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Acoustics analysis programs
Room Analysis Plus and Room Analysis Pro: Auralex Acoustics can now lend its acoustical expertise to any project through its Room Analysis Plus and Room Analysis Pro programs. Room Analysis Plus is an off-site analysis service where dealers/integrators can download an audio file featuring a swept sine signal from 20Hz to 20kHz at www.auralex.com. Users can then record the sweep with an omni-directional measurement microphone in the location of the room in question. All files can be sent via e-mail, along with the Personalized Room Analysis Form, directly to Auralex for examination by their acoustical engineering staff. Frequency and impulse response, waterfall plots and reverberation time values can all be generated from this service without ever having an acoustician step foot in your room. A written report will be presented back to the user within three to five business days. Room Analysis Pro is an on-site analysis of room acoustics and sound quality conducted by Auralex's lead acoustical engineer, Gavin Haverstick. Haverstick will work directly with the dealer to coordinate the project details. Acoustical measurements will be taken and then analyzed in order to create an analysis report within five to seven business days of the on-site visit.
Bay Country Broadcast Equipment
Equipment Dealer: This broadcast equipment dealer offers a 15-day return guarantee. In business since 1998, the company sells used equipment and rents test equipment. The company's website includes a list of recent used equipment offerings as well.
Cam-locking, demountable panel system
Eckel Noise Control Technologies
Acoustic panels: Eckel studios feature 4" cam-locking attenuating panels in a fully demountable system. They also feature single- and double-wall construction, silent ventilation systems, single-, double- and triple-safety glass window designs, flush sill doors with double-magnetic gasket seals, non-visible, internal electrical wiring, vibration isolated floors or low-profile, easy access floor design, a wide variety of lighting options and custom designs.
RTW Radio-Technische Werkstatten
Loudness Family: The Loudness Family, with its Surround Control, Surround Monitor, and Digital Monitor, now includes an integrated loudness display conforming to the ITU BS.1771 guideline as a standard feature. With this line-up, RTW now offers easy-to-use solutions for monitoring the loudness of stereo, multichannel and surround signals in a wide range of applications, as a complement or an alternative to conventional peak meters. Users can select integrated loudness measurement, as per ITU BS.1771 for stereo signals, as an alternative to the usual peak meter bar graphs. This feature can be activated quickly and easily via suitably programmed presets.
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DLD Media & Software Development
The Broadcast Clock Creator: With Broadcast Clock Creator, broadcast professionals can create a variety of broadcast show clocks, easily add, remove, insert and adjust segments, use custom colors and fonts for text and segments, modify the styles, layout and appearance, adjust comments inside or outside of the clock, add and modify text boxes, insert images and logos, export to PDF for websites and save clocks for future use. Program changes can occur quickly and The Broadcast Clock Creator was developed by a broadcaster with day to day operations and programming needs in mind.
Amarra MINI 1.0: Amarra MINI is a smaller, simpler version of the Amarra ultrafidelity music player. Sharing the same Sonic Studio Engine (SSE) playback as the full version, it provides bit-perfect output of standard and hi-res audio files to your audio interface and DAC, supporting sample rates up to 96kHz. Amarra MINI features automatic hardware sample rate management, advanced dither and digital volume, and uses Itunes for compressed and rights managed music.
Dee Jay Trim 4&6: Dee Jay Trim 4&6 is a USB audio interface built for advanced DJs who already have a DJ control surface but no audio interface. This professional audio interface not only provides you with an extra USB hub that prevents compatibility issues on some laptops, but also offers a way to preview, talk over and export your mixes. The four input/four output configurations can be switched to a two input/six output configuration, enabling users to transfer two stereo tracks separately to an external mixing deck, while adding a third stereo track for samples, loops and effects. The four-channel input has a line level for connecting and mixing with an external MP3/CD player and a phono level for connecting vinyl turntables.
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