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FIFTH ANNUAL SHURE FANTASTIC SCHOLASTIC RECORDING COMPETITION

img_7707.JPGNEW ENGLAND SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS WINS FIFTH ANNUAL SHURE FANTASTIC SCHOLASTIC RECORDING COMPETITION

NILES, IL, June 16, 2009 — Shure Incorporated announced today that a five-member team from the New England School of Communications is this year’s Grand Prize Winner of the fifth annual “Fantastic Scholastic Recording Competition.? The five-student team of Levi Gray, Jacob Lansky, Tyrus Michaud, Cameron Smith, and Joshua Strange, with faculty advisor Dave MacLaughlin, won this year’s Shure contest with an original composition by Samuel Chase and Yuri Nikolis Trusty entitled “Never Ending Story.? more

IT’S A SHURE STAGE AT 40TH GMA DOVE AWARDS

Third DayThe Show Goes On With 350 Microphones, 16 Wireless Channels

NASHVILLE, TN, June 18, 2009 — Broadcast live from the Grand Ole Opry on Gospel Music Television, the 40th Annual GMA Dove Awards relied on audio input provided almost entirely by Shure. A total of 350 microphones were allotted to the task, 16 of which operated on Shure UHF-R® wireless channels. Among these 16 channels, 12 worked with either KSM9 or Beta 58A® handheld transmitters used for performances by Shure endorsers, including Chris Tomlin, Third Day, Natalie Grant, and MercyMe. Grant – who appeared before the crowd with a KSM9 – also took home Female Vocalist of the Year honors, joining other Shure endorsers Casting Crowns (Group of the Year), her husband, Bernie Herms (Producer of the Year), and Third Day (Best Pop/Contemporary Album) as the evening’s big winners. more

Wireless Conference Solutions: Infrared (IR) versus Radio Frequency (RF)

The fully digital infrared conferencing system can digitally process audio and data transmission.

For either permanent installations or for temporary use in various applications, IR (infrared) vs. RF (radio frequency) is usually a topic to question when deciding on the more appropriate technology. Whether we are talking about push to talk conference systems or simultaneous interpretation both IR and RF are used to transmit audio and data. In some cases it is simple to choose between the two because the client must have an IR system for security purposes. If there is not a preference from the client, generally people feel that RF is a much easier technology to use because it extremely simple to setup. While IR does take a bit more time to setup it offers benefits that may be time well spent. more

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Revolabs to Offer Manufacturer’s Training Course at InfoComm09

Revolabs to Offer Manufacturer’s Training Course at InfoComm09

First 50 Registered Course Participants Receive a Free Gift

MAYNARD, MA June 10, 2009 — Revolabs, the leading provider of wireless audio products for enhancing collaboration, announced today that they are furthering their commitment to customer training and education by sponsoring a manufacturer’s training course at InfoComm09 in Orlando, FL. more

THE INSTANT EXPERT/TRANSLATION STATION (ONE EXPERT TO SERVE MANY CUSTOMERS) ARRIVES AT INFOCOMM 2009!

Instant Expert/Translation StationFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT:
June 5, 2009 Kasie Dawkins, 206.973.2938
kasie@advancedmethod.com

THE INSTANT EXPERT/TRANSLATION STATION (ONE EXPERT TO SERVE MANY CUSTOMERS) ARRIVES AT INFOCOMM 2009!

SEATTLE, WA – Digital signage company .advancedMethod, in cooperation with Tandberg, is gearing up to demonstrate a very special interactive kiosk/video conference experience at this year’s InfoComm that will allow instant video contact with a subject expert or an interpreter at the touch of a button. The system offers a retailer, mass transit hub, or any other customer facing facility the ability to have an “instant expert? on hand at any time. It can be used anywhere a retailer or organization needs more of a presence without hiring additional employees. more

AMERICAN IDOL FINALIST WOWS HOMETOWN CROWD WITH NEW SENNHEISER 2000 RF SERIES

danny_gokey.JPGMILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – May 2009: “American Idol” Top 3 contestant Danny Gokey had the privilege of debuting the new Sennheiser 2000 Series handheld wireless vocal microphone on U.S. television during his homecoming concert in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It may be small consolation for Gokey, who did not make it to the finale, but on past evidence he has a successful recording career still ahead of him. more

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Michigan City Area Schools Selects Calypso Systems

calypso-systems-logo_2d28a9.jpgWOODBURY, MN, June 1, 2009 —Michigan City Area Schools in Indiana has selected Calypso Systems as key components of their total classroom technology solution for its fourteen school sites. Calypso products are already in full use in 41 Michigan City classrooms with another 40 to be converted by next fall. Their high-tech initiative has implementation in all 300 classrooms to be completed within three years. more

SABINE SHIPS 915 MHZ WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEMS

swm6000-wireless.jpgALACHUA, FLORIDA — Sabine is now shipping its new SWM6000 Smart Spectrum™ Wireless Microphone Systems, another in its series of wireless solutions that are immune to a whole host of problems associated with the recent dramatic shrinkage of available UHF frequencies. more

SENIORS SING-A-LONG WITH SENNHEISER

florence1.JPGSAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – MAY 2009: Every Friday afternoon at 2:00 pm, the residents at Willow Glen Convalescent Hospital in San Jose, California pack the lounge for “Florence and Friends Sing-Along.” It’s a mixed crowd, with some folks literally dancing in the aisles and other who might, at first glance, appear to be oblivious to the merriment swirling around them. But participants at both extremes, and everyone in-between, benefit from the simple joy of singing and remembering the songs of their youth. Technology has also helped, with high-quality Neumann and Sennheiser wired and wireless microphones encouraging participation from those who might have otherwise remained silent. more

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SENNHEISER e 935s A SMASH WITH TINTED WINDOWS

tinted_windows.JPGOLD LYME, CONNECTICUT – MAY 2009: Way back in 1997, a circus rolled through town, and a seer charged $4.00 for accurate predictions of the future. You felt ripped off when she told you that twelve years hence, members of four disparate bands, Cheap Trick, Hanson, Smashing Pumpkins, and Fountains of Wayne, would form a “super-group” to deliver unambiguous power-pop in a genre that was in danger of losing its way. It was preposterous. What would those bands ever have to do with each other? As you left the tent in a huff, she repeated the words, “Tinted Windows,” over and over again in a quivering voice, which you chalked up to the ravings of a madwoman. more

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