TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Articles on Prolight + Sound product releases from AMS Neve, L-Acoustics and Genelec have performed particularly well.
There was always going to be a big Prolight + Sound presence in our Top Ten summary this week, but articles on new product releases from AMS Neve, L-Acoustics and Genelec have performed particularly well.
Topping the list this time, however, is a story on the new MK 4 digital and HandMic digital microphones from Sennheiser that are currently being exhibited on Stand D11 in Hall 4.1.
Here's the rest of our weekly round-up...
The manufacturer is previewing the MK 4 digital and the HandMic digital, both with Apogee A/D conversion, on its stand in Frankfurt.
A Vi3000 digital console was recently installed in the 900-capacity Grade 1-listed venue as part of a three phase improvement plan.
Active Faders software for the Genesys consoles and a digital I/O option for the 1073DPX also unveiled.
The new 5.1 software update is said to offer 'significantly enhanced capabilities' for the company's S6L live sound mixing system.
Allen & Heath is showing the new ultra-compact intelligent QU-SB mixer/interface for the first time this week.
Company is showing off the KS28 reference subwoofer (pictured) – exclusively driven by the new LA12X – at the show.
Peter Heath, formerly of Roland, will take on the role of MD from Monday 11 April.
Finnish firm has added two monitors, two subwoofers and a multichannel interface to its series of Smart Active Monitoring systems.
Latest edition includes a feature on the unpredictable world of audio for VR and a Profile on LSBU's new multi-million pound media complex.
ATM350a offers an increased SPL handling and is available with a range of instrument mounting accessories.