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Toshiba: TDP-EW25U 

PRO AV Editors

Toshiba's digital products division introduces the TDP-EW25U, a BrilliantColor widescreen projector with wireless networking capabilities and ?extreme short projection? technology. The technology allows the projector to produce a 60-inch image of 2,600 ANSI lumens from 2.4 feet away, making it appropriate for education, corporate, or consumer applications....

Studer: Vista 5 SR desk 

PRO AV Editors

The Vista 5 SR desk, a portable version of the Vista 5 console, has launched Studer into the touring sound market....

Riedel Communications: Performer digital intercoms 

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Riedel Communications has expanded its Performer digital series of partyline intercoms with two- and four-channel master stations; rack-mount, wall-mount, and desktop speaker stations; call-light indicators; and two-channel beltpack headset stations....

Avlex Corp.: Superlux R102 aluminum ribbon microphone 

PRO AV Editors

Avlex Corp.'s new Superlux R102 aluminum ribbon microphone consists of two parts: the electro-magnetic transducer and the impedance converting circuit. The result is an extended frequency response (20Hz ?15kHz) with high sensitivity, low distortion, and reduced self noise....

Soundcraft: EtherSound interface card 

PRO AV Editors

Soundcraft, in cooperation with Digigram, has developed an EtherSound interface card for its Vi4 and Vi6 digital live sound consoles....

Extron Electronics: HPA 502 and HPA 1001-70V width power amplifiers 

PRO AV Editors

Extron Electronics introduces the HPA 502 and HPA 1001-70V half-rack width power amplifiers. Both 100-watt amps are Energy Star qualified and feature patented Class D Ripple Suppression (CDRS) technology, which reduces EMI emissions and wireless interference....

L-Acoustics: SB28 subwoofer enclosure 

PRO AV Editors

L-Acoustics' new SB28 subwoofer enclosure offers more powerful low-frequency impact and better bass articulation for tours, installations, and corporate productions, according to the company. The SB28 includes two front-loaded, 18-inch direct radiating transducers integrated into a bass-reflex-tuned enclosure that can operate down to 25 Hz....

Canton: Chrono loudspeakers 

PRO AV Editors

Canton's new Chrono series of loudspeakers is based on its high-end Ergo line but is available at a lower price. Two floor-standing speakers (Chrono 509 DC, shown, and Chrono 507 DC), one compact two-way, a 2.5 way center channel, and a 150-watt subwoofer are included in the series....

Bowers & Wilkins: CCM818 in-ceiling loudspeaker 

PRO AV Editors

The CCM818 in-ceiling loudspeaker from Bowers & Wilkins combines an 8-inch version of the company's woven-Kevlar cone bass/midrange driver with an offset 25 mm aluminum dome tweeter from its Nautilus series. The Blue Kevlar aims to eliminate reflections from projectors and other light sources....

AKG: MicroMic 

PRO AV Editors

The MicroMic series from AKG includes five models of miniature microphones that provide a combination of top sound quality, flexibility, and reliability, according to the company. The C555 is a head-worn microphone specified for presenters or back-up vocalists....

A-Designs Audio: HAMMER 

PRO AV Editors

A-Designs Audio introduces the HAMMER, a vacuum tube-equipped HM2EQ dual mono-channel, three-band, analog equalizer. A filtering system eliminates unwanted noise as it passes even harmonics through its 12AT Philip

beyerdynamic: DT 60 PRO in-ear headphones 

PRO AV Editors

beyerdynamic's new DT 60 PRO in-ear headphones are designed for use with in-ear monitoring systems. Direct coupling of the headphones' transducers help provide users with deep bass, balanced mids, and defined highs....

Avlex Corp.: MX8-1RM mic/line mixer 

PRO AV Editors

The new MX8-1RM mic/line mixer from Avlex Corp. supports eight mic/line channels and was designed for small spaces such as boardrooms, small theaters, and churches; however, it can also be used as a submixer with a larger system....

Marshall Electronics: V67Q stereo microphone 

PRO AV Editors

MXL Microphones, a division of Marshall Electronics, introduces the V67Q stereo microphone. Designed for live performances, the microphone can capture room sound or be used as an overhead performance mic....

Studer: Vista 5 SR desk 

PRO AV Editors

The Vista 5 SR desk, a portable version of the Vista 5 console, has launched Studer into the touring sound market....

Riedel Communications: Performer digital intercoms 

PRO AV Editors

Riedel Communications has expanded its Performer digital series of partyline intercoms with two- and four-channel master stations; rack-mount, wall-mount, and desktop speaker stations; call-light indicators; and two-channel beltpack headset stations....

Avlex Corp.: Superlux R102 aluminum ribbon microphone 

PRO AV Editors

Avlex Corp.'s new Superlux R102 aluminum ribbon microphone consists of two parts: the electro-magnetic transducer and the impedance converting circuit. The result is an extended frequency response (20Hz ?15kHz) with high sensitivity, low distortion, and reduced self noise....

Soundcraft: EtherSound interface card 

PRO AV Editors

Soundcraft, in cooperation with Digigram, has developed an EtherSound interface card for its Vi4 and Vi6 digital live sound consoles....

Extron Electronics: HPA 502 and HPA 1001-70V width power amplifiers 

PRO AV Editors

Extron Electronics introduces the HPA 502 and HPA 1001-70V half-rack width power amplifiers. Both 100-watt amps are Energy Star qualified and feature patented Class D Ripple Suppression (CDRS) technology, which reduces EMI emissions and wireless interference....

L-Acoustics: SB28 subwoofer enclosure 

PRO AV Editors

L-Acoustics' new SB28 subwoofer enclosure offers more powerful low-frequency impact and better bass articulation for tours, installations, and corporate productions, according to the company. The SB28 includes two front-loaded, 18-inch direct radiating transducers integrated into a bass-reflex-tuned enclosure that can operate down to 25 Hz....

Peer Review-Clear One Chat 50 

Steve Cunningham

Price: $149 MSRP...

Look Inside: Behind the Screen 

Kimberly R. Griffin

Watching high-definition programming from the comfort of a hotel room is easy for guests, but the technology that delivers that content is quite complicated. Hollywood was reluctant to allow its high-definition content to roam the wires and airwaves without security, so LG Electronics devised a worry-free way for Hollywood to release its movies and programming to hotels....

Power Sequencing 

PRO AV Editors

Power sequencing is needed when various types of electronic equipment must be powered up or down in groups, rather than all simultaneously. In AV systems, sequenced powering is often necessary to allow turn-on transients from low-level amplifiers and processors to settle down before any power amps are turned on, because simultaneous powering would result in a loud, annoying, and potentially destructive pop reaching the speakers....

Peer Review-TV One C2-1250 

Brad Weston

Price: $1,795 MSRP...

Beware Vaporware 

Mark Mayfield

Despite the impression you might get from industry trade shows and some publications, let's be honest; wireless signal transmission for AV applications is really not yet ready for prime time. Sure, you can send low-fidelity audio over short distances and avoid having to deal with running and hiding loudspeaker cable. And wireless projection can change slides for a PowerPoint presentation. But sending high definition video or full-fidelity digital audio is not yet mainstream technology, as evidenced by the few manufacturers listed in the month's ?Spec to Spec?....

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