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Aviom A360 Personal Monitor System Review 
Reviewer: John McJunkin
Aviom has raised the bar with its latest offering—the A360 personal mixer, introduced at Winter NAMM 2013....

Cables and Connectors 
By Mike McIntyre, CTS-D, EST-L2+
From our old established friends such as XLR and 3.5mm stereo cables to a maturing HDMI and DisplayPort world, we all depend on these components to get the full functionality out of the devices to which they are connected. In this showcase, we will take a look at some of the best of those aforementioned components along with bulk cabling and connectors....

Genelec G Two Loudspeakers 

The G Two (4in. woofer and 3/4in. tweeter) features round edges, not sharp corners, which can cause acoustic reflections....

Extron MPS 602 Media Presentation Switcher 

The MPS 602 is a six-input media presentation switcher for digital and analog sources....

Line Arrays 
With Mark Johnson
The line array concept has been around since the late 1950s, though for more than 35 years, the systems were column arrays, primarily for vocal reproduction in installed systems. ...

NewTek TriCaster Production Switchers 

NewTek unveiled the next generation of its industry-standard, professional TriCaster multi-camera production systems, introducing three new models—TriCaster 860, TriCaster 460, and TriCaster 410....

beyerdynamic TG 1000 Wireless Mic 

beyerdynamic has introduced the TG 1000 digital wireless system with a switching bandwidth of 319MHz....

Mackie SRM Loudspeakers 

There are two high-output, full-range models, the 12in. SRM550 and 15in. SRM650, and the SRM1850 18in. powered subwoofer....

Christie Mirage 4K Projector 

Christie’s Mirage 4K is based on Christie’s TruLife electronics and features 25,000 lumens and can handle 1.2 Gigapixels per second....

Electro-Voice ZLX-15P Review 
Reviewer: John McJunkin
At Winter NAMM 2013 in Anaheim, Calif., the Electro-Voice (E-V) display was popular and crowded. After passing by several times, I stopped in to find out what the hubbub was all about. EV was holding a contest to see who could most quickly set up and configure their new ZLX speakers and get them prepared for use. ...

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