Bringing new life to the classic C 747 microphone, AKG has redesigned the â€śpencil microphoneâ€? to better cope with specific installed sound issues, AKG announced. The updated C 747 V11 brings a new form of premium microphone quality to conference applications and maintains its predecessorâ€™s reputation as one of the most versatile microphones in the AKG product range. more
Archive of the Microphones Category
At InfoComm, AKG announced the release of the DMM 4/2/2 automatic microphone mixer. The DMM 4/2/2 is a processor controlled digital automatic mixing algorithm with four balanced universal (microphone/line) inputs and two stereo AUX inputs providing a unique and very intelligent mixing algorithm with noise sensitive threshold. more
AKG showcases the redesigned C 3000 condenser microphone, suitable for every recording or live application. The cost-effective and aesthetically pleasing C 3000 microphone from AKG has been proven as a trusty and reliable workhorse for more that 15 years. The new C 3000 maintains the popular characteristics of the C 3000, however a new sleek and classy finish showcases AKGâ€™s new Corporate Design. It is a great selection for both recording and live sound applications, where maximum sound quality and robustness are a must, and the competitive price makes the C 3000 a must-have. more
ORLANDO, Florida – Based acoustically on the classic AKG Blue Line Series, the newest addition to AKGâ€™s product line-up, the Architectural Microphone Series (AMS) is representing itself to be the latest must-have in microphones. With a new wave of customizable possibilities in microphones, the AMS guarantees that conference rooms will never be the same again. more
OLD LYME, CONNECTICUT – JUNE 2009: Three-time Grammy Award-winner Seal is currently on a world tour to promote his sixth album “Soul,” which features such soul classics as “A Change is Gonna Come,” “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World,” “Stand by Me” and “People Get Ready” and is, for many, the high point of an already exceptional career. Having recently wrapped up the U.S. leg of his worldwide “Soul” Tour, Seal next heads to Australia for some promotional events before a busy summer of European dates and a return to Australia with his three-piece band and a stage full of Sennheiser and Neumann mics, a NET 1 system and Sennheiser personal monitor systems. more
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 2009: As the manufacturer of the high-end vocal microphones that have been integral to the voiceover industry since its inception, Neumann is pleased to announce its endorsement of Joan Baker.
In an amazing career that now spans two decades, Joan Baker has been “the voice” for hundreds of programs, promos, and commercials in TV, film, and radio. Her clients include ABC News, American Express, and ESPN, among countless others of equally high profile. more
OLD LYME, CONNECTICUT – JUNE 2009: Sennheiser is introducing the MZD 8000 digital module for the popular MKH 8000 Series at InfoComm 2009. Now, the MKH 8000 series can be digitalized directly at the microphone head, ensuring a natural sound without any loss of quality.
“A warm, natural, yet fantastically clear and powerful, sound is what makes the MKH 8000 series really stand out,” explains Dawn Birr, Sennheiser’s product manager for professional products. “The new digital module ensures that this sound is maintained in full quality along the entire signal chain, in contrast to conventional digitalization, which uses a separate analogue/digital converter at some stage along the chain. The MZD 8000 digital module eliminates cable losses and, most importantly, features a converter and surrounding circuitry that have been optimally matched to the microphone.” more
Today at InfoComm09 Booth #6321, Revolabs announced that three premier providers of conferencing technology products for education and business collaboration have certified Revolabs as a partner in their value-added solution programs.
Revolabs has become a member in the Hitachi Certified Solution Program and the Crestron Certified Integrated Partner Program. The Revolabs Classroomâ„˘ Voice Amplification System has been tested and certified to work with the Hitachi Home Electronics (America), Inc., Business Group line of professional-grade, 3LCD projectors that address a variety of applications, including education, houses of worship, boardrooms, small office/home office, government and performance spaces. Revolabs becomes the first audio component to be certified with the Hitachi projectors. more
Revolabs, www.revolabs.com, the leading provider of wireless audio products for enhancing collaboration, today announced at InfoComm09 Booth #6321, the Single and Dual Channel versions of its state of the art HD-series of wireless microphones.
The most significant feature of the Executive HD line which has been carried over into the Dual and Single Channel versions is the high definition audio, 50 Hz to 20kHz, which allows the systems to pick up the entire human voice spectrum. The Revolabs HDâ„˘ Single and Dual Wireless Microphone Systems utilize the same Revolabs Designed for Speech (DFS20â„˘) technology, but in a much smaller form factor than the Executive HD Systems. The system also provides some audio processing EQ and mixing capability, eliminating the need for external DSP audio processing equipment in many cases. The new Single and Dual HD Systems use the same Revolabs HD Microphones which include Revolabs RF Armorâ„˘ technology as a standard feature and as a result, are impervious to GSM noise from cell phones, PDAs, etc. All of these features make the Single and Dual Channel HD Wireless Microphone Solutions ideal for video- conferencing, amplified voice and recording applications. more
As a touring band, Of a Revolution (or O.A.R. as it is more commonly known) is still a campus favorite. Formed in 1996 by frontman Marc Roberge and drummer Chris Culos, the band took root within college life in its early years, penning hit songs based on the collective experiences of its members at Ohio State University, and growing on the strength of online distribution and word-of-mouth alone. more