What's New: AV Technology

The Primera Bravo SE disc publisher automates the burning and printing process by using a robotic mechanism to transport discs into the built-in 4/01/2007 8:00 AM Eastern

What's New: AV Technology

Apr 1, 2007 12:00 PM, By Laura Dixon, Jessaca Gutierrez, and Charissa Young


The Primera Bravo SE disc publisher automates the burning and printing process by using a robotic mechanism to transport discs into the built-in Pioneer DVR-111 DVD±R/CD-R recorder. After recording, each CD or DVD is individually inkjet printed directly to the disc in full color at up to 4800dpi resolution. Up to 20 discs per job can be produced automatically and hands-free. The Bravo SE attaches to any PC running Windows 2000/XP through its high-speed USB 2.0 interface and comes equipped with PTPublisher SE duplication software.
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The Aurora Multimedia WACI Pad-6 is an LCD-per-button panel providing an intuitive format for ease of use. Currently available in a six-button format, the new product fits comfortably in a standard single-gang metal electrical box. With 64MB of RAM, each button can support hundreds of unique instances. The WACI Pad-6 can be used as a standalone controller providing one IR port and one serial port, as well as an Ethernet port. It can also be used to control Aurora's WACI NX line of controllers.
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Each enclosure in Middle Atlantic Products' new line of configured AV enclosures comes preconfigured with Middle Atlantic Products' most commonly requested thermal, cable, and power management solutions. The line can be ordered using a single SKU, providing AV integrators with an easier way to order fully integrated enclosures and take advantage of significant cost, freight, and labor savings. Integrators can choose between two enclosures: MRK gangable enclosures or ERK standalone enclosures. Each preconfigured enclosure features a solid front and configurable rear door, 100 10-32 threaded rack screws, and leveling feet.
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The SPLnet system from Studio Technologies provides a unique and powerful set of tools to measure, calculate, display, and respond to sound levels. The system is ideally suited for entertainment- and commercial-related measurement and level-compliance applications, and it can be used singly in a nightclub or performance space or deployed in multiple locations in a concert arena or sports stadium. Built-in LED indicator lights directly convey level-status information. Alternately, an integrated Java applet allows operators to view realtime level data. In a sports stadium application, multiple applets can run on a single PC, providing operators a realtime view of the sound system's level at multiple points.
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Kramer Electronics' new Drawing Library makes Data Exchange Format (DXF) files for CAD and other industry drawing programs available for download from the Kramer Electronics and Sierra Video websites. Each drawing is provided in a standardized CAD format and depicts detailed product information, including model number and description; indications of directional and bidirectional lines of communication; and input, output, and control connector types and wiring schemes. The files include every model in both the Kramer and Sierra Video product lines.
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Neutrik's new DLX series of chassis connectors builds upon its popular DL XLR line. An ideal match with the Neutrik EMC XLR cable connector, the DLX series features compact all-metal housing for excellent RF protection and electromagnetic shielding. The advanced DLX line also offers a male connector designed with a metal retention bar for improved pull-out force. The series is available in three-, four-, five-, six-, and seven-pole configurations with gold- or silver-plated solder contacts and nickel- or black-metal housing.
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