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IDT Impact Development
Digital Encoder Plus: A digital stereo encoder, the DEP benefits from IDT's APC concept, which optimizes clipping, increases loudness and assures total elimination of overshoots, all with no distortion. Moreover, the DEP is designed to be a host structure and will evolve with new plug-ins and software upgrades. The DEP is the fruit of the association of the R&D teams from IDT and Audemat. Features include AGC and a limiter. The DEP is MPX guard ready and has an optional RDS encoder with a full DARC/ETSI standard; layer 2, 3, 4 with mobiDARC application.
+33 472 18 19 20; fax +33 472 18 19 21
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KSM27: A cardioid, large diaphragm, side-address studio condenser microphone with an external locking shockmount, the KSM27 is an externally biased design with low self-noise and a wide dynamic range. It provides an extended frequency response for all-purpose vocal and instrument recording applications. It has a champagne finish and includes the following accessories: class A transformerless preamplifier circuitry, a one-inch, ultra-thin diaphragm, extended frequency response (20Hz to 20kHz) and high input SPL capability.
800-25-SHURE; fax 847-866-2279
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BD960: This unit replaces the earlier BD941/942 units, provides a delay and replaces objectionable words with a station's own zapper of up to 8 seconds of audio, which is stored in nonvolatile memory (NVRAM). In addition to the new recording feature, the BD960 sports improvements in several areas, notably audio quality (full 24-bit/48KHz sampling) and convenience features such as a universal (100-240V) power supply and remote control capabilities.
201-641-1200; fax 201-641-1640; www.eventide.com; email@example.com
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LCD exciter enhancement
AES/EBU input module: This optional AES/EBU input module has been added to Armstrong's CD-quality LCD exciter line. The modular approach allows a quick field retrofit of the exciter, giving stations a cost effective way to evolve from the analog to the digital arena. Stations can start with an analog LCD exciter, which includes the standard multiplex, mono and SCA inputs. When a station wishes to upgrade to digital, it can purchase the AES/EBU input module to complete the digital air chain. LCD exciters can be ordered digital ready with the AES/EBU module for immediate digital interface capability.
315-673-1269; fax 315-673-9972
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Solution-D family: Owing to a new A/D conversion process, a specially developed synchronization method, and remote control of typical microphone parameters and mixing console functions, Solution-D is the first product in the Solution-D digital microphone family. It consists of three components: the digital microphone D-01, the digital microphone interface DMI-2, and the software that permits operation and remote control of the microphone. The system conforms to the new Standard AES 42-2001.
860-434-5220; fax 860-434-3148
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dCS992: The 992 provides reference clocks supporting systems sampling from 11.025ks/s to 192ks/s or DSD, via four independent AES reference outputs and six independent pairs of BNC outputs for either word clock or Superclock formats. The relative phase of each output may be adjusted by plus or minus one sample, in steps of
207-773-2424; fax 207-773-2422
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BPM series: Bird's broadcast power monitor products comprise several true average-responding sensors that attach to a multi-function power meter or directly to a personal computer (PC) via an RS-232 cable. True average responses with a minimum of 10dB operating headroom means that power indications are stable and accurate for all digitally-modulated signals having high peak-to-average ratio. Unique to the BPM sensors are additional alarm functions that attach to an external alarm panel to signal an operator in the event of an antenna/feeder malfunction. The alarm operates for zero forward power, high VSWR, and high forward power.
440-248-1200; fax 440-248-5426; www.bird-electronic.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Digital mixing engine
DME32: Using the latest generation DSP, the DME32 features up to 128 inputs and 128 outputs, 32 cascade buses, crosspoint level control, eight stereo compressors, 16 stereo three-band EQs, AES/EBU in/out, and word clock I/O. A PCMCIA card slot is provided for additional memory as well as GPI ports. It operates at 32-bit/48kHz and provides control via RS-232/422 or USB.
714-522-9011; fax 714-522-9522; www.yamaha.com/proaudio
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CD/DVD duplication system
Scribe Series: A fully integrated professional grade automated CD-R, DVD-R authoring, duplication and print station. The base can be used as a print station or CD-R or DVD-R automated duplicator interchangeably with MediaFORM Spectrum or Primera printers. The Scribe is outfitted with SmartDRIVE, an anti-piracy CD-R drive equipped with copy protection, electronic watermarking and SmartGuardMEDIA.
800-220-1215; fax 610-458-9554
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The Hollywood Edge, Soundelux Microphones
ELUX 251: Modeled after the classic Telefunken 251, the ELUX offers the same performance as vintage models but at a significantly lower cost. Its strong, powerful bottom and airy, unabrasive top allows the ELUX 251 its response that extends well beyond the normal range of a studio microphone. It features hand-built, hand-tuned and strictly tested European capsules.
323-603-3228; fax 323-603-3245
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