Supplier: Premier Lighting & Production Company
Description: Features Include: Synchronized Hopping os FHSS Radio and DMX High Speed Broadcast Data Rate with Optimized Data Format Adjustable Output Power Adjustable Hopping Patterns, Including Full Bandwidth Hopping and Limited Bandwidth Hopping Limited Burst DMX Output
Audio Microphones - Omnidirectional Dynamic Handheld Microphone, Champagne Finish and with 14.5 cm Handle -- SM63Supplier: Visual Sound, Inc.
Description: to strong hum fields, such as those produced by studio lighting. The three models differ only in length and color. The SM63 is designed for handheld use on stage and in broadcast, recording, and television studios. The SM63L and SM63LB are ideal for remote interviews, sports broadcasts, and other
- Directivity: Omnidirectional
Supplier: HAVE, Inc.
Description: immune to strong hum fields, such as those produced by studio lighting. The three models differ only in length and color. The SM63 is designed for handheld use on stage and in broadcast, recording, and television studios. The SM63L and SM63LB are ideal for remote interviews, sports broadcasts
Audio Microphones - Shure SM63LB - Omni-Directional Handheld Dynamic ENG Microphone with Extended Handle (Black Finish)Supplier: Tapeworks Texas, Inc.
Description: of stand and wind noise. A built-in humbucking coil makes the microphones virtually immune to strong hum fields, such as those produced by studio lighting. High output, low impedance 80 to 20,000 Hz frequency response tailored for optimum speech intelligibility Low-frequency roll off and built-in
- Frequency Response: 80 to 20000 Hz
- Impedance: 150 to 298 ohms
- Actual Diameter / Size: 31.75 mm
- Application: Other
Supplier: Acoustical Solutions, Inc.
Description: Custom engineered and innovatively designed, our Modular Recording Booths for broadcast and recording provide audio and video professionals with the high-level acoustical sound isolating environments that they require.These are recording booths with isolated floors, silenced ventilation
- Product Description: Acoustic Room
- Width: 107 inch
- Height: 93 inch
- Mounting: Free Standing
Supplier: BRD Noise & Vibration Control, Inc.
Description: and rehearsal rooms Concert halls and performing arts centers Audio/video recording and broadcast studios Churches and worship spaces Airports, hotels, casinos and other public assembly areas Residential home theatre systems Arenas and auditoriums Multi-purpose rooms Meeting, conference
Supplier: Tapeworks Texas, Inc.
Description: battery connected to either VMount channel, automatically switching to charge the second battery after the first is fully charged. Integrated 60W DC power supply provides 60W XLR output for the camera, lighting and ancillary broadcast devices. VL-2PLUS compatible batteries: All ENDURA V-Mount Li-ion
- Charger Type / Applications: Other
- Input Voltage: 100 to 240 volts
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