Welcome to Trew Audio

April 8, 2014 at 3:50 pm


Many of our customers and friends are located all over the world, and may not have had a chance to make it into one of our four branches. If you’ve ever wondered who’s on the other end of the phone, what our showrooms look like, or simply where we store so many walkie-talkies, this quick video gives a glimpse into some of the locations, processes, and people that make up what you know as Trew Audio. Hope you enjoy!

NAB 2014 – New from Zaxcom

April 8, 2014 at 11:20 am

We had a chance to stop by Zaxcom’s booth and talk to Glenn Sanders about the new RX-12, the MicPLexer 2, and the new fader panel for the Nomad. Read More

NAB 2014 – Rycote Introduces the Super Shield and Super Softie

April 7, 2014 at 9:03 am

Rycote Super Shield

Rycote has introduced  two great additions to its product line- The Super Shield and the Super Softie.

The Super Shield is a lightweight, aerodynamic and ultra-robust windshield system providing professional performance and versatility via a simple to use, “no-frills” design. The central chassis of the Super-Shield supports a range of “pods” in lengths to fit almost all location-style microphones and provides for great aerodynamic balance and adjustment of centre-of-mass balance. The integral shockmount equipped with our patented Lyre technology isolates the microphone, and together with a captive mic tail cable, significantly minimizes handling noise. Read More

NAB 2014 – Wisycom Now Available at Trew Audio!

April 4, 2014 at 2:02 am

Trew Audio is proud to announce the addition of WisyCom to our lineup of wireless systems with a FREE TRANSMITTER introductory package offer (details below). For the first time ever, our US customers will have the opportunity to get their hands on these systems used by so many professionals worldwide. (Availability in Canada is pending government approval, which is expected very soon)

NAB 2014 – Sound Devices Introduces New Products

April 2, 2014 at 11:00 am


Sound Devices has released several new products ahead of NAB. Click the photos below for more info. Stay tuned throughout the week, as we’ll be updating you with more information as we receive it.

CAS Celebrates 50th Annual Awards

February 24, 2014 at 1:08 pm

A Nagra III Cake commemorates 50 years of CAS

On Saturday night, the Cinema Audio Society presented its 50th annual awards to this year’s top sound mixers at the historic Biltmore Hotel. The event was attended by a gathering of many of the film industry’s top sound and picture professionals and studio production executives. Trew Audio was there as the Title Sponsor of the awards banquet and after party.

New Product Tour Videos!

February 4, 2014 at 8:45 am

Zoom H6 Recorder

In these videos, we explore two basic, budget-friendly field recorders that can vastly improve the audio quality captured by DSLR shooters and aspiring videographers alike. The Zoom H6 and the Tascam DR-60D can both easily mount to your camera rig, providing high quality microphone preamps, Phantom power, and flexible recording options that will surely enhance your final product.

Introducing the Zaxcom 200 Series

January 29, 2014 at 2:31 pm


The new Zaxcom 200 Series Digital Wireless products promise one major advancement over previous models: distance! Their website recently released a video showcasing the TRXLA2 transmitter broadcasting clear across the Hudson River from New York City to a QRX235 receiver in Hoboken, New Jersey. As a recent transplant from NYC, I can attest that despite the direct line of sight, that is one helluva distance! Glenn Sanders and Jack Norflus claim that the new systems can operate at four times the range of their predecessors.

Review: The Sennheiser MKE-600 Short Shotgun Microphone

January 9, 2014 at 6:41 pm

senn mke600

New microphones for film and video production come around as slowly as wrap on an 12-page day, but just last year it happened again.

The Sennheiser name gives the MKE-600 plenty of street-cred, and from my listening evaluation and field test, I believe this German-made mic delivers on the brand’s legacy, particularly for the intended professional market often referred to as “ENG” (Electronic News Gathering) or “Journalism”. While the MKE-600 is priced for the growing market of small hand-held video production, the audio performance of this electret condenser far exceeds what the low price suggests, and will likely find a place in the mic kits of many accomplished sound mixers.

Record Better Sound with your DSLR!

January 7, 2014 at 9:50 am

DSLR filmmaking is a hobby, passion, and profession that is constantly growing among creative types. But no matter what level you’re operating at, we can all agree that oftentimes built-in camera mics just don’t cut it. If you’re capturing sharp, crisp images, you want audio to match. Trew Audio is currently stocking three excellent XLR shotgun mics, that will far outshine your DSLR’s mic, for less than $300. These mics can be shoe-mounted or suspended from a boompole, providing more versatility than solely camera-mountable mics.