New Products - Jan 2010
S1: The Sonifex S1 mixer is a high performance compact, low-cost, fixed format mixing console designed for on-air radio use. It can be fitted flush into a desktop or rack mounted by the addition of rack ears. It has 10 dual input channels consisting of four mono mic/line inputs, one telco/line input, one stereo cleanfeed/stereo line input, three dual stereo line inputs and one dual digital stereo input channel. There is also a 3.5mm insert jack socket for an Ipod/MP3 player auxiliary connection. The S1 has one stereo program output available as both balanced analog and AES/EBU or S/PDIF digital, so that a main program feed can be sent to a transmitter while a digital feed can go directly to a PC for internet streaming.
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Uninteruptible power supply
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UPS: The new UPS from Middle Atlantic Products is designed to provide uninterrupted power where uptime is critical. Featuring a 4ms transfer time that prevents system disruptions and equipment lockup, the UPS incorporates high-capacity, heavy-duty batteries for longer runtimes. An easy-to-install sliding rear rackrail mount with 4-point support allows single-person UPS mounting capability. Expansion battery pack options are available for extreme backup runtime requirements, while eight surge-protected outlets protect connected equipment from damaging surges and spikes. The UL-listed UPS is available in 15 and 20 amp configurations in a rackmount chassis only 18.9" deep. Its intuitive power management software provides system status notification and automatic system shutdown as required.
Mobile recording and production studio
CI2: The CI2 advanced integration USB studio houses hardware and software functions. The two-channel XLR combo interface is equipped with two microphone preamps and +48V phantom power, and interactive recording functionality allows hands-free recording with the optional footswitch and the optional mic stand adapter. The controller section features the AI Knob that provides control with seamless integration into Cubase.
Video enhancement software
V Reveal: V Reveal fixes common video problems and offers enhancement features including increased resolution, reduced noise and stabilization. It runs on CPU-only systems, automatically locates all the videos on your PC and presents them in a single gallery, plays video files, features simple editing and sharing capabilities. It can import AVI, MPG, ASF and WMV files. With Quick Time installed, it can also play MOV, MPEG4 and 3GP files. Minimum requirements include Windows XP or Vista, Intel or AMD 1.6GHz CPU, 1GB RAM and 50MB hard drive space.
G-Pro Series: Gator has unveiled a new line of rotationally molded polyethylene rack cases with 19" rack-able depth. These brawny roto molded cases come with recessed Penn Elcom twist latches, front and rear removable lids, and molded-in ergonomic side carry handles. The G-Pro Series is engineered with interlocking tops and bottoms allowing secure stackability. All cases include heat treated 10/32 screws with protective washers and a free rack rail offer. Cases are available in a wide range of sizes such as 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12RU.
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