2009 NAB Show New Products
Modular USB-powered sound card
PUC2: PUC2 is a professional USB-powered soundcard with digital and analog audio interfaces. It combines failsafe installation with a new modular design. It still features PUC'n'Play technology while improving audio quality to deliver up to 24-bit/192kHz. AES-3 is the standard interface of every PUC2 soundcard. The modular design enables delivery of varying interfaces for the back. The analog line input/output module provides professional levels +15/+18dBu full scale. The microphone input module with 48V phantom power and up to 60dB gain dissolves the need for additional mic preamp equipment.
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Portable headphone amplifier
Remote Amp Three: Remote Amp Three provides a listen-only connection for IFB or full bandwidth audio monitoring. The XLR line level input accepts either a balanced mono signal or a one or two channel party-line intercom feed. The XLR source switch selects between balanced input and intercom monitoring. The intercom mode allows Remote Amp Three to work with one or two channel intercom systems and provides separate volume controls for each channel. The integrated speaker is disabled when headphones or earphones are connected. The ½W, ¼" headphone jack will cut through any crowd noise without distortion. Connect a mono IFB earpiece or stereo headphones to the 3.5mm earpiece jack. Remote Amp Three is powered by one 9V alkaline battery. If intercom power is available on either pin 2 or 3 of the XLR jack, this power will automatically override the battery, but will not charge the battery.
Dynamic stereo monitor headphones
ATH-M35: Employing the company's latest transducer technology, the ATH-M35's offer sonic accuracy in a design engineered to provide comfort for hours of listening. Key features include a foldable design for easy storage and a rugged storage pouch, enhancing the headphones' durability and lifespan. The ATH-M35's have a low-profile, closed-back design, providing clarity and isolation in high-volume listening situations. The headphones feature a neodymium magnet structure and have a frequency response of 20-20kHz.
Twitter Plug-in: The Twitter plug-in for BE's The Radio Experience (TRE) data management system takes advantage of social networking to build online communities and connect stations to listeners on a whole new level. With this plug-in and through the Twitter.com micro blog site, stations can broadcast “tweets” of contests and song and weather information to listeners on their cell phones or desktops. Listeners also can tweet their favorite station with song requests and send micro blogs of events in real time as an interactive participant in the station's social network. The Twitter application is a first in the industry, and is available as an add-on option for new as well as existing TRE systems in the field.
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