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Mackie SRM550/SRM1850 Review 
Reviewer: John McJunkin
The company now offers the SRM550, SRM650, and SRM1850—12in. and 15in. full-range speakers and an 18in. subwoofer, respectively. ...

Genelec 8010 Active Monitor 

Featuring a balanced XLR input, 3in. bass driver, 3/4in. tweeter, and Class D power amplifiers, the 8010 also includes Intelligent Signal Sensing circuitry....

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As “serious video projectors,” these units are installed in large venues such as auditoriums, large multipurpose rooms, theaters, HOWs, and other venues where a big, bright video image is required. ...

BenQ MX600 Projector  

BenQ has introduced the MX600 mobile-friendly projector....

PreSonus StudioLive AI-series Active Integration Loudspeakers 

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Extron SoundField SF 26X Ceiling Speakers 

Extron has announced the SoundField SF 26X, a two-way ceiling speaker featuring an open back and coaxial dual driver design for use in non-plenum airspace environments....

Denon Professional DN-700R Network Audio Recorder 

Denon Professional has released the DN-700R network SD/USB audio recorder....

Aviom A360 Personal Monitor System Review 
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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....

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