Zaxcom's Deva and Fusion hard-disk audio recorders are now available with a brighter display screen for easier control in any environment.
The 8585's design was built on the Orban Optimod 6300 two-channel processor for digital media.
This processor features two independent channels of low-latency digital signal processing that are customizable through a software program.
The DSPX-AM includes a wideband window-gated AGC, a four-band window-gated AGC and a four-band limiter that is followed by an oversampled distortion-controlled clipper
The headset uses APT Apt-X coding.
G Selector version 3.10 is available and shipping.
The Icicle is a USB converter and mic preamp.
The update offers additional features during recording, including a manual track increment for breaking a long session into individual tracks.
The Portastudio provided a compact form for multitrack recording. While designed for musicians, many Tascam Portastudios have seen use at radio stations.
The compact subwoofer extends frequency range of desktop monitors.
Bottle Rocket Stage One and Two microphones are now shipping.
Prototypes to be unveiled at CES are available from Dual and Visteon.
The 5-year warranty is being offered on all NV Series FM and NX Series AM transmitters purchased in 2009.
Upgrades are only performed at the Symetrix factory. The fee for the upgrade is $300 and also includes a full factory test and overnight return freight to the customer.
The new interoperable receiver delivers every Sirius and XM channel on one radio.
The M2A-FM is based on the M2 HD Radio monitor and shares many of its features.
The monitor features an 8" driver and a beryllium-copper tweeter.
Eight HP switches join the list that already includes Cisco switches.
The mic preamp is essentially a single channel of the Daking Mic-Pre IV.
The testing was conducted in the greater Boston area with Xohm hardware supplied by Sprint Nextel.
The system combines System 6000 algorithms with the TC Electronic Powercore platform.
An improved clipper, rescaled limiter and updates to the GUI software are among the audio processor updates.
The database is the actual NGDC database used by the FCC.
The integration allows Powergold Music Scheduling Software to directly import music available through Yangaroo's DMDS.
With the FCC ruling to eliminate wireless mic usage in the 700MHz band, some existing equipment has to be retuned or replaced.