Side by Side: USB Audio Interfaces 

For portable use, a peripheral device is the simplest way to enhance a computer's audio I/O while still keeping the setup compact.

Side by Side: Cable Testers 

The latest breed of cable testers can quickly diagnose wiring errors, and some models have added unique connectors beyond XLR and TRS as well, such as RJ-11, RJ-45 and USB.

Side by Side: Mic Processors 

The human voice is capable of a wide dynamic range, which is why it makes sense to run a station's mics through a mic processor.

Side by Side: Compact Mixers 

We look at several compact, portable mixers that might work well for your remote broadcast setup.

Side by Side: Acoustic Tiles 

If the studio doesn't sound good, the on-air product won't sound good either. Here are some products to control the acoustics.

Side by Side: Telephone Hybrids 

While newer technology for telephony exists, the POTS line is still in common use. We picked four popular single-line telephone hybrids to compare.

Side by Side: Video Recorders 

Radio stations are posting video content online, so we looked at some of the available tools for your station.

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