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Joseph Electronics Hires Bo Reames as Sales Engineer in Southeastern U.S.

NILES, Ill. — Sept. 2, 2014 — Joseph Electronics (JE), the premier one-stop shop for the broadcast industry and provider of fiber termination and custom fiber solutions through Joseph Fiber Solutions (JFS), today announced that Bo Reames has joined the company as a sales engineer in the Southeast region of the United States. Reames will support customers throughout the region, including the Turner/CNN organization in Atlanta.

“Bo has both an engineering and a sales background, so he brings a combination of technical aptitude and client service skills that will benefit our company and our customers,” said Yohay Hahamy, president and CEO of Joseph Electronics. “As a design engineer, Bo understands well the broadcast systems and signal flows our customers deal with every day. He will apply that deep understanding in his relationships with clients to help them build the most effective, efficient operations possible.”

Reames has nearly 20 years’ experience in the broadcast and A/V industries and brings technical, creative, relationship-building, project management, and sales skills to his role at Joseph Electronics. Most recently he served as director of operations for Backporch Broadcast, which he expanded from strictly broadcast repair services to a complete video engineering firm, offering sales, design, integration, and service to clients in the broadcast, sports, education, house of worship, and corporate markets. During his tenure, Backporch Broadcast grew from a company with three employees and annual revenue of $400,000 to seven employees generating more than $2.5 million annually, with a client base that went from 400 to 4,200 accounts. Before that, he spent seven years at Crawford Communications, where he served as master control operator, liaison with Latin American pay-TV networks, and eventually supervisor of network operations for 24 cable television networks including Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel, Travel Channel, Fox, CMT, HGTV, and MGM. Reames holds a bachelor’s degree in mass communication from Auburn University, where he majored in radio, television, and film, with a concentration in art and design.

Reames is based in Jefferson, Georgia, and reports to John Cleary, senior vice president at Joseph Electronics.

Further information about Joseph Electronics and the company’s products and services is available at www.josephelectronics.com.

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About Joseph Electronics
Joseph Electronics (JE) is an authorized stocking distributor for more than 100 premier broadcast and pro A/V brands with stocking locations in both Illinois and California. Its full-service fiber division, Joseph Fiber Solutions (JFS), designs and supplies innovative custom fiber solutions — such as the Caddie Series, DFT Series, and 4K Studio Caddie — for broadcasters and system integrators alike. Equipped with a state-of-the-art fiber lab staffed with fully certified professionals, JFS can fabricate, terminate, or repair any connector, assembly, panel, breakout, or interface in use today. JE has served the broadcast industry for more than 65 years and has representatives in California, New York, Georgia, and London. More information about Joseph Electronics can be found at www.josephelectronics.com.

Product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.

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DPA Microphones – How Do You Wear Yours?

Company launches d:screet™ Necklace Microphone competition;
Top 100 inventive applications for the mic will win

ALLEROED, DENMARK, SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 – As part of an exciting competition beginning today, DPA Microphones is giving 100 lucky people the chance to win a d:screet™ Necklace Microphone, which was launched earlier this year. The competition, running on DPA’s Facebook page and Web site, asks contestants to come up with an ingenious idea for how and where to use the d:screet Necklace Microphone.

Five microphones will be awarded to the five most “liked” submissions on Facebook, while the remaining 95 will be given to the people who, in DPA’s opinion, come up with the best, most creative and most original ideas. An example of one of the ideas can be found at this YouTube video, created by DPA Microphones: http://bit.ly/1ll1KBQ.

By housing a legendary d:screet 4061 Omnidirectional Miniature Capsule in a soft rubber necklace, DPA has created a microphone that anyone can use. There is no need to worry about attaching it to clothing because the only fitting skill this microphone requires is the ability to do up a necklace catch. This unique plug-and-play microphone solution from DPA is ideally suited to situations where mounting and consistent audio output are the primary requirements.

“We are extremely excited about this product and want to share our enthusiasm with the rest of the world,” says DPA Microphones CEO Christian Poulsen. “These new microphones clearly meet a unique production need because they can be mounted and removed quickly several times by untrained talent without a sound expert nearby. We are well aware that they are perfect for reality show settings as they have already been used for the Danish adaptation of Big Brother. But, we think there are plenty of other situations where their simplicity, audio quality and size make them ideal. We hope that people entering our competition will use their imagination to come up with some really inventive ideas to surprise and amuse us.”

DPA’s competition also has a second phase for those who win one of the initial 100 d:screet Necklace Microphones. Once a winner receives their microphone, they can enter the second phase by putting their idea in motion, documenting it and posting a picture or video to the company’s Facebook page. Two grand prize winners will receive a collection of DPA Microphones of their choosing, up to a value of $1,300 USD (list price).

Entry to this competition is via the DPA Web site or Facebook page. All entries must be submitted by September 28, 2014. The 100 initial winners will be announced on October 1, 2014. Contestants can enter multiple ideas for an opportunity to win multiple Necklace Microphones, but only one microphone will be awarded per idea.

Entry to phase two of the competition will open after October 1, with the two ultimate winners announced on November 10, 2014. The first grand prize will go to the most liked picture or video on Facebook, while the second will go to the application idea that DPA perceives to be the best and most well documented.

To enter and for more information please follow these links:
Website: www.dpamicrophones.com/100freemics
Facebook: www.facebook.com/dpamicrophones

ABOUT DPA:
DPA Microphones is the leading Danish Professional Audio manufacturer of high-quality condenser microphone solutions for professional applications. DPA’s ultimate goal is to always provide its customers with the absolute finest possible microphone solutions for all its markets, which include live sound, installation, recording, theatre and broadcast. When it comes to the design process, DPA takes no shortcuts. Nor does the company compromise on its manufacturing process, which is done at the DPA factory in Denmark. As a result, DPA’s products are globally praised for their exceptional clarity and transparency, unparalleled specifications, supreme reliability and, above all, pure, uncolored and undistorted sound.

For more information on DPA Microphones, please visit www.dpamicrophones.com.

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Stewart Audio Launches Low-Power Networked Amplifier Series

Compact, affordable Dante™-enabled amplifiers bring audio networking benefits to installations requiring lower channel counts for local amplification

SONORA, California, September 4, 2014 — The benefits of digital audio networking continue to extend past the mixing board and signal processing racks, bringing simpler connectivity, lighter infrastructure and improved flexibility and control to the amplification stage and beyond. However, most networked amplifiers today specialize in high channel counts for large installations, with amplifiers centralized in densely populated racks to serve global PA systems.

Stewart Audio today introduces a family of four low-wattage, networked amplifiers that address the need for lower channel count support at the local amplification stage. The new series brings the benefits of power-efficient digital audio networking to an underserved customer base, where consultants, systems integrators, dealers and end users require simple, affordable networked amplifier solutions scaled for smaller zones. This provides an affordable and reliable option to the larger, high-wattage amplifiers for high channel counts that permeate the market.

Importantly, the compact footprint of all four products enables simple installation at endpoints, providing networked amplification to smaller zones – whether for standalone needs in small-to-mid-sized installations; or to provide low-power amplification to smaller, distant zones in larger scale projects. Dual inputs in two models (AV25-2 NET+, CVA50-1 NET+) allow customers to serve both local and global PA systems if desired, with the option to target and prioritize pages and other audio events across many zones. This flexibility ensures that Stewart Audio customers can address larger facility needs while filling the void of local amplification requirements.

“To date, the market has lacked an affordable way to position networked amplifiers at endpoints,” said Brian McCormick, chief marketing officer, Stewart Audio. “Our new family of compact amplifiers create a cost-efficient way to run CAT5 or CAT6 cable to local zones, allowing our customers to enjoy the benefits of digital audio networking beyond the central infrastructure. These products give our customers a simple and affordable way to address a broad range of low power, low channel count applications without the expense of larger networked amplifiers, or the complexity of architecting custom solutions with bridge devices and analog amplifiers.”

Stewart Audio incorporates the market-leading Dante™ media networking solution from Audinate into its product architecture to enable many operational benefits. The incorporation of Dante Ultimo technology in all four products specifically addresses the requirement of affordable networking solutions for lower channel counts and lower power consumption. Compatibility with other Dante-enabled products is also ensured for a seamless, high-performance networking architecture across installations of any size.

Installations are further simplified with the presence of Symetrix Composer 2.0 software. Composer 2.0 software natively integrates device discovery and signal routing all four new products through its unique Dante third-party programming environment. This further reduces complexity for the installer, accelerating deployment times and creating a cohesive end-to-end Dante networking solution with local amplification.

The complete range of new Stewart Audio networked amplification solutions include:
• AV25-2 NET+: A 2x25W, 4 or 8 ohm low impedance amplifier with two analog and two Dante inputs, and remote and local volume control. Automated port switching can override audio feeds depending on which Dante or analog feed is set to priority.
AV25-2 NET: A digital-only version of the AV25-2 NET+ with two Dante inputs.
• CVA50-1 NET+: A 50W, 70/100V mono amplifier with one analog and one Dante input, remote and local volume control, and automated priority port switching to insert local audio feeds over main programs.
CVA50-1 NET: A digital-only version of the CVA50-1 NET+ with a single Dante input.

All four compact solutions can be pole mounted or attached to a flat surface near loudspeakers, and are plenum-rated to reduce the installation costs associated with rack-mounted systems. However, the 1/3RU design enables simple integration into central equipment racks if desired.

ABOUT Stewart Audio
Since 1982, Stewart Audio’s singular focus has been making a difference in sound reinforcement. Our broad array of compact standard and network amplifiers span both analog and digital worlds. With a commitment to innovation and quality, we provide our customers with a unique combination of features from RS232 control to DSP in a compact package. Visit the company’s website at www.stewartaudio.com.
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Tributaries Showcase Series 6 Power Cable—The Critical Finishing Touch

Orlando, FL—Tributaries will showcase the new Series 6 Power Cable, the critical finishing touch for any system, in booth 1148 at the 2014 CEDIA Expo. Engineered exclusively for Tributaries by celebrated cable designer, Jay Victor, the Series 6 Power Cables, model 6P, will provide superior audio and video performance.

Tributaries Series 6 Power Cord

The Tributaries 6P cables are available in two versions; a 3-pole version, 6P-IEC for preamps and power amps and a 2-pole version, 6P-C7 for DVD players, CD players and set-top boxes.

Engineered with 14 gauge OFHC copper conductors, the Series 6 Power cables won’t starve power amplifiers of current. These cables are designed primarily for low frequency signals of 50/60Hz with conductor size and gauge combinations specific for this purpose. PVC dielectric materials were chosen to isolate vibration caused by alternating current from entering the signal path.

“For power cables, noise rejection is critical, and our Series 6 power cables rely on proprietary winding techniques and triple shielding to limit EMI egress and ingress thus ensuring the lowest noise floor for sensitive source components,” said Joe Perfito, President of Tributaries. “We strongly encourage dealers to include the Series 6 Power Cord as a regular add-on—hearing is believing, and we guarantee it provides an audible improvement.”

The Series 6 Power cables are available now in the following lengths: 3 foot (MSRP: $100), 6 foot (MSRP: $125) and 9 foot (MSRP: $150).

About Tributaries®
Established in 1991 in Orlando, Florida, Tributaries® is an acknowledged leader in the design, production, and distribution of high-quality audio and video interconnect cables, speaker wires, accessories, and electronics. The company prides itself on its customer service, and has won the CE industry magazine Inside Track Supplier Loyalty Awards a total of 13 times in the past 15 years.

For more information, please visit www.tributariescable.com.

Review of Meyer Sound System at Kansas Cinetopia: “I Could Make Out the Drops, Not Just a Swoosh”

For its first location outside of the Northwest, the Cinetopia theatre chain has built three massive GXL screens, each equipped with a Meyer Sound cinema system and Dolby Atmos. Named Overland Park 18, this eastern Kansas theatre complex boasts close to 200 Meyer Sound cinema loudspeakers.

“When we played our demo reel, we would hear a gleeful chuckle and hear comments like, ‘I’ve never heard anything like that before,’” says Rudyard Coltman, owner of Cinetopia. “We pride ourselves on the fact that we’ve been told this theatre is 10 to 15 years ahead of the industry in the technology and amenities it offers.”

The local media also noted the life-like detail of the Meyer Sound cinema loudspeakers. “When I heard the rain falling on screen, I could make out the drops, not just a swoosh,” writes Jeneé Osterheldt, lifestyle columnist for The Kansas City Star.

All three GXL rooms feature five Acheron® 100 and five Acheron LF screen channel loudspeakers as well as eight X-800C high-power cinema subwoofers and two 500-HP subwoofers for low-end reinforcement. In addition, the slightly larger Screen 1 utilizes 20 HMS-10 and 18 HMS-12 surround loudspeakers with IntelligentDC technology, while Screens 2 and 3 each deploy 42 HMS-10 and 6 HMS-12 loudspeakers. Each system relies on a Galileo® loudspeaker management system with one Galileo 616 processor for drive and optimization.

“Meyer Sound is a core component of our GXL concept,” states Coltman. “Other cinemas offer their brand for a premium, large-scale format, but GXL stands apart in all respects, including sound. It’s a no-compromise approach, and Meyer Sound is an integral part of it.”

In addition to the Meyer Sound implementation of Dolby Atmos, Cinetopia’s GXL rooms offer giant screens up to 75 feet wide and four stories high, 4K digital projection, and steeply raked coliseum seating with high-backed reclining seats.

Meyer Sound cinema systems are also installed at Cinetopia locations Progress Ridge 14 in Beaverton, Ore. and Washington state’s Vancouver Mall 23, which features Dolby Atmos. According to Coltman, Cinetopia will continue its national expansion, with its next luxury complex slated to open in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville. “Meyer Sound is ingrained in the GXL brand, so it’s part of what people identify as the unique experience found only in our theatres,” says Coltman.

Built for linear reproduction, Meyer Sound cinema systems are ideally suited for immersive formats like Dolby Atmos as the loudspeakers faithfully reproduce soundtracks with greater headroom, lower distortion, and superior uniformity. IntelligentDC™ technology is available in all Meyer Sound surround models to offer the advantages of self-powered, bi-amplified systems.

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Andreas Gabalier FOH Engineer: Meyer Sound LYON Has “Endless Power Under the Hood”

Austrian folk singer Andreas Gabalier toured Europe this summer with a Meyer Sound LYON™ linear sound reinforcement system, playing his blend of traditional Alpine folk and rock for audiences of 20,000 and more. The LYON system was part of a complete audio, video, and lighting package supplied by Crailsheim, Germany-based Media Resource Group (MRG).

“I am very happy with LYON, and am figuring out more and more positive properties from show to show,” says Wolfgang “Wope” Peschmann, longtime FOH engineer for Gabalier. “For a cabinet of such small size, it has endless power under the hood. I haven’t reached the end of the system.”

The touring system featured front arrays of 12 LYON-M main line array loudspeakers over two LYON-W wide-coverage line array loudspeakers each, with low end provided by dual end-fire arrays of nine-each 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements. Out hangs were eight MICA® line array loudspeakers per side, and six UPQ-1P loudspeakers supplied front fill. For the largest venues, a delay system comprising two arrays of eight-each LYON loudspeakers and one array of three 1100-LFC loudspeakers was added. Control and optimization was provided by a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system with one Galileo Callisto 616 AES and two Galileo Callisto 616 array processors and two Galileo 616 processors.

“No matter where you stood in the crowd, the sound quality and sound level were consistently excellent,” says Steffen Haug, managing partner of MRG. “The feedback from audiences and technicians tells us that we made the right move when we invested in LYON. LYON and its associated components represent the ultimate quality in today’s loudspeaker systems.”

Peschmann mixed FOH on an Avid VENUE Profile console. Production manager for MRG was Thomas Gerhardt, and Thomas Heinrich was audio systems tech.

Gabalier’s “Open Air 2014” tour played 12 large outdoor venues in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria, including a sold-out show for over 22,000 fans in Munich’s Königsplatz (King’s Square).

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Mohegan Sun Casino in New England Installs Its Second Meyer Sound M’elodie System

Building on the success of its first Meyer Sound M’elodie® line array loudspeaker system installed seven years ago, Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Conn. has implemented a second M’elodie system in its 300-seat Wolf Den showroom.

“We bought 16 M’elodies to use as main arrays in our Cabaret Theatre, and that experience made me a big fan of Meyer Sound,” says Mat Diamond, head of audio at Mohegan Sun. “So when it came time to upgrade the Wolf Den, choosing M’elodie again was an easy decision.”

To cover the 300-degree audience area, the new system features two main arrays of six M’elodie loudspeakers each, two side arrays of four each, and four for front fill. Four 700-HP subwoofers provide low end, with system drive and alignment provided by a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system. The system was supplied by HB Communications of North Haven, Conn.

The architecture of the Casino of the Earth, the building housing Wolf Den, has strict weight limitations. “The structure couldn’t really support much more weight for the speaker hangs,” says Diamond. “But when I looked at the numbers, I was pleased to find that the self-powered M’elodies actually weigh 20 pounds less per box than the conventional boxes we were replacing.

“I love the fact that M’elodie is plug-and-play, with power and processing on board. It’s a great-sounding box that you don’t have to mess with,” continues Diamond. “Versatility is one of the things I like about Meyer Sound systems, and that’s why I’m pushing for more of them here. The same rig really works for anything we do, from heavy metal to country to hip-hop and pop.”

Acts that have played in the Wolf Den since the audio renovation include heavy metal bands Queensrÿche and Slaughter, rock bands Eddie Money and Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, doo-wop group Little Anthony and the Imperials, and hip-hop group Salt-N-Pepa.

The upgrade also includes 12 UM-1P stage monitors in addition to a UPA-1P loudspeaker and a USW-1P subwoofer for drum monitors.  Yamaha CL5 digital mixing consoles are installed for FOH and monitor positions.

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With Meyer Sound, AIDA Cruises Ensures Accurate Translation from Rehearsals to Stage

With nearly 500 Meyer Sound loudspeakers already installed aboard its ships, AIDA Cruises of Rostock, Germany has recently added Meyer Sound UPA-1P loudspeaker systems in four performance rehearsal spaces in Hamburg. In addition to exceptional sound quality and reliability, the design team has named accurate sonic translation as a primary reason for the system choice.

“Since Meyer Sound’s goal with all products is neutrality, performers will hear the same sound on the shipboard stage as they hear in rehearsals,” says system designer Malte Polli-Holstein of Hamburg-based Three-in-One Entertainment & Consulting. “Also, all of AIDA’s ships have Meyer Sound systems in their theatres, so it only makes sense to build the rehearsal systems to offer the same high level of sound quality.”

The largest rehearsal room, AIDA 1, features four UPA-1P loudspeakers, two CQ-1 and four UPM-1P loudspeakers, two 600-HP subwoofers, and four UM-100P stage monitors. The AIDA 2 and 3 rooms each feature four UPA-1P loudspeakers, while the lofty, 10-meter high AIDA 4 space uses eight UPA-1P loudspeakers. All rooms have Galileo® loudspeaker management systems, with one Galileo 616 processor in AIDA 1 and one Galileo 408 processor in each of the other rooms. Hamburg-based Amptown System Company supplied and installed the systems.

Logistics and reliability also played a role in loudspeaker selection, according to Polli-Holstein. “The self-powered Meyer systems eliminated the need to place equipment racks in the rehearsal spaces, since there was no available equipment room,” he says. “The robustness and reliability of the systems was critical as well. The loudspeakers are running 10 hours per day, six days a week, and any downtime would disrupt the tight rehearsal schedules.”

Meyer Sound systems are used throughout AIDA Cruises’ new Sphinx class ships, most notably in the extravagant “Theatriums.” These theatre atriums feature main systems of M1D line array loudspeakers and 700-HP subwoofers, extended by MM-4 and UPM-1P loudspeakers and M1D-Sub subwoofers for fills and delays on the various deck levels. Theatres in the Cara class ships feature CQ-1 and UPM-1P loudspeakers along with 500-HP subwoofers. The AIDAcara ship uses the legacy UPA-1C conventionally powered loudspeakers installed in 1996.

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Digigram to Showcase OTT-Focused Enhancements to AQILIM *SERV/FIT Video-Over-IP Codec at IBC2014

Reduction in Cost per Output Stream Yields Direct Return on Investment for Broadcasters and Telcos With High-Density Encoding Requirements

MONTBONNOT, France — Sept. 2, 2014 — Digigram today announced that, at IBC2014, it will demonstrate the enhanced encoding capabilities of the company’s AQILIM *SERV/FIT IP video codec, including the ability to encode multiple streams at multiple resolutions simultaneously. With this single solution, users can quickly, easily, and cost-effectively publish content in multiple containers to multiple content delivery networks (CDNs) at once.

“Due to the high volume of content they process and distribute, large broadcasters and telecom operators require high-density encoding capabilities, and the AQILIM *SERV/FIT IP video codec meets this demand,” said Laurent Gros, video product manager at Digigram. “We’ve made a major upgrade that equips this AQILIM codec with a multiple-container output feature, in turn enabling users to output more streams in a greater variety of resolutions and streaming protocols. This capability not only improves operational efficiency, but also simplifies and streamlines delivery of content to consumers on virtually any type of screen.”

In addition to increasing encoding density and reducing the cost per output stream, the AQILIM *SERV/FIT streamlines provisioning of content to a variety of display devices — computers, smartphones, tablets, and connected TVs — via over-the-top services. To ensure reliable distribution of video to each of these target devices, Digigram has also incorporated Octoshape’s Infinite HD technology into the newly enhanced AQILIM IP video codec in addition to existing MPEG-TS, HLS, and RTMP streaming protocols.

Digigram’s close relationship with popular CDNs assures that the company’s products maintain compatibility with those distribution outlets. By choosing to work with the AQILIM codec, broadcasters and telcos can ensure ongoing compatibility with major CDNs, including Limelight, Level3, Akamai, Octoshape, Dailymotion, Arkena, Infomaniak, and Flumotion.

The AQILIM *SERV/FIT IP video codec will be on display at Digigram’s IBC2014 stand 8.C51, and will be available for shipping immediately following the exhibition.

More information about Digigram and the company’s products is available at www.digigram.com or by phone at +33 4 76 52 47 47.

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About Digigram
Positioned at the convergence of professional audio and video with IT, Digigram offers IP-based solutions that enable users worldwide to increase their competitiveness through change.

The company’s products enable the reliable capture, production, and delivery of high-quality audio and video over IP networks. Its innovative IP audio codecs, professional sound cards, and audio processing software are used by thousands of journalists, broadcasters, and audio engineers worldwide. Digigram’s all-IP video product line provides advanced contribution and distribution solutions to broadcast, IPTV, Web TV, and OTT operators. The company also delivers key audio/video technologies and OEM solutions to software vendors and manufacturers.

For more than 25 years, through constant innovation and the development of fruitful partnerships, Digigram has been influential in energizing the industry, raising standards, and pushing forward technological development.

Further information on Digigram and its product portfolio is available at www.digigram.com.

All trademarks appearing herein are the property of their respective owners.

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Extron Now Shipping Compact Four Input Scaler

Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Extron IN1604 HD, an HDCP-compliant four input scaler that features three HDMI inputs, a universal analog video input, and an HDMI output. It is ideal for installation beneath conference tables and in lecterns to provide localized switching support for sources such as presenter devices. The IN1604 HD provides the convenience of fast and reliable switching, along with a high performance scaling engine for HDMI and analog video sources. Also included are a host of audio processing features and many versatile options for control. The IN1604 HD joins the recently available IN1604 DTP, which features an Extron DTP twisted pair output. more

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