Radial Engineering To Debut New Products At Prolight + Sound

The Presenter phantom-powered interface among multiple new unit to be on display.

By PSW Staff March 20, 2017

The Presenter from Radial Engineering

Making its debut at Musikmesse and Prolight + Sound, The Presenter from Radial Engineering combines a microphone preamp and a USB program input to create an interface for any presentation, from school lectures to corporate audio.

An XLR mic input allows you to connect a podium microphone and provide it with phantom power. The mic signal can then be adjusted using three EQ controls: a high-pass filter rolls off excessive low end, and Low and High knobs allow you to tailor the frequency response.

A program input level controls the volume of the USB input or the 3.5mm jack on the front of the unit, so you can connect the outputs of your laptop, smartphone, or MP3 player and blend it with
the signal from the microphone.

XLR outputs provide balanced feeds for a set of powered speakers, providing an all-in-one portable solution for any speaking engagement.

Also appearing at Radial’s booth this year…

The Cab-Link provides an easy way to connect one amp head to two speaker cabinets, allowing you to connect cabinets in series or parallel configurations as required.

The SAT-2 is a stereo audio attenuator and monitor controller, providing an adjustable level control wherever you need it. Compact, rugged, and completely passive, the SAT-2 is a simple yet powerful device for your audio toolbox.

The Backtrack is a compact stereo audio switcher for bands running redundant backing tracks on stage. The Backtrack lets you easily connect a laptop computer, MP3 player, or recording interface and ensure that even if your primary backing track source fails, the show still goes on.

The MIX2:1 is a simple yet highly useful mixer that passively sums two audio channels down to one. This enables you to easily sum the stereo outputs of a console, recording interface, or portable playback device down to mono.

For more information, visit Radial Engineering at Hall 4.1, Booth C21 or through the link below.

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