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Product Review: Aviom Network Audio Systems
A digital approach detailed, and is it right for the system needs at your church?
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Aviom, known to countless church sound personnel and musicians for its “more of me” personal monitor mixing controls, has put considerable work into how to move audio signals from one place to another. It’s led to the development of a digital snake system and audio networking system, which Kent Gibson discusses in the August, 2009 issue of Church Production magazine.

How does this technology work? What are the advantages (and potential downsides) of transporting signal in the digital domain? And most importantly, what can it bring to your church sound system?

Click here to check out Kent’s insights and explanations regarding these questions and much more, in addition to an overview and perspective of the Aviom approach.

Also, be sure to have a look at the roster of online articles from the August, 2009 issue of Church Production.

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Source: Church Production

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