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.
Audio-Technica has launched Alteros, a new company dedicated to the research, development and sales of technology focused on high-end wireless for broadcast, live audio and theater applications in the ever-shrinking frequency spectrum.
Sennheiser and Neumann will jointly show their new audio products at IBC 2016, including an AMBEO virtual-reality microphone, a special microphone for action cameras and the new 27 series broadcast headsets.
Switchcraft has introduced the 318BT Bluetooth AudioStix, a small, in-line professional-quality wireless audio receiver that utilizes 4.0 Bluetooth technology to stream audio from any Bluetooth-enabled device.
The French Open is one of the four Grand Slam championships on the tennis circuit and the last to be played on clay before the top players switch to grass for Wimbledon. The annual tournament at Roland Garros in Paris is a major televised sports event and relies heavily on
IK Multimedia’s iKlip A/V gives professional audio to broadcast-quality videos for mobile phones and compact video cameras due to its integrated XLR mic preamp, wireless receiver support, steady hand grip and secure device and camera holder.
Shotgun microphones have long been the staples of live recording. In the 1970s and 80s, virtually all professional shotguns used for location sound were “true” condensers costing over $1,000. Now, a new breed of electret condenser shotguns have appeared. Many wonder, what are the differences and how much does it matter?
In an era where professionals are constantly challenged to do more and more with fewer resources, location audio mixing and recording can be especially problematic. High on the wish list would be the easy integration of multiple channels of wireless connectivity, mixing, recording and power management in a lightweight and
Shure has introduced VHF versions of the ULX-D and QLX-D digital wireless microphone systems. These made their first appearance at last month’s 2016 NAB Show in Las Vegas, along with a preview of the latest release of the Wireless Workbench System control software. Among other announcements from Shure are that