Players grunting, managers barking out directions and referees making controversial calls are all part of the live viewing telecast of a Bundesliga match. Viewers now have the ability to hear these and other captivating sounds of a match more clearly than ever before, thanks to a new automated mixing system developed by the product engineers at Lawo. It’s an automated closeball-mixing concept that replaces a human mixer with special software that provides more consistent results and better accuracy in capturing the audio action.
HARMAN Professional Solutions has opened the HARMAN Experience Center in Los Angeles, a demo center that will allow customers across multiple vertical markets to test out third-party products against HARMAN’s solutions in a variety of end-to-end workflows.
Wisycom recently debuted its new MPR52-ENG Dual Diversity Receiver, designed for professional ENG applications.
In response to the FCC’s 2016 incentive auction, Audio-Technica is showcasing its new 6000 Series High Density Wireless System, a spectrum-efficient solution that allows users to pack 31 channels in 4 MHz of bandwidth.
Live TV is a like a magic act. It works best when the audience can’t see what’s really happening.
Lectrosonics has introduced two new wireless mic transmitters in its SM Series — the SMWB (single AA battery) and SMDWB (dual AA battery) — which offer the ability to act as both a transmitter or as a body-worn recorder.
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