Remote Audio’s HN 7506 High Noise headsets have been a big hit for professionals who want to protect their ears while monitoring the quality of their recordings. Heavy duty yet surprisingly comfortable, these headsets seal off outside ambience by as much as 45dB, and they’re designed to match the sound quality of the industry standard Sony MDR-7506.
The new Tig Q28 timecode generator is just 2.8 cubic inches, which is about a third the size of the original Tig. Loaded with features, its tiny size fits even the smallest cameras and rigs. The variable timecode output level and “flow through audio design” adds practicality for cameras and recorders that are not designed to receive timecode.
As purists often do, we who have stubbornly insisted on a hardwired boom must finally admit defeat: What started as a novel party trick called “Wireless Boom” is now the rule. On production stages where a hand-held boom is used, the boom mic is much more likely to be wireless […]
We recently received a new Zaxcom Deva accessory called the HD2USB Hard Drive Caddy to USB adapter. It allows for direct access of Deva hard drives, from PC or Mac computers. The adapter works with both the Zaxcom drive box and the Remote Audio Drive Mounter system. The drive will […]
Everyone loves a home run, and it looks like Lectro just knocked one out of the park with the new Quadra. The Quadra by Lectrosonics is a digital, wireless, personal headphone monitor system capable of four discrete audio channels with a single transmitter and bodypack receiver. It delivers the range, […]