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  • Diana Ross Says I Love You With Meyer Sound MILO

    FOH Staff | News | August 31, 2007

    BERKELEY, CA — Legendary vocalist Diana Ross, on tour in support of her latest release, I Love You, performed a limited series of U.S. dates before embarking on a European arena tour earlier this year. During the brief U.S. jaunt, Thunder Audio (Taylor, Mich.) supplied a Meyer Sound loudspeaker system for her performances at the Chicago Theatre and the Palace of Auburn Hills, located just outside of Ross’s hometown of Detroit.

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  • Crowley and Tripp Introduces New Ribbon Mic

    FOH Staff | News | August 30, 2007ASHLAND, MA — American ribbon microphone manufacturer Crowley and Tripp has announced that they will be introducing a new type of ribbon microphone at Audio Engineering Society (AES) that uses their proprietary Roswellite material as the ribbon element.

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  • Primerica Atlanta 2007 Convention Illuminated by LightViper

    FOH Staff | News | August 28, 2007

    ATLANTA, GA — FiberPlex, Inc., the audio fiber optic supplier to the sound production and systems contracting industry, has announced that their LightViper audio transport system was recently deployed for the live stage production of Primerica’s 2007 Convention in Atlanta.

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  • Electro-Voice REV Wireless System

    FOH Staff | News | August 28, 2007

    Electro-Voice has released its new REV professional wireless system, with an analog audio path developed with Digital Audio Labs. REV-Link PC software enables remote monitoring, control and programming over a CAN bus connection through an Electro-Voice UCC-1 converter or Electro-Voice Netmax N8000.

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  • Grace Cathedral Upgrades Audio Capability with APB Spectra Series

    FOH Staff | News | August 27, 2007

    SAN FRANCISCO — Actively involved in contemporary technology such as online program-ming, podcasts, MP3s and live Internet streaming of services and talk shows, Grace Cathedral recently undertook the first step in an audio upgrade, highlighted by the installation of a new Spectra-C 40 channel console from APB-DynaSonics.

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  • Cirque Du Soleil, MGM/Mirage Join ETCP Certification Council

    FOH Staff | News | August 27, 2007

    LAS VEGAS — Cirque du Soleil and their Las Vegas partner MGM/Mirage have accepted a seat on the Entertainment Technician Certification Program (ETCP) Council. 

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  • ZFX Flying Expands Rehearsal and Development Space

    FOH Staff | News | August 24, 2007

    LOUISVILLE, KY — ZFX has renovated a 2,400 square feet building of its development facility and world headquarters in Louisville to house the machine shop, leaving over 3,000 square feet of work space for automation specialists. 

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  • Plymouth Jazz Festival Supported by JBL VerTec Line Arrays

    FOH Staff | News | August 23, 2007
    NORTHRIDGE, CA — Rent-A-Amp, sound reinforcement company, recently provided the live audio system for the Plymouth Jazz Festival, held on the Caribbean island of Tobago, supported by JBL Professional VerTec line arrays. Read More...
  • Virgin Festival Turns to Martin Longbow Arrays for South Stage

    FOH Staff | News | August 23, 2007

    Baltimore, MD––MHA Audio of Hagerstown, Maryland, provided audio coverage and sonic quality at the Second U.S. Virgin Festival’s South Stage and Dance Tent via left and right hangs of Martin Audio’s W8L Longbow line array speakers with flown W8LS subs.

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  • OREGON JAMBOREE Jams Out with Electro-Voice XLC and XLD

    FOH Staff | News | August 23, 2007

    PORTLAND, OREGON — Horne Audio, Inc. used a combination of compact Electro-Voice line arrays to keep sound focused and sight lines open at the recent Oregon Jamboree country music festival.

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  • Peavey SP FH Folded-Horn Subwoofer

    FOH Staff | News | August 22, 2007

    Meridian, MS — The SP FH folded-horn subwoofer from Peavey is engineered with a 3200-watt peak power output, and is designed for low frequency sound reinforcement applications. 

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  • Neutrik Donates Connectors to New England Institute of Art

    FOH Staff | News | August 22, 2007

    LAKEWOOD, NJ — Neutrik, designer and manufacturer of the XX series XLR cable connector, recently provided an assortment of its products to the audio department of the New England Institute of Art (NEIA). The products will be used to create a cables and connectors reference board for the school’s electronics and maintenance lab, which is used by over 500 students in both the associates and bachelors programs. 

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