Flashline Series Monitors TFM122M and TFM152M Co-axial 2-Way 12in and 15in Stage Monitors for Touring Applications
Turbosound has announced new stage monitors in the Flashline series. The TFM122M and TFM152M are 12in and 15in (respectively) 2-way co-axial floor monitors that feature carbon fibre loaded neodymium motor drivers and titanium dome compression drivers. With a low profile design to maximize audience sight lines and an accurate 60H x 40V dispersion, these monitors will fit easily in many different applications.
The active TFM122M-AN and TFM152M-AN are available for preorder through Starin now, with passive versions to follow soon.
Biamp Systems acknowledged its remarkable growth and successful 40-year history in the professional AV industry with the opening of a new manufacturing facility. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held July 27 at Biamp’s new Cascade Building in Tigard, Oregon.
The Cascade Building, which is home to Biamp’s manufacturing and customer support teams, joins the Gemini Building as part of the company’s headquarters.
Click here to view the full press release on Biamp’s website.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA MIDAS ROADSHOW APRIL 19-21, 2016
Since the early 1970s, Midas has been designing and manufacturing stellar audio consoles that are used all over the world. Here is your chance to see and test drive the latest live sound consoles from Midas and find out for yourself why these consoles are the top choice for top live sound engineers.
Corporate AV conferencing often happens in spaces with premium visual aesthetics and poor audio quality. With Microflex® Advance™ Ceiling and Table Array Microphones, Shure combines the trusted quality of Microflex Microphones with a best-in-class level of flexibility, technology and control. The result is unmatched “invisible audio” for elite AV conferencing environments.
Groundbreaking accuracy in audio capture with proprietary Steerable Coverage™. The elegance of Dante™ Networked Audio. Seamless, browser-based control that offers easy integration with existing AV/IT infrastructure.
With Microflex Advance, installers don’t have to compromise room aesthetics for audio quality. And IT professionals don’t have to be audio experts to deliver expert audio.
From Unidyne to Dualdyne – Reinventing the Dynamic Microphone
In 1939, Shure introduced the original Unidyne Model 55, the world’s first single-element, unidirectional dynamic microphone. Offering greater rejection of unwanted sounds and improved gain-before-feedback, sound reinforcement and reproduction experienced a huge leap forward in quality. Further refined into the Unidyne III element, the SM58® became the blueprint for all unidirectional dynamic microphones to follow.
Now, in 2016, Shure has introduced the first significant reinvention of the dynamic microphone in more than 50 years, with the KSM8 Dualdyne Vocal Microphone.
Join us on February 15 to learn more, as Shure Product Manager, John Born, will trace the history of the unidirectional dynamic microphone and give us a glimpse into this exciting new technology.
Shure has released an excellent video series on their Youtube page all about personal monitor systems. The four-part series explains why you would use in-ears, which system is right for you, and how to set up a new PSM system. Check out the first video below and click here to view the playlist on YouTube.
Special Webinar Event
The SM57 and the President of the United States:
50 Years of Service to the White House
The Shure SM57 microphone was introduced in 1965. Since the administration of Lyndon Johnson, the SM57 has been the microphone of choice for the Presidential lectern.
In this one-hour Webinar, Michael Pettersen, Shure Corporate Historian and White House Liaison, will illustrate and describe the technical reasons that support the use of the SM57 for this critical sound reinforcement application. Behind-the-scenes stories will also explain the evolution of the Presidential audio system over the decades. The presentation will be about 40 minutes, allowing time for questions.
Join us for an interesting discussion of the SM57 and learn why it is the primary mic in
use on the Presidential lectern.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
5:00-6:00 p.m. PDT Register
How to Choose a Shure Wireless Microphone System
The Shure wireless portfolio includes several product lines, designed for a variety of applications and budgets. With so many options to choose from, selecting the right one to meet your needs can be a challenging task.
To make this selection process easier, Gino Sigismondi, Shure Systems Support Manager, will provide an in-depth discussion of the most important factors to consider when choosing a wireless microphone system.
Using specific examples from the Shure product line, Gino will discuss the right questions to ask when trying to decide which system is right for you. If you are in the market for a new wireless system, don’t miss this informational webinar.
How to Choose and Use Personal Monitor Systems
Shure has added the PSM®300 Stereo Personal Monitor System to its personal monitoring lineup. PSM 300 has two offerings; one easy-to-use system designed for entry-level users and a professional system with advanced features and performance.
While the majority of musicians and monitor engineers are clear on the advantages of personal monitors, the proper ways to configure a personal monitor system are not as well known. Since no two situations are identical, it’s up to the user to decide how to use the system, from selecting the right system, to purchasing the right number of components, to making connections.
In this one-hour Webinar, Gino Sigismondi, Shure Systems Support Manager and author of Selection and Operation of Personal Monitor Systems, will arm you with everything you need to know about using personal monitors, including:
An overview of the new PSM 300 systems
Critical aspects of configuring a personal monitor system
Tips on successfully transitioning from stage monitors to in-ears
Explore supplemental equipment that can enhance the experience