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Evolution Series Tilting Mixer Case – From Rock Hard Road Cases

Rock Hard Road Cases Evolution Series Tilting Mixer Case

Frank Hammel
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Rock Hard Road Cases’ Evolution Series Tilting Mixer Case is designed to work as a stand for the audio mixing console that it protects in transit. It complies with ATA specifications and also promises to reduce your need for space, time and a chiropractor. There are models available for the Avid SC 48, Avid Profile Surface, Allen & Heath iLive T112, Yamaha CL3 and CL5, Yamaha M7-CL 32 and 48 Channel Mixer and Case.

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NL2FX speakON Connector

Neutrik NL2FX speakON Connector

Trevor Roberts
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Neutrik USA says its new NL2FX speakON Connector replaces the outgoing NL2FC connector. The new unit offers enhanced connectivity drawn from the company's STX series (latch and strain relief), higher power handling and the ability to accommodate a wider range of amplification sources. The new NL2FX can also handle larger gauge wire, supporting screw termination of 12 AWG wire (versus 14 AWG for NL2FC).

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Sigma S115

dB Technologies Sigma Series Active Speaker Line

Trevor Roberts
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EDISON, NJ -- The new Sigma Series of loudspeakers from dB Technologies represents the latest technology in the summation of sound with a system approach. Musicians and DJs who provide their own backline are looking for high performance, reliable, high SPL, portable systems that set up quickly and can be easily tweaked without a lot of fuss. The Sigma Series provides just that.

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Yamaha CL V1.61 Shure ULXD4Q

Yamaha CL V1.61 Firmware Upgrade Now Available

Trevor Roberts
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NEW YORK, NY — Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. has announced the availability of CL V1.61 firmware upgrade. As of Summer 2013, with Yamaha CL V1.61, it is now possible to perform discovery and patching operations for Shure ULX-D digital wireless system receivers such as the ULXD4D and ULXD4Q directly from Yamaha CL Series Digital Consoles via the Dante network. Add a comment

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