Audio Broadcast Equipment
Original 3D audio, for broadcast needs, lets you get sound from everywhere, and no it’s not surround sound as you know it. The International Telecommunication Union has decided upon a new standard for audio broadcast equipment that's planned to sit together with Ultra HD video. If the name by itself doesn't get you eager for yet one more standard that'll take years...
Starting up an FM, satellite, or DAP radio station requires a lot of things, including licensing, soundproofed studios, audio broadcast equipment, some capital, knowledge on music royalties, and a good business plan. But sometimes, the thought of going through the lengthy process of setting up an FM radio station can be overwhelming. Why not consider broadcasting over the internet instead...
Game-changer products only come a few times, and The StudioLive 16.4.2 is at the forefront of audio broadcast equipment industry when it comes to innovative products. They have raised the bar with a product that provides amazing performance and ease of use at such a great price deal. 1. Bigger Possibilities Putting together audio quality, performance, and integrated software, users can have all these in a smaller and more affordable package. StudioLive is less than 2 square feet (0.19 m2) but, as they, say great things come in small packages. True to this statement, the product offers 8 mono input and 4 stereo channels and 12 XMAX Class A solid-state microphone preamps. 13, if you include the XMAX on the Talkback input. Continue reading