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Mackie U Series

Production mixers
U.Series: The Mackie U.Series provides flexible connections and an intuitive, centralized user interface to ease workflow and maximize creativity. Each model features a micro-master section with otherwise full-size qualities such as a prominent master volume knob and high resolution metering. Channel strips with three-band active EQ, a built-in DI box and RIAA phono preamps as well as an integrated stereo Firewire I/O. Each offers a stereo aux send, headphone out with pre-main level control and self-monoing outputs.

DPA Microphones 4099 Performance Series

Multipurpose microphones
DPA Microphones
4099 Performance Series: The 4099 Guitar, 4099 Sax, 4099 Trumpet and 4099 Violin are multipurpose microphones. The mounts for the 4099s are designed and optimized for each of the four instrument families. The series of condenser microphones feature super-cardioid polar patterns and are fully capable of handling extremely high SPLs. The versatile gooseneck provides stable positioning to ensure the microphone will never stray from the instrument's sweet spot. The mics can be easily unclipped and repositioned or moved to another instrument with only one hand, while the mounting system is designed never to mar or scratch the finish of an instrument.

Lexicon PCM96 Surround

Reverb/effects processor
PCM96 Surround: The PCM96 Surround delivers 50 new and legendary Lexicon reverbs, delays and modulation effects, while at the same time offering more presets, configuration options and additional inputs and outputs. It can function as a control-only insert or Firewire streaming audio plug-in inside any Mac VST or Audio Units software. A new pitch algorithm has been developed for the PCM96 Surround in addition to the room, hall, and many additional algorithms for music and post production. The PCM96 Surround uses multimode filters at several spots in the audio flow to provide more exact shaping of the reverb while still maintaining the distinctive Lexicon sound.

Opticalcon Transceiver Adapter: The Opticalcon Transceiver Adapter seamlessly connects an Opticalcon chassis and an LC SFP transceiver. SFP transceivers are compact, optical transceivers used in fiber-optic communications. Neutrik's adapter is compatible with all LC SFP transceivers and enables use of the Opticalcon or conventional LC connectors. It features an automatic sealing shutter that avoids any transceiver contamination on-site and also helps users avoid vandalism by protecting the transceiver. The transceiver adaptor is available in several variations depending on signal mode.

Wireworks Tac Cat

Network cables
Tac Cat: Tac Cat provides CAT-5e Ethernet interconnection in a road-ready construction. Available in single channel cords and multichannel assemblies, these new networking cables are ideal for use in the field as well as the studio. Tac Cat features full spec CAT-5e in a heavy-duty outer jacket that is more than twice the thickness of computer room patch cables. Tac Cat network cords are available with Neutrik's Ethercon data connectors or traditional RJ45 Ethernet connectors, both with colored boots for fast cable recognition. These cords come in a variety of standard lengths with custom lengths to order. Bandits, Wireworks custom-printed shrink tubing labels, are available with acompany name or logo.

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