Zaxcom has introduced ZFR400, its smallest and lightest professional audio recorder to date.
Smartphones are now an integral part of a broadcast journalist’s kit, both for making calls and conducting interviews. DPA introduces the d:vice MMA-A digital audio interface, which enables the use of professional microphones with iOS devices.
K-Tek has announced the Boom Box, a microphone boom stand that doubles as an apple box.
At the 2017 NAB Show, Point Source Audio (PSA) introduced a redundant dual element lavalier microphone in a single, self-contained housing.
Riedel Communications is making a big splash at the 2017 NAB Show with its new DECT-based wireless intercom but the company kept back three other debut products for the start of the exhibition. Alongside Bolero the comms specialist introduced a MultiViewer virtual app for the MediorNet integrated networking system and two additions to the SmartPanel range of interfaces.
Marshall has announced the AR-DM61-BT Multi-Channel Digital Audio Monitor , an audio/video quality control system designed for TV stations, broadcast trucks, transfer stations and house of worship facilities.
Sound Devices has launched the MixPre Series of audio recorders with integrated USB audio interface for field audio recording.
The 2017 NAB Show will see an unfamiliar name join the ranks of microphone manufacturers at the Las Vegas exhibition. Japanese specialist developer Uetax’s waterproof microphones on display through FOR-A are aimed at reporting and claimed to be able to withstand heavy rain and other adverse weather.
Clear-Com is introducing two new additions to its range of V-Series lever key panels at the 2017 NAB Show. The 32-key intercom panel and 16-key expansion unit, like units in the range already on the market, include native IP connectivity, international font displays, digital signal processing (DSP) for equalisation and graphics and a ‘Listen Again’ option.