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LightViper Goes Long For Chivas Stadium, Guadalajara, Mexico

Chivas Stadium Outside

Outer view of the unique Chivas Stadium

Hi-Tech Audio provides LightViper Fiber-Optic System for Audio & Ethernet Transport at Chivas Stadium

Hi-Tech Audio, Mexico City has installed a LightViper fiber-optic system in Chivas Stadium, Guadalajara, Mexico. This HOK Sport designed stadium is a state of the art facility built in the JVC complex. It is a multi-use venue that is used mostly for football matches including home matches for Club Deportivo Guadalajara, commonly known as the “Chivas.” The stadium has a seating capacity of 49,850.The LightViper™ system installed is being used as a drive snake from the main control room console to groups of d&b audiotechnik D12 amplifiers in the roof of the stadium. Two LightViper™ VIM-1808’s are located in the control room. more

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LightViper™ On Tour With CCM Superband Third Day

Annapolis Junction, MD, January 2008 — FiberPlex, Inc., announced that their LightViper™ audio transport system was recently acquired by David Jacques for the immensely popular Atlanta-based Contemporary Christian Music group, Third Day. The 15-year old band‘s first usage for the advanced fiber optic audio transport system was on their recent Christmas 07 Tour that also featured another popular CCM group, Jars of Clay. Two standard Model 1832 “plug n‘ play” LightViper fiber optic audio “snake” systems provide a total of 64 channels of LightViper fiber optic audio transport (32 sends by 8 returns each). Performance mics terminate into racks of digital pre-amplifiers that are remotely controlled by two, 96-channel Yamaha digital FOH and monitor consoles equipped with LightViper plug-in VIM-MY-32 mini-YGDAI circuit cards (each mixing console receives a maximum of 64 sends from stage and 8 returns in the digital domain via a LightViper fiber optic link using a single TAC-4 fiber cable). An optically isolated digital recording split goes to a Tascam 48-channel digital HD recorder typically co-located in a rack with the Yamaha preamps at monitors. One other split provides an optically isolated digital split of all inputs that can be converted to analog for a broadcast mix when needed. more

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LightViper™ For Chattanooga‘s Precept Ministries International

Annapolis Junction, MD, January,7 2008 — FiberPlex, Inc., announced that their LightViper™ audio transport system was recently acquired by Precept Ministries of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The international Bible study aids organization installed the advanced fiber optic audio system from their main auditorium – which is used as a production studio – to their TV and radio production control rooms and various audio/video production suites located in a separate building on the 32-acre pastoral campus. The evangelical organization‘s daily Bible study TV program reaches 94 million worldwide households. The conduits that link the auditorium to the production building are approximately 800 feet long. A standard Model 1832 “plug n‘ play” LightViper fiber optic audio “snake” system with two splits was specified by Precept‘s 20-year veteran Audio Engineer, Tom Byrd. more

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Record Plant Remote “96 Cubed” Audio Production Suite Goes LightViper

Annapolis Junction, MD, October, 2007 — FiberPlex, Inc., announced that their LightViper™ audio transport system was recently installed in the new Record Plant Remote audio production vehicle. A total of 96 channels of fiber optic digital audio transport are available. The first location assignment for the Ringwood, NJ-based company‘s new “truck” was in mid-town Manhattan for the last broadcast of ABC Television‘s Good Morning America summer outdoor concerts in Bryant Park, NYC. Record Plant Remote production vehicles have handled the ABC morning show‘s May through August live music performances since 2001. In addition to the “plug n‘ play” LightViper fiber optic audio “snake” system, the production vehicle is equipped with two Yamaha DM2000 digital consoles with 48 channels each. Both consoles operate at 96kHz with all 96 inputs and there are also 96 channels of Tascam X-48 hard disk recording available. The new Record Plant Remote vehicle is the first of it‘s kind in that it is built as an audio production facility from within a luxurious 40-foot touring motor home, rather than the standard tractor/trailer type “big rig.” more

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LightViper™ Scores For Fox BCS Chamiopnship Bowl Game

Annapolis Junction, MD, January 10, 2008 — FiberPlex, Inc., has announced that their LightViper™ digital audio transport system was recently deployed for the live Fox Television TV broadcast at the recent BCS College Football Championship played January 7 in the New Orleans Superdome. In the Holiday Season‘s classic Championship game, LSU‘s Tigers triumphed over Ohio State‘s Buckeyes, 38-24, in the 10th Anniversary of the annually televised BCS championship game. The “plug n‘ play” LightViper fiber optic audio systems were deployed by CP Communications, Inc, an Elmsford, NY-based production communications equipment and services rental firm that provides video, audio and fiber communications systems to the broadcast, theatrical, live event, film, corporate and other entertainment industries. Kurt Heitmann, CP Communication‘s VP of Marketing, commented on his firm‘s use of the LightViper: “The system transported numerous RF as well as hard-wired mics to our sub-mix trailer parked underneath the Louisiana Superdome. The audio run from the game‘s sidelines to our mixing truck was about 1,500 feet, a pretty long run. From there, we sent a conventional AES audio feed a much shorter distance over copper to the Fox-TV production vehicles for all their on-air mixes. The LightViper was used to transport all the on-field audio for the pre, post as well as in-game music which featured the LSU and Ohio State marching bands. more

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FiberPlex Unveils “MY-Card” Fiber Optic Interface

FiberPlex, Inc., the leading professional audio fiber optic supplier to the sound production and systems contracting industry, has announced the introduction of their new LightViper™ VIM-MY32 mini-YGDAI interface components which are designed to allow owners of Yamaha digital audio production consoles to connect direct via fiber to the LightViper state-of-the-art fiber optic audio “snake” system. more

Fiberplex Announces LightViper YAMMON Remote Control Software

FiberPlex, Inc., the leading professional audio fiber optic supplier to the sound production and systems contracting industry, has announced the release of their new LightViper™ YamMon™ software program which is designed to allow users of non-Yamaha audio production consoles to be able to remotely control Yamaha‘s AD8HR digital microphone preamplifiers from a laptop computer. When used in conjunction with the LightViper 4832 system, the YamMon software provides a complete and ultimately flexible remote control solution for Yamaha AD8HR preamps. more

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