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Shure MXWS4G15/C Microflex Review 

Reviewer: John McJunkin | Posted by Jessaca Gutierrez

Shure Microflex Wireless is similar to a very popular and successful system introduced by another manufacturer in the past decade. Considering that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and Shure’s quality and reliability are very solid, I expected that the system would deliver excellent results. I was not disappointed....

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....

Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: Revolabs Executive HD MaxSecure Wireless Microphone System 

Wireless microphone system with extensive security via 256-bit AES-256 encryption with automatic encryption key updates every 60 seconds. ...

Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: ClearOne Beamforming Microphone Array  

Next-generation acoustic echo cancellation (AEC) technology; 24 microphone elements form multiple steerable beams with 360-degree coverage. ...

Sony DWZ-B70HL/DWZ-M70 Digital Wireless Systems Review 

Reviewer: John McJunkin

Sony recognized that it would be a good idea to develop a simpler, rookie-friendly digital wireless system with a lower price tag and the DWZ line was born....

AKG DMM6 Digital Mixer Review 

Reviewer: John McJunkin

AKG introduced its DMM 4/2/2 digital automixer in 2009, followed by the DMM 4/2/4 in 2010, and most recently, the DMM6. As you might imagine, the DMM6 offers six inputs, and each can introduce mic or line level signals to the mix....

Conferencing Microphone Systems 

By Mike McIntyre, CTS-D, EST-L2+

Conferencing solutions are making huge strides in providing a multitude of features for all types of applications. ...

Shure SCM820 Automixer Review 

Reviewer: John McJunkin

I was charmed to see that the front panel of the latest revision is clearly recognizable as a descendent of the original SCM800—but behind the panel lurks a vastly more powerful suite of tools that go far beyond blending eight inputs into a single output signal. ...

beyerdynamic TG 1000 Wireless Mic 

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

Boundary Mics & Auto Mic Mixers 

By Mike McIntyre, CTS-D, EST-L2+

In this showcase, we will explore interesting solutions to common problems facing AV integrators and live audio professionals. ...

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