Shure and Handi Systems sign agreement

Shure, Evanston, IL and Handi Systems, Morrisville, PA, have entered into an agreement in which Handi Systems will create a software program allowing
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Shure and Handi Systems sign agreement

May 1, 2000 12:00 PM, Cindy Holst

Shure, Evanston, IL and Handi Systems, Morrisville, PA, have entered intoan agreement in which Handi Systems will create a software program allowingremote control of Shure's DFR211EQ digital EQ/feedback reducer using a Palmorganizer. The HANDIQ.DFR11 software extends the reach of sound control,equalization feedback reduction and sound effects to handheld devices usingthe Palm Computing platform.

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