New Products - Apr 2010
C. Crane Company
CCRadio-2: The CCRadio-2 has the same familiar look and layout as previous models of the CCRadio but with even better AM reception and the addition of the 2-Meter ham band. The boost in AM performance comes from the company's twin-coil ferrite am antenna and other improvements. After selecting a station, the radio evaluates the signal for several seconds and then locks in for the highest signal possible. The addition of the ham band may make the CCRadio-2 a life saver during an emergency. The CCRadio-2 can act like a simple radio scanner and search the five memories for ham operator communications.
Encore Series: The Encore 100, 200 and 300 models are designed for any live application, from the rehearsal space and coffee shop to the auditorium and stadium. The 100 is a studio-grade dynamic microphone. The 200 adds Blue's Active Dynamic circuitry and output transformer, coupling the ruggedness and high SPL handling of a dynamic mic with the consistency and low noise of a phantom powered mic. The 300 is the flagship of the series and offers vocalists uncompromised performance featuring a hand-selected Blue Aria condenser capsule with a matched pre-amp and phantom power circuit, a tuned enclosure, and Blue's proprietary reinforced chassis, which controls airflow around the capsule for unparalleled vocal control and a natural, open sound, no matter how the artist holds the microphone.
On D'mand: Never again will a salesperson leave money behind because a deal couldn't be closed without creative. Benmaradio creates copy live online with your salespeople and client. Then, it's backed with the fully produced spot, delivered before the end of business that day. The whole process is very simple. Text or call the toll free number and Benmaradio creates a virtual online meeting. Once copy is approved, production can be, in many cases, delivered in four hours or less.
Jelli: A system to create 100 percent user-controlled radio, Jelli allows users to take over a radio station with their browsers. By empowering listeners to interact in a dynamic Web experience, the Jelli community chooses in real-time what should play next -- not just over an Internet stream, but also on the airwaves. With Jelli, users join forces to create the on-air playlist with real-time voting and other features, interact and discuss what they are hearing with the rest of the listening community, and rate what's currently playing. The playlist is dynamic, and what plays next is determined by users seconds before it plays. The community can even vote to pull a song off-the-air, instantly, using one of the several unique features of Jelli.
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