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  • Neumann KM Series Used in Avant-Garde Performance

    FOH Staff | News | May 14, 2007
    SAN FRANCISCO, CA — The Neumann KM 100 and KM 180 series of small diaphragm, condenser microphones were used in a recent concert of contemporary classical music performed by the avant-garde Italian pianist Marino Formenti to capacity audiences in the Koret Auditorium of the DeYoung Museum of San Francisco. Read More...
  • Danley Sound Labs Adds SH-DFA Down-Fill to SH Line

    FOH Staff | News | May 11, 2007

    GAINESVILLE, GA — Danley Sound Labs has introduced a new down-fill loudspeaker to the SH Series. The SH-DFA is an asymmetrical full-range horn designed to integrate with the SH-50 loudspeaker series and fits the exact footprint of the SH-50.  It is nine inches high, with a coverage pattern of 50 x 100 x 50. 

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  • Jagermeister Mobile Stage Showcases Peavey Versarray Sound System At Ozzfest 2007

    FOH Staff | News | May 9, 2007
    MERIDIAN, MS — Jägermeister has chosen a Peavey Versarray line array sound system and 207,000 watts of Crest Audio power for its mobile stage at Ozzfest 2007. Housed in a 44-foot trailer that opens into a fully self-contained stage measuring 34 feet wide, 16 feet deep and 20 feet high, the Jägermeister Mobile Stage is led by 24 flown Versarray 112 enclosures and 12 Versarray 218 subwoofers. It will be the official second stage at Ozzfest 2007, and will feature The Showdown, Ankla and Daath. Read More...
  • Grateful Dead Auction Brings in $1.1 Million

    FOH Staff | News | May 9, 2007SAN FRANCISCO — The May 8 auction of Grateful Dead memorabilia, including pioneering audio gear collected by Lawrence “Ram Rod” Shurtliff, the band’s longtime road manager, brought in more than $1.1 million for the estate. Read More...
  • QSC Wideline-8 Line Array Loudspeaker

    FOH Staff | News | May 3, 2007
    COSTA MESA, CA — The QSC Wideline-8 is a compact, high output line array speaker system. It measures less than 20 inches (508 mm) wide and nine inches (229 mm) high. Each tri-amplified WideLine-8 element uses a pair of neodymium magnet, eight-inch low-frequency drivers. Read More...
  • InfoComm, NXTcomm Events to Co-Locate in 2008

    FOH Staff | News | May 2, 2007LAS VEGAS — Executives from InfoComm International and NXTcomm plan to co-locate their tradeshows and conferences, InfoComm and NXTcomm, in 2008 with the intention of co-locating future events. The events will be held in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Read More...
  • EV ZXA5 Powered Speaker

    FOH Staff | News | May 1, 2007
    BURNSVILLE, MN — The Electro-Voice ZXA5 powered two-way loudspeaker includes a 500-watt DVX3150 15-inch transducer. Handling the HF is the ND2, a two-inch voice coil compression driver based on a neodymium motor structure. The ND2’s phasing plug and titanium diaphragm are meant to provide better HF performance, while the integral heatsink provides cooling for high power output. Read More...
  • L-ACOUSTICS dV-DOSC Rings at Conference Center

    FOH Staff | News | May 1, 2007
    SALT LAKE CITY, UT — Salt Lake City’s LDS Conference Center has taken a recent installation of an L-ACOUSTICS dV-DOSC loudspeaker system. First opened in the spring of 2000, the 1.4 million-square-foot Conference Center is home to the semi-annual LDS General Conference, which packs in a full house and is broadcast worldwide out to 12 million people. Each Sunday the Center hosts a performance by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir — a weekly rite now in its 77th year. Read More...
  • Artist, Meyer Add Magic to Madison

    FOH Staff | News | April 27, 2007
    NEW YORK — San Francisco-based sound artist Bill Fontana has completed a sound sculpture entitled Panoramic Echoes in New York City’s Madison Square Park. The sonic art project uses four Meyer Sound SB-1 parabolic long-throw sound beams to project sounds into the park from distant buildings in multiple directions. Read More...
  • Harman to Be Sold

    FOH Staff | News | April 26, 2007WASHINGTON, DC — Harman International Industries, Inc. (NYSE:HAR), parent company to the Harman Professional Group whose brands include JBL, Lexicon, BSS, AKG, dbx, Soundcraft and Crown, announced April 26 that it has entered into an agreement to be acquired by affiliates of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. L.P. (KKR) and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners (GSCP) in a transaction valued at approximately $8 billion. The transaction was unanimously approved by the Harman board of directors. Read More...
  • Welcome to the New FOHOnline!

    FOH Staff | News | April 25, 2007LAS VEGAS — Front of House magazine has launched the totally redesigned FOH Web site! This dynamic new design allows easy access to the latest news in audio world and the exclusive stories from our current issues to keep you abreast of our ever-mobile industry! Read More...
  • Heydekampf Leaves Bosch/Telex

    FOH Staff | News | April 25, 2007LAS VEGAS — Telex Pro Audio Group President Matthias von Heydekampf has resigned from Telex’s new parent company, Bosch. In a coversation with FOH on Friday, April 20 Heydekampf cited personal reasons for leaving, and said he was still very pleased with the direction Bosch was taking Telex, now Bosch Communications Systems.
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