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Renkus-Heinz Appoints Aragon as New Rep

Orange County, CA- February 2014…Renkus-Heinz has announced the appointment of Jack Aragon Marketing and Sales (J.A.M.S.) as the company’s new representatives for the Rockies.

Established in 2009, J.A.M.S. is run by industry veteran Jack Aragon, and specializes in Professional Audio, Commercial Audio, and Musical Instruments. J.A.M.S. will represent Renkus-Heinz in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, as well as southeast Idaho, eastern Montana, and El Paso, Texas.

“We are very pleased to welcome Jack and the J.A.M.S. team to Renkus-Heinz,” remarked Rik Kirby, Renkus-Heinz VP of Sales and Marketing. “They’ve got a great reputation and a stellar track record, and we’re looking forward to having them on board.”

“Renkus-Heinz is a legendary brand that has always represented the highest quality in performance and innovation,” added Aragon. “We are honored to be working with a great brand and a great group of people.”

Jack Aragon may be reached via email at jack@j-a-m-s.com, or by phone at 303-872-3456. Visit their website at www.j-a-m-s.com.

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Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California, Renkus-Heinz, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of audio operations networks, digitally steerable arrays, powered and non-powered loudspeakers, system specific electronics and fully integrated Reference Point Array systems.

 

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AVL Expo 2014 Helps Northwest Worship Community See ‘Big Picture’ for Technology Integration

SEATAC, WA — Approximately 120 members of the Pacific Northwest’s worship community attended last month’s free Audio, Visual, Lighting Conference and Expo (AVL Expo), presented by professional video and audio systems integration firm Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS), in collaboration with ExperienceChurch.tv®. Some of the expo’s most popular conference sessions focused on audio, but the program also included presentations on production switchers, cameras, cloud-based resources and more.

Dennis Cummins, pastor at Experience Church.tv, which hosted the event at its church in Puyallup, Wash., said this year’s expo attracted a large number of senior pastors. “I think it’s because the pastors of small to medium-sized churches are starting to understand that they need to be involved in the audio, video, and lighting at least in some part to really make it successful,” he said. “This doesn’t mean they have
to know all the nuts and bolts of making it work. Conceptually, they need to have the big picture in order to be a good steward of purchases and produce a great product.”

AVL Expo also featured an exhibit hall and networking opportunities specifically tailored for the worship community. “It’s encouraging to see so many churches investing the time to make sure their investment in AV technology is solid,” added Mark Siegel, president of ABS. “We also add new speakers, new sessions, and new exhibitors to keep AVL Expo fresh and current for attendees.”

About ABS:

Based in SeaTac, Wash., ABS (Advanced Broadcast Solutions) delivers customized, technologically superior solutions for broadcast, corporate, house of worship, entertainment, government and educational facilities – from design and integration to installation and support services. Since 1982, its experienced technical staff has installed more than 700 systems for clients including GOCOM Media, Cowles California Media, Cisco Systems, Meredith, and Time Warner Communications. For more information, call 206-870-0244 or visit www.advancedbroadcastsolutions.com.

Severtson Screens Announces TAT-4K Titanium Acoustically-Transparent Projection Screen

Mesa, Ariz., Feb. 10, 2014 – Severtson Screens (www.severtsonscreens.com), a global leader in innovative and quality projection screens for the home theater, commercial, and pro AV markets, is pleased to announce the launch of the new TAT-4K Titanium Acoustically-Transparent line of projection screens. The TAT-4K is now shipping.

“A new era of venue versatility has begun,” said Kirk Severtson, Severtson Screens COO. “The TAT-4K material offers the same innovative technology as our acclaimed SAT-4K screens, but can now the TAT-4K can be used in rooms with incoming ambient light. The seamless acoustic weave and striking contrast offered by the TAT-4K is in high demand, especially for many high-end home theater and commercial applications.”

Made in the USA, the Severtson Screens TAT-4K is compatible with both 2D and active 3D projection. Available in Impression, Deluxe, and Deluxe Curved configurations, the TAT-4K comes in heights ranging from 37 inches in an Impression Series home theater screen, to a whopping 15 feet, 10 inches in a Pro-Frame or cinema screen.

“The titanium-grey shade on the TAT-4K preserves picture contrast even in rooms that are not completely dark, resulting in a crisp image that will amaze viewers,” continued Severtson. “With virtually no screen size limitations, the entire sound stage can be placed directly behind the screen at the same horizontal axis, allowing the audio track to be in perfect sync with the brilliant images on display. The TAT-4K screen meets or exceeds all industry standards for optimum video and acoustic performance, with reference quality reproduction of the digital image combined with true fidelity to the soundtrack.”

Additional TAT-4K specifications include:
• Surface: TAT-4K acoustically woven screen material
• Gain: .93
• Max height: 15 ft. 10 inches
• Viewing Angle: 160 degrees
• Flame and mildew resistant
• Pricing: contact Severtson for specific pricing

“Severtson Screens is proud to serve the home theater market with the same service and quality that has taken the cinema market by storm and cemented us as the industry leader,” added Severtson.

Custom and standard sizes are available. Severtson asks that customers contact them directly for individual pricing for their specific needs.

After celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2011, Severtson Corporation continues to be a global leader in innovation and quality. Severtson’s extensive experience in manufacturing small home theater screens and large cinema screens has given Severtson Corporation the expertise to meet the needs of the professional and consumer AV markets for both indoor applications as well as large outdoor venues.

With its three production facilities and its state-of-the-art robotic application system, Severtson has massive production capabilities and an unusually wide array of screen sizes — from IMAX to small home theater screens — available to its clients.

For more information, please visit www.severtsonscreens.com, call 480-610-5155, or email sales@severtsonscreens.com.

About Severtson Screens
Mesa, Ariz.-based Severtson Screens, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2011, is an award-winning global leader in innovative and quality projection screens in the home theater, pro AV, and cinema markets. Its low rejection rate coupled with the high quality of all its products has made Severtson Corporation the industry standard for quality and customer service worldwide.

From its unlikely origins in the family kitchen to today’s three modern production facilities, Severtson Corporation has remained committed to the principles of innovation and uncompromising quality that have made them who they are today.

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ADDER TECHNOLOGY BRINGS ITS ACCLAIMED HIGH PERFORMANCE KVM TO DOOH & OUTDOOR DIGITAL SIGNAGE

Adder Joins Scala to Unveil its Newest HDMI Solution

Las Vegas, February 11, 2014Adder Technology, the leader in high performance, IP-based KVM connectivity solutions, will unveil its new AdderLink DV100 HDMI and  DV120 DVI extenders at Digital Signage Expo, the world’s largest international trade show dedicated to digital signage, in Las Vegas, February 11-12 in the Scala booth #736.

Tim Conway, Adder vice president said, “Today’s digital signage providers need assured DVI and HDMI extension that deliver pixel perfect HD-quality digital content. Our new line is designed to meet this need with remote control and monitoring up to 150 feet distance from the source.”

“Adder brings unique capabilities to Scala’s digital communication
system,” said Harry Horn, Scala vice president of marketing. “The addition of the AdderLink HDMI extender and splitter provides rock-solid dependability, failover option and proof of display software, which delivers the highest-quality digital
video signage.”

The new AdderLink DV104 features Adder’s innovative Proof of Display (P.O.D.) technology that provides 4 outputs, and enables remote monitoring of all screens within a signage network over an IP link. This in turn allows network managers to bill advertisers with the assurance that their content has been displayed.  Digital signage can be turned-off or on remotely and can be powered directly from the network.

About Adder Technology

Adder Technology is a leading developer and thought leader in connectivity solutions. Adder’s media networks, extenders and keyboard, video and mouse switch solutions enable the control and distribution of IT systems around the world. The company distributes its products in more than 60 countries through a network of distributors, resellers and OEMs. Adder has offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, China and Singapore.

Adder’s user base ranges across markets such as Retail, Financial, Industrial, Medical, Broadcast, Air Traffic Control, Digital Signage, Military and Server Management. Adder manufactures products under its own brand as well as for a number of OEM customers and its products are marketed and supported by a global network of resellers and distributors. For more information please visit www.adder.com.

About Scala

For more information please visit www.scala.com.

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“Strictly Come Dancing” Has a Ball with HARMAN’s Studer Consoles

HERTFORDSHIRE, United Kingdom — “Strictly Come Dancing”, one of the BBC’s flagship family entertainment programs, has become the latest to benefit from the comprehensive broadcast production services at the new home of BBC Studios And Post Production – Elstree Film Studios. Facilities include a new audio installation featuring a MADI / fibre-optic infrastructure and flexible routing and mixing framework, with HARMAN’s Studer Vista and OnAir technology at its core.

Only the second show to use the new facility, “Strictly Come Dancing” made full use of the George Lucas 1 sound gallery’s 70-fader Studer Vista 8 console for primary mixing duties. In addition, a Studer OnAir 3000 console was used for grams and as a system routing hub—with control from BBC Studios and Post Production’s Broadcast Network Control System. A Studer Vista 1 console took care of the surround mix and down-mix check for the BBC 1 HD channel feed.
Sound Supervisor Andy Tapley specified the audio system, which is replicated across the other BBC Studios and Post Production stages/studios at Elstree, in order to maintain consistency and cope with some of the UK’s most complex TV productions.

Strictly Come Dancing is especially demanding. “By half past six on a Saturday night we have to be ready to go, whatever,” comments Tapley. “…And that involves the live music as well, which is one of the things that sets Strictly apart from other shows.
“The music is incredibly diverse—it can range from Carmen to classical pieces to heavy rock for the next one. We rely on instant snapshot recall…You can’t rely on the woodwind section just being one type of instrument so you might have to dial in another 15dBs on a mic, plus high pass filtering, just to get a flute through; and it has to happen just like that.”
Studer D21 I/O systems were used to move approximately 150 feeds from the show floor, including the 20-piece band and 60 channels of RF from contestants, presenters, judging panel, and IEM systems. More were employed for the Vision Apparatus Room (VAR) I/O, the grams/OnAir 3000 system, and the reverb/outboard bay.
The Vista 8 was the main show console, configured as a dual operator board for Andy Tapley and Sound Mixer Tony Revell. “The dividing line between operators is constantly re-definable,” comments Tapley. “It doesn’t have to be set before hand… If I need a hand I can drag and drop channels anywhere, as we go.”
On the evening, Tapley takes responsibility for the band mix, while Revel manages all of the microphone feeds, including an extensive audience mic set up. The Vista’s unique cascading control groups make the surround stem provisions much simpler, while for Tapley every spare moment before the show starts is an bonus: “Because of the schedule we’re grabbing every opportunity we can to refine the music mix. The second we get a break we can, at the press of a button, turn our band channels round to their second inputs and have the multitrack replay back though, refine the mix, and then save that as a snapshot.”

The new Studer VistaMix automatic mixing system was used for managing the judges’ and contestants’ microphones—especially effective in the show’s mezzanine area where co-presenter Tess Daily and the contestants gather in close proximity, often contributing ad-hoc comment.
Overall, the facilities and the crew at BBC Studios And Post Production, Elstree have proven themselves worthy of the biggest and most demanding broadcast productions around. The Studer Vista and OnAir systems are an important part of that story.

Photo Caption 1: (Left) Andy Tapley and Tony Revell working on the Studer Vista 8.

About BBC Studios and Post Production
BBC Studios and Post Production is a commercial subsidiary of the BBC, providing world-class studios, post production and digital media services. It works with media companies and broadcasters, making content for a variety of broadcasters including BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five and Sky, from Channel 4’s Deal or No Deal and Big Fat Quiz, to EastEnders and Strictly Come Dancing. It’s award-winning digital media services team preserves, re-masters and manages content through its digital archiving, restoration and distribution services, working with content owners like Imperial War Museums to conserve and maximise the value of their material. Credits include Dr Who, David Attenborough’s Life on Earth and Trials of Life, The Sweeney, The Queen’s Coronation and The Trumptonshire Trilogy. Whilst Television Centre is being redeveloped, BBC Studios and Post Production has relocated its London studio business to Elstree, where it offers fully equipped HD TV studios and post production services. Its award-winning Digital Media Services team operates from a new permanent, purpose-built facility at Odyssey Business Park, South Ruislip.

www.bbcstudiosandpostproduction.com

HARMAN designs, manufactures, and markets a wide range of infotainment and audio solutions for the automotive, consumer, and professional markets. It is a recognized world leader across its customer segments with premium brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, and Mark Levinson® and leading-edge connectivity, safety and audio technologies. The Company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of 14,800 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $4.7 billion for the last twelve months ended December 31, 2013.

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News from ISE 2014: Dutch Rental Provider Bazelmans AVR Adds Meyer Sound LYON to Inventory

Bazelmans AVR, a Dutch AV rental company, has invested in the Meyer Sound LYON™ linear sound reinforcement system and become one of the first suppliers of the new product. The LYON sale, closed during the ISE 2014 trade show in Amsterdam, includes 40 LYON linear line array loudspeakers, 22 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements, and a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system, in addition to RMServers for loudspeaker monitoring.

Making its tradeshow debut at ISE 2014, LYON incorporates the technology of the LEO™ Family in a more flexible and compact package, and extends the advantages of highly linear self-powered systems to a larger range of venues and applications. LYON is available in two variants: the LYON-M main line array loudspeaker for main arrays, and the LYON-W wide-coverage line array loudspeaker for downfill and outfill applications.

“LEO is a prime example of the advancements Meyer Sound offers to large-scale international touring,” Wiljan Bazelmans, founder and CEO of Bazelmans AVR, says. “The brand new LYON demonstrates the same linearity and sheer power so sought after in any production, including EDM, but in a compact, versatile package that stage designers will love.

“We want the best experience for our customers, not just once, but every time,” continues Bazelmans. “We decided to step up from other loudspeaker brands to Meyer Sound some years ago, and we have never looked back. We are thrilled to become one of the first suppliers of LYON, which is sure to play a key role in the future growth of our company.”

The LYON investment by Bazelmans AVR bolsters an existing Meyer Sound inventory that already includes more than 100 cabinets, including MICA® and M’elodie® line array loudspeakers, UPQ-1P and 1100-LFC loudspeakers, UPJ-1P and UPJunior™ VariO™ loudspeakers, and 500-HP, 600-HP, and 700-HP subwoofers.

With locations in Veldhoven and Amstelveen, Bazelmans AVR provides a full range of event production technology rentals throughout the Netherlands. The company’s expertise and client base encompasses corporate events, civic celebrations and festivals, and concert and festival systems for musical performances that range from classical to electronic dance music.

The purchase was facilitated by Audio Electronics Mattijsen, Meyer Sound’s distributor for the Netherlands.

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With Meyer Sound LEO, TobyMac FOH Happily Focuses on the Mix

TobyMac’s “Hits Deep” tour is playing to audiences in arenas across 32 American cities, using a Meyer Sound LEO™ linear large-scale sound reinforcement system. Supplied by White House, Tenn.-based Blackhawk Audio, the LEO system is proving to be the perfect vehicle for TobyMac’s blend of contemporary Christian music influenced by rap, hip-hop, hard rock, and reggae.

Ryan Lampa, TobyMac’s FOH engineer for the past nine years, first experienced LEO during TobyMac’s performance at a benefit concert last year.

“As soon as the quick sound check started, I was amazed,” Lampa recalls. “I could hear everything very accurately—I first thought that would be very unforgiving, because nothing would be hidden. But mixing during the show, I quickly appreciated LEO’s clarity and headroom. I knew I wanted LEO for the coming tour.”

The current “Hits Deep” tour features twin arrays of 10-each LEO-M line array loudspeakers over four MICA® line array loudspeakers for down fill. Twenty M’elodie® line array loudspeakers provide house outfill, and low-end punch comes from 12 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements.

“With LEO, I’m finding myself in a comfortable spot where I can trust the PA and not have to manipulate it,” says Lampa. “I can concentrate on working the console without having to compensate for what the PA might do to the mix.

“The 1100-LFC is warm, full, and accurate,” adds Lampa. “It has so much headroom that I can actually find a spot I like, then turn it down a bit.”

System drive and alignment are provided by a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system comprising one Galileo 616 and two Galileo Callisto 616 array processors.

“I’ve become a huge fan of Galileo lately,” says Lampa. “It’s accurate and flexible, and parametric EQ doesn’t exhibit the degree of phase shift I sometimes hear in other processors.”

Stage foldback for the tour includes four flown JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers and four 700-HP subwoofers for side fill, one 700-HP subwoofer for the drums, and two MJF-212A stage monitors. Blackhawk Audio has also provided Avid VENUE Profile consoles for FOH and monitor mixing and a Shure UHF-R wireless system with Beta 87A capsules. Shure hard-wired and PSM 1000 wireless in-ear monitoring systems are part of TobyMac’s own production kit.

The 2014 leg of the “Hits Deep” tour kicks off on February 13 in Sioux Falls, S.D. Supporting acts are Matthew West, Mandisa, Brandon Heath, Matt Maher, and Capital Kings.

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Wired for the Digital Media Age—LSU Installs Meyer Sound Constellation & Cinema System

To prepare its students for the explosive growth of digital media, Louisiana State University (LSU) has installed a Meyer Sound cinema system and a Constellation® acoustic system in its new Louisiana Digital Media Center (DMC). With these latest tools, the DMC gives users of the room utmost flexibility for everything from film showings and interactive digital media presentations, to experimental music concerts and intimate meetings. DMC’s AV systems were designed and specified by Bill Schuermann, senior consultant of Houston-based HFP Acoustical Consultants.

The tech-laden 200-seat auditorium at DMC is the world’s first venue to offer a full SMPTE-standard, 7.1-surround Meyer Sound cinema system along with a Constellation system. The combination of the two, coupled with 4K digital projection by Christie, provides a vehicle to enhance Louisiana’s digital media industry and promote collaboration among its users, who include students, researchers, and corporate partners.

“With the Meyer Sound systems, we can present any works developed here at LSU, or coming to us via the worldwide CineGrid high-speed network, without being limited by what we can do with audio,” states Dr. Stephen Beck, director of LSU’s School of Music and faculty member of the Center for Computation and Technology (CCT). “Also, we have a significant investment in sound diffusion research, where we create different acoustic environments. We wanted a space where we didn’t have to set up a custom configuration for every concert.”

DMC is the university’s second room with a Constellation system; the first system was installed in the 1,100-seat Union Theater in 2011. At the press of a button, Constellation can transform a room from a concert space to a screening room. The system in DMC also includes the voice lift feature, which allows the auditorium to double as an intimate meeting space in which both presenters and audience members can be heard easily, with no need for microphones or raised voices.

“We just had our first all-hands meeting of the CCT in the auditorium,” reports Dr. Beck. “Finally, we have a space where we can have free-flowing conversations and share any kind of media presentation with the whole group, with no technical limitations.”

Using the patented VRAS™ algorithm, a D-Mitri® digital audio platform is at the heart of the Constellation system. The system also includes 24 microphones, as well as 12 Stella-8C and 26 Stella-4C installation loudspeakers, 16 UP-4XP 48 V loudspeakers, and eight MM-10XP 48 V subwoofers. Ten UPJ-1P VariO™ loudspeakers and eight HMS-10 cinema surround loudspeakers are used for both Constellation and the Meyer Sound cinema system, providing surround sound for the latter.

“With both Meyer Sound systems, we’re able to create audio for the digital arts formats and concepts of the future,” says Dr. Beck. “We are giving our students access to the most advanced technologies, so when they graduate they can move them into the commercial mainstream. We have the technology to do it right now, and we’ll let everyone else catch up to us.”

Identical to what is found in many high-end cinemas and Hollywood screening rooms, the room’s Meyer Sound cinema system comprises one Acheron® 100 and two Acheron 80 screen channel loudspeakers, as well as six X-800C cinema subwoofers. As both Constellation and the cinema system are connected to the D-Mitri platform, the two systems can be fully integrated to create custom immersive audio effects.

In addition to the auditorium systems, 106 more Meyer Sound loudspeakers are installed in other locations throughout the DMC, including Stella-8C loudspeakers, UPJ-1P loudspeakers, and HD-1 studio monitors.

The three-story, $29.3 million DMC was designed by Coleman Partners Architects of Baton Rouge, with acoustical design by Aston Taylor of HFP Acoustical. Arthur Cooper, executive director of the Louisiana Emerging Technology Center, guided the DMC project on behalf of LSU. The auditorium’s Meyer Sound systems were installed by Miami-based Pro Sound and Video.

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Irish Village Pub in Dubai Extends Outdoor Terrace with Meyer Sound 48 V Loudspeakers

The focal point of The Irish Village pub in Dubai is its recently expanded, 3,500-capacity scenic outdoor terrace. To improve the sound quality for daytime ambience music and live entertainment in the evenings and weekends, the pub has installed a Meyer Sound system based around UPJunior-XP 48 V VariO™ loudspeakers.

Impressed by the power and clarity of the Meyer Sound systems they had previously encountered, Dave Cattanach, The Irish Village’s general manager, and Jason Smith, manager, had long wanted Meyer Sound loudspeakers in their venue. When it came time for an upgrade to optimize the newly extended terrace area, they enlisted Abu Dhabi-based Systech Middle East to specify, install, and commission the new system.

“The UPJunior-XPs were our first choice because they set a new standard for power and clarity in systems suitable for outdoor applications,” says Malek Ghorayeb, general manager of Systech Middle East. “They are also very reliable—vital for a venue that makes heavy use of its PA.”

Designed to cover the large terrace, the outdoor system includes eight UPJunior-XP loudspeakers, two UPA-1P loudspeakers, and two 500-HP subwoofers. System drive and alignment is provided by a Galileo® loudspeaker management system with a Galileo 616 processor.

“Since the installation of the Meyer speakers, the response from customers has been very positive,” says Cattanach. “The balance and clarity of the sound has noticeably improved. Plus, the musicians love it.”

Drew Jones, a regular performer at The Irish Village both as a soloist and a member of the four-piece band The Maplejacks, says: “With the Meyer speakers, the venue has an even volume wherever you sit, along with added clarity and warmth. It really feels like people can actually appreciate what I’m playing now.”

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CAD Audio Expands Acousti-Shield Line With New AS22 & AS16

AS22 Inside View

Solon, OH––CAD Audio has added the new AS22 and AS16 to its growing line of Acousti-shield stand mounted acoustic enclosures.

The Acousti-shield 22 is a foldable stand mounted acoustic enclosure that provides added portability to the Acousti-shield line. Constructed of 16 gauge perforated stainless steel shield mated to 53mm high-density micro cell acoustic foam, it enables a mobile dry recording environment to be created for custom vocal and miking situations at home and on the road.

AS22 Outside View

The AS22 reduces unwanted reflections and echo flutter while attenuating unwanted environmental acoustic interference. Its flexible design and supplied mounting hardware allows exceptional mic positioning flexibility and portability.

The AS16 Acousti-shield offers similar results for instrument recordings or on stage isolation. It combines durable construction and high-density micro cell acoustic foam to facilitate an isolated recording environment.

A special design enables the AS16 to be used with a range of microphones from pencil condensers to most popular dynamic instrument mics for easy placement in studios or on stage.

Like their popular predecessor, the Acousti-shield AS32, the new AS22 and AS16 are essential tools and vital accessories or musician in home and project recording and live performance situations.

MSRP for AS16: $99, AS22: $129

For more information about CAD Audio, call 800.762.9266 or visit www.cadaudio.com.

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