New Products (Nov 2002)
Mic arm riser combination
The mic arm riser combination hides the mic wire and improves its appearance. The mic wire is hidden for most of the length of the arm,
yet is easy to attach and is removable. The base provides an invisible
vertical wire channel through the riser, which is prewired to an XLR
female imbedded at the top (set-screw removable), and three feet of
pigtail extends from the base for the user to wire as needed. This
makes attaching a mic cord to the outside of the riser unnecessary. The
riser offers an overall height of 15 inches. This permits the riser to
be installed immediately behind most low-profile VGAs and most
near-field loudspeakers. The factory-installed riser mic wire exits
down through the countertop or through a side channel at the bottom, as
needed by the user.
Studio reference monitor
Features of this speaker include a 6.7-inch, two-way high-resolution active studio reference monitor powered by the company's Active
Technology. Complete with THXO PM3 Certification, the monitor delivers
flat frequency response and wide dispersion in a smaller package that
is useful for small production studios or surround sound. This product
can be used as primary front L/R monitors, with or without the HRS120
Active Subwoofer, or as rear channel sources for 5.1 and 7.1 surround
This antenna's design uses solid insulator supports, radial pressure seal, standard lightning protection and a variable transformer included
with each array. This variable transformer allows for VSWR optimization
after installation, with no need for complicated shorting stubs.
Directional patterns are available, as well as halfwave spacing to meet
new personnel safety standards. This product can be configured to
broadcast one or multiple signals.
Adjustable-height studio furniture
This line of furniture uses a power hydraulic system to change the
height of various parts of the furniture, to provide better comfort for
on-air talent. With one push of a button, the furniture can be raised
or lowered, depending on whether the talent prefers to conduct shows in
the standing or sitting position. With non-modular casework, freedom
countertops, concealed hinges and finished interiors with high pressure
laminate exteriors, this furniture offers laminate options for casework
and countertops, including Corian. It is compliant with ADA regulations
and can accommodate guests and talent with disabilities who need the
Special edition stereo set
The nickel finish on this microphone resembles the silver outer housing of the original C 414 EB, which was produced between 1976 and
1986. Under the retro exterior, however, this computer-matched stereo
set consists of two C 414B-ULS, which is a large-diaphragm,
multi-pattern condenser mic. The mic uses a revamped version of the CK
12 capsule. This remodeled and modern capsule features a special
accentuation of high frequencies in the bands around 5kHz and
Offers 40 buttons to instantly play commercials, jingles and sound effects digitally from a hard drive. The buttons are 1" wide LCDs. Four
buttons across show sponsor name, voice, end cue, fader number, intro,
length, cut number and category. The advertiser name is also on an LCD
at the top of the unit. Spot Box connects to a traffic computer and can
auto-load logged recordings. Cuts can also load by 10-key and by name
from alphabetical Cart Walls. Spots play up to four separate console
faders or can be combined. Start other spots manually or use cruise
control for an auto-start of the next event on the log. After spots
finish, new cuts auto-load from the log.
EAS monitoring software
TDM Data Solutions
Eascriber and Eascriber Pro
Useful for stations of any size, Eascriber and Eascriber Pro automate the process of generating Emergency Alert System (EAS) logs
and reports. Both products are Windows-based applications that
interface with most EAS radio receivers, including the Sage ENDEC and
TFT 911. Records all activity and generates a log that is suitable for
use with a station's log for FCC logging requirements. This software
allows broadcasters to monitor and log signal activity for as many as
eight stations simultaneously.
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