New Products - August 2009
IXM: IXM overcomes the imbalance of microphone and recorder performance. The microphone heads are optimized for high speech intelligibility and low handling noise sensitivity thanks to Beyerdynamic. The heads are exchangeable to suit different recording environments. Omnidirectional, cardioid and supercardioid pick up patterns will be available. Capsules are automatically detected for automatic gain and DSP adaption. The IXM utilizes an intelligent leveling algorithm that takes advantage of the higher ADC to file resolution by four bits. Files are stored on an exchangeable SD memory card as WAV, BWF, MP2 or MP3.
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Pro sound system packages
Anchor Audio Communications/Portaco
Explorer: The next generation Explorer Pro is for sound projection in indoor or outdoor settings and playing music. The unit delivers 110dB of intelligible speech from one sound system designed for users with no technical knowledge. The new Explorer Pro is versatile with true ac/dc, a 110/220 power supply and improved battery life.
Rackmount voltage regulator
P-1800 AR: The P-1800 AR rackmount voltage regulator/power conditioner is a successor to Furman's popular AR-15 II. The P-1800 AR provides stable voltage protection and line noise filtration for any A/V installation where reliable, comprehensive protection is needed. It provides consistent 120V output (±5 volts) from input voltages ranging from 97Vac to 137Vac. Unlike commercial voltage regulators, the P-1800 AR's new true RMS voltage regulation technology, features an ultra-low-noise, microprocessor-controlled eight-tap toroidal autoformer. The P-1800 AR offers Furman's advanced Linear Filtering Technology, SMP surge/spike protection, and EVS (Extreme Voltage Shutdown) technologies for professional-level protection from spikes, surges and dangerous prolonged voltage conditions. The 15-A unit features eight fully regulated, protected and filtered rear-panel outlets and a front-panel convenience outlet.
Radio automation interface
VM Quadra: The VM Quadra radio automation software interface increases functionality, reduces complexity and creates new workflow options to and from automation servers, digital audio workstations and satellite systems. Each VM Quadra interfaces with up to four automation computers and connects via CAT-5 to Vistamax audio management system frames. The complete solution provides greater flexibility in audio source and destination connectivity, and minimizes the complexity of the distributed computer network and the number of audio channels required for each automation computer.
Small Plate Radio
Internet Radio/Audio Studio: Clients can leverage Small Plate Radio in two ways. The first is Live Podcasting, which lets brands, businesses and lifestyle interests broadcast live 30 to 60 minute shows from anywhere, engineered from the Small Plate Radio studios in Portland, OR. Shows are pre-promoted and broadcast live with the ability for end-users/listeners to interact with the show via instant message, e-mail and phone. Shows are hosted by Small Plate Radio then podcast and promoted after the live broadcast. All shows are created as private-label and clients own 100 percent of the content. The second part of Small Plate Radio is Live On-Site Broadcasting. Xhang Creative has set up successful stations that broadcast live at conferences and events around the country. It has grown to include pop-up radio stations for the Radio Advertising Bureau, the Association of National Advertisers and the American Association of Advertising Agencies.
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