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Articles Tagged Signal

  • Friday, February 20, 2009
    altinext splitter
    PSW Staff 02/20/09 02:10 PM, 0 Comments
    The new Altinex SP107-101 surface mount AV interconnect plate, designed for installation into tables, podiums, and other AV furniture, provides surface level connection points for a variety of audio and video inputs, as well as an easy and convenient means of patching a laptop computer or other AV equipment on the surface to a presentation system’s connections beneath the furniture or in another room. Featuring a black painted finish that mounts flush with the surface for a sophisticated, hi-tech appearance… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundProductInstallationInterconnect

  • fulcrum acoustic
    Dave Gunness & Stephen Siegel 02/20/09 12:22 PM, 1 Comment
    The coaxial approach developed for the new Fulcrum Acoustic TQ install CX/DX loudspeaker products may look familiar, but there are a number of technical innovations which differentiate these from their predecessors. Like the legendary Altec 604, the CX/DX coaxial driver uses an integrated compression driver and woofer assembly. The similarity ends here. The basic design approach of most modern, high performance coaxial drivers is to mount a compression driver to the rear of a woofer, with the exit of the… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundFeatureLoudspeakerProcessorSound Reinforcement

  • bss blubob
    PSW Staff 02/20/09 06:45 AM, 0 Comments
    BSS Audio has added a cost-effective break-out box to its Soundweb London family of digital signal processors - the new BLU-BOB output expander - which compliments the seven other members of the Soundweb London family and represents a solution to increasing the number of outputs in a Harman HiQnet networked system. The BLU-BOB features eight analog audio outputs on standard terminal block connectors and the 256-channel, low latency, fault tolerant digital audio bus, also found on the BLU-800, BLU-320, BLU-160… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundProductNetworkingProcessorSignal

  • Thursday, February 19, 2009
    airslueth pro
    PSW Staff 02/19/09 11:14 AM, 0 Comments
    Kaltman Creations LLC has announced the introduction of the AirSleuth Pro Bundle V2, joining the company’s line of of RF Spectrum Analyzers.  AirSleuth Pro Bundle V2 is a combined software-based 2.4GHz RF spectrum analyzer and a 2.4GHz, 11-channel signal generator is designed for IT managers, enterprise personnel, and 2.4GHz users who need enhanced capabilities to install, test, troubleshoot, analyze, and optimize wireless networks.  Mark Kaltman, president of Kaltman Creations, stated, “Network managers often rely on blind faith when it comes… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundProductMeasurementSignalSoftwareSound Reinforcement

  • Wednesday, February 18, 2009
    PSW Staff 02/18/09 01:59 PM, 0 Comments
    IK Multimedia has announced the worldwide tour of T-RackS 3 Master Classes – a series of free clinics and workshops designed for musicians. T-RackS 3 is a complete software suite containing comprehensive mixing and mastering tools. Top industry artists, producers and engineers will share their knowledge with attendees about mixing, mastering and recording, and how they utilize T-RackS 3 to produce music. The T-RackS 3 Master Class series will be held in select locations throughout the United States, Europe and… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsTrainingDigital Audio WorkstationsSoftwareStudio

  • Tuesday, February 17, 2009
    Keith Clark 02/17/09 09:33 AM, 0 Comments
    When I last addressed the topic of digital television conversion, Congress had voted not to extend the deadline of February 17, 2009 (today) for TV stations in the U.S. to cease all analog transmission. Of course, we’re talking about the government. And, we’re talking about last month. Subsequently (a couple of weeks ago), our friends on Capitol Hill changed their collective minds, voting in favor of extending the deadline to June 12, 2009 for stations to covert to all-digital transmission… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundBlogAudio PunditOpinionBusinessMicrophoneSignalSound Reinforcement

  • Thursday, February 12, 2009
    PSW Staff 02/12/09 03:48 PM, 0 Comments
    When it came time to upgrade the audio capabilities at Toronto’s Young Centre for the Performing Arts, the desire for a high performance wireless microphone system that could easily move from one presentation space to another was considered essential. Similarly, a viable solution to the ongoing challenge of mixing a variety of audio signals with minimal supervision was yet another concern. As the venue is home to professional and student level productions, Young Centre management insisted upon broadcast level audio… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundNewsInstallationMicrophoneNetworkingProcessorSound Reinforcement

  • at2020
    PSW Staff 02/12/09 01:47 PM, 0 Comments
    One of iTunes’ top-rated podcasts is Music for Midnight (, produced weekly by Ohio-based music aficionado Austin Beeman. The show regularly ranks in the top 10 music podcasts and top 50 overall. Music for Midnight is a half-hour showcase of independent and non-mainstream down-tempo electronica, soft rock and jazz, distributed through the San Francisco-based Personal Life Media network. Beeman relies heavily on his AT2020 USB cardioid condenser microphone from Audio-Technica, noting, “I use the 2020 USB to record my own… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsMicrophone

  • hollywood symetrix
    PSW Staff 02/12/09 12:20 PM, 0 Comments
    Built in 1920s, Hollywood United Methodist Church is a landmark of gothic beauty and reverent peace nestled amid the bustle of the neighborhood’s famous Hollywood and Highland district, just a block away from the Kodak Theater. Its architecture was inspired by Westminster Abbey and has provided the backdrop for Whoopi Goldberg’s “Sister Act,” in addition to hundreds of scenes in other movies. Hollywood UMC has survived all of those shoots without tarnish, and a buffeted foundation has left it undamaged… View this story
    Filed in: Church SoundNewsConsolesInstallationLoudspeakerProcessor

  • oregon convention center community
    PSW Staff 02/12/09 11:45 AM, 0 Comments
    The Oregon Convention Center in Portland now features one of the most technically advanced audio and video infrastructures of any facility of its type. Fiber optics connect the center’s one million square feet of space, with sophisticated digital signal processing enabling the area’s audio system to be divided in nearly endless combinations and configurations to accommodate nearly every conceivable event. Beaverton-based CompView has overseen the latest phase in a renovation and redesign of the OCC that began more than 15… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundNewsInstallationLoudspeaker

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