Loudspeakers Artech The Monolite line offers a solution for flat-screen TV technologies. The on-wall or in-wall
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Artech Electronics

The Monolite line offers a solution for flat-screen TV technologies. The on-wall or in-wall loudspeakers are available in a variety of colors for side panels and grilles.
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Digital Interface Product

Henry Engineering

The DigiMatch 2×6 solves two common problems encountered when connecting digital-audio devices: incompatibility between professional AES/EBU and consumer S/PDIF digital circuits and splitting a digital signal so it can feed multiple devices. The DigiMatch 2×6 has two digital inputs and six digital outputs. It is a format converter that converts between AES/EBU and S/PDIF signals, and it is a digital distribution amplifier that provides six digital outputs to drive digital gear. For example, the DigiMatch 2×6 can take the digital output of a mixing console, convert is as needed, and simultaneously feed it to computer sound cards, DAT recorders, and CD recorders.
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Infinity Systems

The PS-8 (8-inch woofer, 100W), PS-10 (10-inch woofer, 250W), and PS-12 (12-inch woofer, 300W) incorporate Metal Matrix Diaphragm (MMD) driver technology, built-in amplifiers, and additional refinements to deliver clear, articulate, and dynamic bass in home theater and music systems. The PS Series subwoofers are for adding the heightened sonic realism and impact of extended low-frequency response to a home entertainment system and are a match to the Primus Series and Alpha Series home theater and stereo loudspeakers. Derived from the patented Ceramic Metal Matrix Diaphragm technology, MMD drivers offer improved performance compared with those made of conventional cone materials. MMD driver cones are manufactured by anodizing both sides of an aluminum core to a controlled thickness, producing low-mass, highly rigid driver diaphragms that operate with reduced distortion and cone breakup, along with transient response, resolution, and smoothness throughout their frequency range.
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Wireless Mic Systems


The 3000 Series UHF true-diversity wireless microphone system is a 200-channel frequency-agile system designed for a range of applications, including live performance, regional touring and rental companies, fixed installation, public address, and places of worship. Operating in the 600 MHz frequency band (655 to 680 MHz, TV channels 44 through 49) with 200 selectable frequencies and true-diversity UHF wireless technology, all components in the 3000 Series have soft-touch controls for quick, easy access to the most important functions during setup and operation. In addition, the 3000 Series features Digital Tone Lock squelch as well as an LCD in each unit that provides visual indications of settings and operation status. The 3000 Series comprises two system options: the ATW-3110 UHF UniPak transmitter system, consisting of the ATW-R310 true-diversity receiver and the ATW-T310 UniPak body-pack transmitter; and the ATW-3141 UHF handheld dynamic microphone system, which also includes the ATW-R310 receiver and the ATW-T341 handheld microphone/transmitter.
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The Cronus digital matrix intercom is a 32-port system occupying two rackspaces. The Cronus is based upon an advanced digital signal-processing architecture, and its standard configuration offers the ability to link as many as four units into a single 128-port matrix over distances of hundreds of meters. In addition, the Cronus uses LAN and USB connectivity for programming. USB ports for programming are available on both front and rear panels, and front-panel shaft encoders and displays permit extensive control without the need for a PC in many applications.
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The MZP Series of matrix mixers is a dedicated total audio management solution for multizone facilities of any size, such as museums, themed environments, retail/office, restaurants, and bars. The system is composed of four components: a central VCA matrix mixer, modular remote controls, a paging station microphone, and intuitive setup and design software. A true matrix mixer, the MZP mixes mic or line levels at each crosspoint rather than switching them on and off, thus providing smooth automatic program ducking and ramping during pages. The MZP also facilitates as many as 128 by 128 sources and outputs.
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Upgrades to the SymNet Audio Matrix system include SymNet Designer v. 3.5 application software and the Control I/O hardware. Improvements to the designer software include basic time alignment to compensate for digital signal-processing latency within the SymNet hardware, a volume ramp-up after downloading for loudspeaker protection, and increased interactivity between Adaptive Remote Control (ARC) units connected to a SymNet system. Graphic EQ processing modules in mono and stereo and automatic verification of firmware version in the SymNet hardware units when bringing the system online with a Windows PC are also included in the software upgrade. Version 3.5 supports the Control I/O. Intended to be connected to a SymNet ring through RS-485, the unit offers you expanded external control options through the eight analog control inputs, eight open collector outputs with +5V pull-up resistors, four control relays, an RS-485 port, four ARC ports, and a 15-pin joystick MIDI port. The Control I/O gives system designers the ability to generate external commands for a SymNet system through ARCs, generic programmable MIDI controllers, potentiometers, incremental encoders, rotary switches, and more.
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TOA Electronics

The NX-100 network audio adapter is a hardware codec that converts analog audio signals to TCP/IP-based Ethernet format for transport and routing over existing local and wide area networks, including the Internet. Applications include paging, background music, or messaging audio for airports, convention centers, railway stations, and transmit systems. The NX-100 can transport variable bandwidth bidirectional audio, up to 14 kHz, as well as serial RS-232 and contact closure data. Each half-rack-size unit includes a balanced mic/line input and output and a 10/100Base-T Ethernet jack for connection to standard network hardware.
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Anthem/Sonic Frontiers International

The AVM 20 v. 2 surround-sound processor creates a listening experience for music and home theater. The AVM 20 v. 2 is eight high-end components in one. It functions as a preamp, a digital-to-analog and analog-digital converter, a surround-sound processor, an HDTV video switcher, an entertainment control center, an FM/AM tuner, and a headphone preamplifier. Designed as a whole-house entertainment control center, the AVM 20 v. 2 allows your system to operate in four separate areas of your home, simultaneously.
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Xilica Audio Design

The DLP4080 digital crossover is a 4-in 8-out loudspeaker management system for live sound and installation applications. It features high-quality analog and digital signal implementations, thus providing low noise/distortion signal paths suitable for the most demanding situations. It employs a 32-bit floating-point DSP and high-end 24-bit A/D/A converters. DSP functions include crossover filters (Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley, or Bessel with slopes up to 48 dB/octaves), adjustable soft-knee limiters, multiband parametric EQs (8-band for inputs, 4-band for outputs), channel delays up to 0.5s, and level controls from — 40 dB to +15 dB in 0.25 dB/step.
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