Sennheiser made its first ever appearance at the BSC (British Society of Cinematographers) expo at the beginning of February to highlight products aimed at the single shooter and professional audio for video markets. These included the new XSWireless Digital series, the SK 6212 mini transmitter and the AMBEO 360-degrees virtual reality (VR) microphone.
This week, we showcase two very different feature articles. The first is focused on the audio production of the legendary BBC series, Doctor Who. The second article provides expert guidance on monitoring IP OTT networks.
Wisycom has introduced the MRK980 Ultra-Wideband True Diversity Receiver
Shure has introduced the ADX1M Axient transmitter, a micro-sized bodypack that delivers excellent RF performance and is equipped with ShowLink remote control for real-time parameter adjustments and interference avoidance.
The BBC science fiction series Doctor Who is no stranger to controversy and general media attention. From its beginnings in the 1960s through to the 1980s, it has been called too scary - apparently causing people to watch from behind the sofa - or too silly. More recently it has been accused of being overly politically correct, particularly with the casting of a woman in the title role. All of which sometimes overshadows the technical merits of the show, which in the most recent series included a more filmic look and the use of multiple radio microphones for the expanded main cast.
Sennheiser has introduced the XS Wireless Digital mic system, a plug and play entry-level wireless series operating in the 2.4 GHz spectrum for license-free worldwide use.
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