2009 NAB Show New Products
C 3000: The C 3000 features a 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response, low-noise electronics, high-SPL capability and an internal shock mount, which drastically reduces handling noise from mic stands or cables. The switchable 10dB pre-attenuation increase in SPL capability by 10dB and accommodates loud instruments and amplifiers with ease. The switchable first-order 500Hz low frequency filter eliminates the proximity effect for close-miking. The standard accessories are a metal carrying case and a spider-type shock mount.
PC-board audio processor/sound card
Optimod-PC 1101: Optimod-PC 1101 has broadcast-quality digital signal processing on-board that's suitable for both live streaming and on-demand programming. Its three on-board Freescale DSP56367 DSP chips provide a loud, consistent sound to the consumer by performing stereo enhancement, automatic gain control (AGC), equalization, multiband gain control, peak-level control and subjective loudness control. Moreover, Optimod-PC is equipped with balanced analog inputs and outputs that can operate at professional +4dBu reference levels while resisting pickup of hum and noise. It is available in two versions-the 1101 is for PCI bus systems and the 1101e is for PCIe (PCI Express). Optimod-PC's audio driver allows it to appear as two standard sound devices to the computer's operating system. This allows netcasters who need to replace selected content (such as commercials in a program originally created for radio broadcast) to do so with only one sound card.
Sales, traffic and billing software
WO Traffic 5.0: With the new 5.0 release, WO Traffic adds significant new functionality, including enhanced, dynamic inventory management with an Inventory Heat Map and Inventory Adjustments, as well as new, innovative support for Alternate Logs. Additionally, WO Traffic 5.0 reveals a new user interface with a fresh, improved look and feel -- unified across all Wideorbit products, including the newly launched WO Sales. WO Traffic is consistently ranked the most recommended sales, traffic and billing software in the industry, based on the Traffic Directors Guild of America (TDGA) independent survey of software satisfaction.
AETA Audio Systems
Scoopy+: Scoopy+ features three mic/line inputs, two headphones, two line outputs, an SD card/SIM card/USB/Express card, is wired for Ethernet, ISDN and POTS, and its mobile features include GSM/UMTS/3G+, Wimax and the forthcoming NGN. It provides simplicity, comfortable operation and autonomy (more than 5 hours from batteries). It also records for high quality transmissions and transmits from everywhere. All network interfaces are integrated.
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