The topic of surround sound has grow from a small topic to one of prominence at radio and audio engineering conferences.
Dead air is a program director's worst nightmare, and while no station is immune from it, this is easy insurance.
Frequency response, power handling and output level capability are all important factors to consider when choosing a speaker. These specs can provide a general baseline for making a final selection, but the real test in the sound.
Critical recording requires critical monitoring; a perfect job for the Benchmark Media DAC1.
The HD 280 Pro is a closed-back, circumaural design with neodymium drivers and an 8Hz to 25kHz frequency response.
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Composite and baseband audio fail-safe monitor.
Powered monitor speakers
If you ask most jocks/announcers what type of loudspeakers they would like in the control room, you might hear a response like “lots of power so I can feel the music.” If you put this query to the station engineer, you're just as likely to get a different response with specs on sensitivity and power handling.
QSC Audio Powerlight 2 series: This line of amplifiers includes four models ranging in power from 900W to 1850W per channel, all in 2RU chassis that are
Westlake Audio Lc3w12: Measuring 150W x 250H x 15.50D, the Lc3w12 is comprised of a 12-inch woofer, a six-inch midrange and a one-inch dome tweeter with