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  • Marriott Upgrades to New Speakers

    FOH Staff | News | November 28, 2006
    ORLANDO, FL -- Radian Audio Engineering, Inc, a manufacturer of speaker systems and audio components, has announced that 120 of its 8- and 12-inch ceiling speakers have been installed in the Grand Ballroom at the Marriott World Resort in Orlando, FL. Read More...
  • Band and Gear Are OK to Go

    FOH Staff | News | November 27, 2006
    CHICAGO IL -- Two low budget videos, one produced in a backyard for just ten dollars and the other choreographed with eight treadmills and performed in a single take, have brought Chicago-based band OK Go a lot of attention over the last year. Capitalizing on their newfound public recognition, the band is currently touring the U.S. with Sennheiser Evolution Series wired and RF microphones, as well as wireless personal monitor systems. Read More...
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  • It's Not All Gibberish at RF Seminar

    FOH Staff | News | November 24, 2006OLD LYME, CT -- Audio professionals are seldom at a loss for advice with RF systems, but most of that advice sounds vaguely like, "Set the offending channel to twice the value of your oldest living relative, rub two coins of different value below the receiver, tap the transmitter with a wooden pencil, and chant the name of the person who will use the wireless connection backwards five times." Cut through the hearsay at an RF seminar led by RF engineers Volker Schmitt and Joe Ciaudelli. Read More...
  • Performing Arts Center Gears Up

    FOH Staff | News | November 22, 2006
    NORTHRIDGE, CA -- Northeastern Production Systems has installed a complete sound, lighting and video system at the Marvin Sands-Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center in Canandaigua, NY. The sound reinforcement system features VERTEC line arrays and SRX712M stage monitors. Read More...
  • Illegal Eagles Take Flight

    FOH Staff | News | November 21, 2006
    LUTON, UK -- Concert Sound Limited, of Luton, England, has been providing PA for the Illegal Eagles' 10-week tour, and according to FOH engineer Tim Peeling, the new Vi6 has handled life in the fast lane. Read More...
  • Stone Pony Club Gets Sonic Upgrade

    FOH Staff | News | November 21, 2006ASBURY PARK, NJ -- Asbury Audio, headed by Jason Dermer, recently chose to provide the Stone Pony club with a 48-channel APB-DynaSonics Spectra-T mixing console in an upgrade to the existing sound reinforcement system. Read More...
  • Student Union Kits Out

    FOH Staff | News | November 20, 2006
    CORNWALL, UK -- Loughborough Student Union (LSU) has recently completed an extensive refurbishment, including an overhaul of its audio equipment, to provide a multi-function entertainment venue for its students. All of the audio mixing equipment selected for the six rooms was from Allen & Heath. Read More...
  • New Cable Hits Market

    FOH Staff | News | November 20, 2006NEW YORK -- Altamonte Springs, FL-based Link has introduced its CVS LKSPKAL 12/3 U2A2, a new line of self-powered speaker cables that includes a 12/3 double shielded power cable, two AES individually jacketed and shielded pairs, and two color-coded UTP Ethernet lines, featuring Link's cross-spacer (Cat6 style) construction. The cables are specifically designed for self-powered loudspeaker systems that incorporate Cat5 control and/or signal connectivity. Read More...
  • Rodeo Moves Over for Rock

    FOH Staff | News | November 20, 2006
    RALEIGH, NC -- The North Carolina State Fair produces nightly concerts featuring country, bluegrass, contemporary Christian and, more recently, R&B/hip-hop and southern rock bands, and one of the principal challenges for integrator RMB Audio is getting the best possible audio quality in a venue originally designed for rodeos, circuses and livestock exhibitions. Read More...
  • Unholy Alliance Hits Europe

    FOH Staff | News | November 20, 2006
    CANDLER, NC -- The Unholy Alliance tour has recently shipped into Europe from the US and sound service provider Eighth Day Sound elected to send the complete touring package over with them. "It came about in a funny way," said Tim Quinby, soundman for top of the bill Slayer. "When I was originally asked by management to specify this tour I asked for something else. Eighth Day had just purchased a new J-Series system from d&b audiotechnik, and they asked me to come down and check it out." Read More...
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