LX1616ES offers an ideal starting point for price-sensitive applications, particularly since it can be upgraded on the fly from a 16/16 channel count to 32/32, 48/48 up to 64/64 through firmware updates. The combination of a PC equipped with an LX1616ES soundcard and an Ethersound-enabled digital mixing console results in a powerful and cost-effective multitrack recorder.
C 214: The C 214 offers a single-capsule, cardioid-only design that delivers similar performance to the dual-capsule C 414, but with only one diaphragm. Thanks to its 20dB attenuation pad and AKG's ultra-low noise electronic design, the C 214 can be used in sound fields as high as 156dB SPL. The C 214 features an integrated capsule suspension system that minimizes chassis-borne noise and resonances for even greater sonic accuracy. The C 214's double mesh, all-metal grille protects the capsule and ensures high RF immunity without affecting acoustical performance. The C 214 has road-tough construction quality with a modern scratch-resistant finish, a dent-resistant, metal grille and a gold-plated XLR-type output. It comes complete with a spider-type shock mount, windscreen and metal carrying case.
HPTG-I: A substitute for metal guy wire cables, Phillystran manufactures fiber ropes, strands and braids from fibers such as Kevlar, Twaron, Technora, Vectran, Spectra, Dyneema and Zylon. Tower guys can be installed for use with break strengths up to 252,000 lbs. with cable diameters ranging from 0.17" to 2.08".
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C.324: The C.324 is designed for DJs who want to scratch CDs like vinyl. It features MP3 and CD audio playback with onboard file and folder browsing, onboard pattern and real-time sequencer for drum machine-style performances, seven on-board digital effects, and a sleek slot loading CD mechanism with LED for quick loading of CDs into the unit in low-light situations. The C.324 has added responsive trigger pads that offer real-time sample/loop sequencing. This means that trigger patterns can now be recorded in real time and looped instantaneously. Drum machine-style sequencing effects also bring a new twist to live DJ remixing. Using the C.324, sequences can be created in seconds compared to minutes using drum machines.
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