Episode 49 features a conversation with Ike Zimbel, a wireless frequency coordinator and tech based in Toronto. A 35-plus year veteran of the audio industry, he’s worked extensively as a wireless system technician and coordinator, live sound engineer, recording studio technician, and audio supervisor for TV broadcasts, in addition to roles with manufacturing and production companies. Coordinating 200-plus channels of RF is Ike’s specialty for events like The NHL All-Star Game, and in this episode, the hosts dig into “all things RF” with him. The Signal To Noise podcast is sponsored by Audix.
A reminder: To mark its 50th Episode, the Signal To Noise podcast is going live this week with a livestream on both the ProSoundWeb Facebook page (here) and YouTube page (here), kicking off at 8 pm U.S. Eastern time on Wednesday, May 27. To help us celebrate, Audix has graciously donated a pair of its new A150 headphones while Orlando-based Professional Wireless Systems is donating one of its very useful In-Line RF Filters (valued at $215!), each to be given to a lucky winner announced during the livestream. Go here to enter for your chance to win!
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