Stereo bi-directional audio format converter
Large-diaphragm mic suspension
Weekly tests will begin Dec. 12 and begin a regular schedule every Monday.
The tests were reported by participants of the SBE's EAS Exchange.
Was the national EAS test a total failure? Hardly. There were problems, but the test was successful in bringing these problems to light.
To remove some of the mystery, we look at the differences between the products of three manufacturers by designing a hypothetical radio station.
These Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania stations chose the NetWave to broadcast a high-quality on-air product while remaining within budget.
Bill Eisenhamer of Lincoln Financial Media California likes the familiar feel and updated features of the Orban processor.
It's an old-time radio program feel, but with modern production techniques.
The general feeling is that the national test, while not perfect, revealed several problems that might not have otherwise been noticed.
Topics in the paper offer basic tips for more successful processing, advice on deploying processors, and specific elements processing pros look for to identify clean sound.
Real to real audio tape warmer plug-in
FM rebroadcast receiver
ARC Plus adapter
The webinar will discuss what worked, what didn't, and what is being done to fix the problems.
Manny Centeno says a great deal was learned from the first national test, and it's important for FEMA and broadcasters to "continue to strike while the iron is hot."
Ozone 5 is an update to iZotope's software mastering suite.
The official statement: The Nationwide EAS Test served the purpose for which it was intended: to identify gaps and generate a comprehensive set of data to help strengthen our ability to communicate during real emergencies.
The Nov.9, 2011, national EAS test has concluded. How did your station do?
Portable PA systems
IP audio remote link
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