119th AES Photo Blog - Oct 9

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119th AES Photo Blog - Oct 9

Oct 9, 2005 1:00 AM

Radio magazine brings the 119th AES Convention to you in photos.

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The Javits Center is ready for attendees on day three of the convention.

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Surround sound is perfectly suited for automobiles. This was the message from Harman.

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Wireworks showed its line of wire, cables, connectors, cable assemblies and metal fabrication.

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While the company provides service for modern Apple computer systems, Tekserve gets a lot of attention from its display of antique audio equipment.

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Lined up and ready for action. Studio Projects microphones are ready for today's comparisons.

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The Edirol solid-state recorders are put through their paces.

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SRS Labs, one company vying for use as a surround sound system with IBOC, showed its surround products.

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Neumann showed the BCM 705 and the BCM 104 broadcast mics.

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The last historical event of the day was the 70th Anniversary of FM Broadcasting tribute.
Back row: Dave Bialik, broadcast events chairman; Herb Squire, DSI RF Systems; Steve Hemphill, Solid Electronics Laboratories; Renville McMann Jr., CBS Laboratories; Chralres Sackermann Jr., CSC Management
Front row: Scott Fybush, panel moderator, Northeast Radio Watch; Robert Brecht; Jerry Minter, Components Corporation; Mike Katzdorn; Gilbert Houck, Houck and Bowen Engineering.

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One piece of the histroical display included this master oscillator breadboard from Armstrong's initial FM tests that originated from the Empire State Building.

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Guitarist Brad Walsh attracts an audience as he demonstrates editing and recording software in a performance venue at the AES Convention.

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