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Tech Talk: Comparing analogue and digital wireless systems

Audio-Technica’s Marketing Director and former long-serving EMEA Product Manager, Alex Lepges, weighs up the pros and cons of analogue and digital wireless systems… — There is somewhat of a misperception between physics and products in the market at the moment. While it’s always been more efficient to use analogue if …

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Read the May | June issue of AMI online now

The May | June edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Colby Ramsey gets a tour of the University for the Creative Arts’ new media recording facility and 7.1.2 dubbing suite. Game Audio features make a comeback as the Ubisoft Massive sound team …

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BBC Studioworks bolsters comms infrastructure with Riedel

BBC Studioworks has made a significant investment in new technology across its portfolio, upgrading the communications in Studios 8 and 9 of its Elstree hub with Riedel Artist and Riedel Bolero wireless talkback systems. Key improvements include: – 24 Bolero belt packs per studio with six duplex channels, which are …

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Review: Audio-Technica 3000 Series

Alistair McGhee gives us his verdict on the fourth generation of Audio Technica’s wireless microphone system… — Radio mic technology is more diverse than ever. You can have traditional wireless kit on traditional UHF frequencies, professional digital radio mics sharing WiFi frequencies or UHF frequencies, or some sort of hybrid …

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BVE 2018: Sennheiser reveals Digital 6000 upgrades

New features include a Command/Talkback function and secondary Dante port, along with a ‘Party Dial’ mode which allows users to quickly jump between pre-programmed frequencies with one button.

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What’s happening to 700MHz and how can you prepare?

Shure Pro Audio Group manager Tuomo Tolonen tells Audio Media International how users of wireless equipment can prepare ahead of the 700MHz clearance currently being rolled out across the United Kingdom.

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