The VX882HR is a Windows-compatible PCI sound card suitable for a variety of radio and recording applications.
When Clear Channel Minneapolis needed multiple T1s to handle its data, Jess Meyer looked for a better way. He found it in the Broadcast Electronics Big Pipe.
The digital profanity delay has come a long way since its introduction so many years ago. Their usage has increased as well because of slips during broadcast events.
KCUR views its Airtools 6100 profanity delay as insurance.
Built to be rugged, the Mosaic provides a traditional console look to the flexibility of control from the Logitek Audio Engine.
There are times when the PC needs to be placed in the control room. Unfortunately, traditional PCs have noisy fans. This is not a traditional PC; it's fanless.
"I believe that the on-air screen is one of the most user friendly screens on the market," said Field Report Author Singer.
Doug Irwin put the Dscope test set through several tests of his own.
This modular audio control surface has a low profile and functions with three major components: the control surface, an electronics frame and a power supply.
The BCM 705 is a dynamic microphone -- the first ever built with the Neumann name. How does it perform for on-air use?
A high-quality mic sound is important, and the use of a separate preamp is common in most installations, but the mic preamp must perform its function without unwanted coloration or distortion. We put the Great River MEQ-1NV to the test.
In case you haven't heard of the new kid on the block, Heil Sound has been making microphones and accessories for the communications and amateur radio market for a number of years.
With telephone companies less willing to support dedicated equalized broadcast lines, and in some areas reluctant to setup new ISDN service, the challenges for getting audio from here to there are becoming greater. So what can you do?
This NAS provides a fast, easy data backup system for a facility's computer data.
The AT2020 is a good choice for remote broadcasts where quality sound is required and you don't want to risk a more expensive microphone.
Are you still using portable cassette recorders because of too few economical options? Now there’s a solution.
In 2003, Clear Channel Radio made a strategic decision to purchase several hundred copies of Adobe Audition, a software-only audio editing program, for its network of stations.
You have seen the TV spots for the latest and greatest products that we just can't live without. Recently there was one that caught the eye of our reviewer. It might have caught your eye as well.
The recorder automatically senses and changes a digital sampling rate, making it possible to do digital transfers from MDs, DATs and other digital signals that are sampled at 32kHz or 48kHz.
The Imedialogger can record 12 audio sources and can play back and record simultaneously. The Bonneville St. Louis stations put it to the test.
Radiovisa in Los Angeles has installed a consolidated router and console system from SAS. The system reduces the cabling needs as well as the in-studio equipment needs for the stations.
Studio Technologies announcer's consoles played a big role in bringing two of 2004's biggest sporting events back to their audiences. Remote engineer Raul Velez reviews these controllers.
After the third lightning strike, Joe Ternovan, chief engineer of Infinity Columbus, OH, looked into other means of protecting the system from lightning strikes through the telephone line. He found the Clenney Communications Optelator.
The Xport can transmit audio via POTS or ISDN to a studio-located ISDN Zephyr codec. Kirk Chestnut provides a review.
Vermont Public Radio has increased its demand on condenser mics, as outlined in this review.