Digital 6000, the latest member of Sennheiser’s professional wireless microphone range, is shipping now. Building on features of the Digital 9000 series, Digital 6000 delivers impeccable RF wireless and audio performance. The system fulfils the business need for a flexible two-channel wireless solution that allows the use of existing accessories and infrastructures.
Any Super Bowl TV audio production is a big undertaking. After all, it comprises three distinct parts: the game itself, with sound effects from the field and the crowd as well as commentary; the presentation for the entire broadcast, including the pre-game; and the musical and staging extravaganza that is
Often called “walk-and-talk” recording, videographers are often confronted with recording the audio of subjects in their workplace or during an interview with two or more people walking in full motion. Here’s how to insure excellent audio.
Gavin Kelly, a well-known “ghost hunter,” seeks to prove the existence of the paranormal by recoding strange sounds with his TASCAM DR-series field recorder for Amazon Prime’s new television series “Paranormal Journey: Into the Unknown.” Kelly, who serves as the host and lead investigator for the series and partner
The video on smartphones has gotten so good, many broadcasters are using them on the air for news coverage. Now Samson has upped the audio performance with Go Mic Mobile, a new wireless microphone designed for smartphones.
Shure will be introducing VHF options for its QLX-D digital wireless microphone system during the early part of this year. This move follows the introduction towards the end of 2016 of VHF band capability for the ULX-D digital radio mic.
For as long as most of us can remember, alkaline batteries have been the battery of choice in wireless microphones. Good practice was to start each production with a fresh set of batteries to prevent wireless failure. However, the price and environmental costs grew too high and now lithium-ion batteries
Reality cookery show My Kitchen Rules finally hits the US on 12 January, with five celebrity couples showing off their culinary skills to each other and two professional chef judges. Because the action takes place in the contestants’ homes, the production teams had to build facilities on site and use wireless
Audio is often a step-child when it comes to both video production and live broadcasts. Even so, there are new solutions that improve both the audio quality and ease of installation. First solution is to install an IP for audio system to maximize both quality and flexibility. Second, consider the
The difference between using a wired and wireless microphone for a specific job is no longer about sound quality. It’s about a group of other factors, many of which users should consider before making the choice.
DPA Microphones showcased its new GSM4000 Gooseneck Shock Mount Accessory and MMP-G Modular Active Cable for MicroDot at the AES 2016 Show. Both accessories are brand new components for the d:dicate Microphone Series and give users the ability to create a completely wireless microphone setup while maintaining pristine audio quality.