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Shure's new TwinPlex subminiature microphone line features natural sounding omnidirectional lavaliers with twin diaphragms and cables as thin as 1.1mm! They're available in four varieties in multiple colors:
The TwinPlex lavaliers start at $399 and are shipping now.
Zaxcom just announced three new products: the Nova Recorder, URX100 UHF Receiver, and ZMT3-X Transmitter!
The Nova is a combination mixer, recorder, ZaxNet remote control and wireless receivers in one compact and lightweight device. It can record up to twelve channels of audio to two compact flash cards and has four mic/line NeverClip inputs, two line level balanced inputs, four external AES (of two AES42) inputs, and six analog/AES output buses.
It's scheduled to ship later this summer and retails for $4995.
The URX100 is a multipurpose UHF receiver that can be configured as a camera link receiver, an IFB receiver with walkie talkie interface or a standalone IFB receiver with time code view and delay.
The URXL1 Lanyard will be available separately and adds a tethered control with a push-to-talk button, volume control, and microphone.
Both units are scheduled to ship in late April. The URX100 retails for $895 and the URXL1 is $49.
The ZMT3-X Transmitter adds a larger battery for up to 12 hours of runtime and 48 hours of standby time on a single charge to the features of the standard ZMT3 line, including simultaneous transmission and internal recording with time code, encrypted audio, ZHD modulation, ZaxNet remote control, and NeverClip. It has two Microdot inputs so it can tramsit input from two seperate lavaliers at the same time.
It's scheduled to ship in late April and retails for $1995.
Initial supplies may be limited and will be fulfilled first-come, first-served, so place your pre-order now for earliest delivery!
Sound Devices has just announced the Scorpio, a 32 channel, 36 track portable time code mixer-recorder with 16 mic/line preamplifiers, 32 channels of Dante in and out, AES in and out, 12 analog outputs, and multiple headphone outputs.
The Scorpio can record to an internal SSD drive and two SD cards, can be controlled via Bluetooth with the new SD-REMOTE app, has bus routing, and works with the Sound Devices SL-6 with the addition of the SL-6 Riser. It is not compatible with the CL-12, but will work with the Icon Platform M+ Control Surface.
We've got a summary video and more details below the jump, but if you're sold already, it retails for $8,995 and is expected to be available second quarter 2019. Initial supply may be limited and orders will be delivered strictly first-come, first-served, so place your $500 nonrefundable pre-order now to get yours as soon as possible. It's available both as a stand-alone item or in a convenient bundle:
Wisycom wireless are now available in the 941-960 MHz range, officially known as Band 8!
It's available now for most receivers and transmitters, including the upcoming MTH410 handheld wireless mic body with selectable narrow/wideband and most flavors of the money-saving system bundles!
Remember that you'll need a Part 74 license to use 941-960 MHz.
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