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RT-Microphone: The RT-Microphone provides the essential set of measurements, paired with individual tolerances for the total quality control of individual microphone components or final products, such as mobile phones, vocal microphones or headsets. The typical test cycle time is less than three seconds. The system includes the high-speed RT-2M audio analyzer and a software platform. Further accessories, such as reference microphones, reference speaker and automation interfaces complete the test solution. It offers frequency response, sensitivity, distortion, signal-to-noise ratio and polarity.
Handheld bluetooth radio mic
MobileMic: A portable Bluetooth handheld radio broadcast mic designed specifically for live broadcasting, MobileMic uses Bluetooth for wireless broadcasting on location. The mic connects to any Bluetooth-enabled cell phone.
Neoscreener: This call management software interfaces to Telos 2×12 and 2101 systems, allowing for line control and even database lookup using Caller ID. Features include: Caller ID database lookup; automatic transfer/rejection of calls; first ring display of name, city, number of calls; call number history; complete line monitoring and control; chat function between studio and call screening room; and talent display.
Upgrades and Updates
NPR affiliates will soon receive new International Datacasting satellite receivers with built-in Axia Livewire connections as part of a refurbishment of the Public Radio Satellite System. (www.intldata.ca, www.axiaaudio.com, www.prss.org)...OMT Technologies has released Imediatouch version 4.0 radio automation software including an advanced client graphical user interface and more than 25 feature enhancements. (www.imediatouch.com)...Enco Systems has released iDAD, a companion mobile application for the Enco DAD and Presenter audio automation studio systems, targeted at the iPhone and iPad. (www.enco.com)
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