2016 New Product Awards - Audio
The following 14 entrants were part of the 2016 New Product Awards, with the submissions from Lab.gruppen, Westone, L-Acoustics, Shure, Amphe-Dante, Turbosound, and Audio Everywhere earning winning entries.
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With the help of 13 individuals who either serve as a church tech leader, along with Worship Tech Director site editor Andres Caamano, seven audio products were recently designated among the 27 winners for the 2016 New Product Awards. Among the seven audio products to earn the honor, the Shure KSM8 Dualdyne Vocal Microphone earned top honors as the number one audio product this year.
2016 New Product Awards: Audio Winners
MICROPHONE: Shure KSM8 Dualdyne™ Mic
AMPLIFIERS: Lab.gruppen LUCIA 60W Power Models
IN-EAR MONITORING SYSTEM: Westone AM Pro 30
LARGE FORMAT LOUDSPEAKER: L-Acoustics Kiva II
SMALL FORMAT LOUDSPEAKER: Turbosound iX Series
WIRELESS MIC SYSTEM: Audio Everywhere DXX-1 Audio ExXtractor
OTHER AUDIO: Amphe-Dante Digital-to-Analog Audio Adapters
2016 New Product Awards: Other Audio Entrants
MICROPHONE: EMBRACE Microphones
AMPLIFIERS: Lab.gruppen E Series 4 Channel Models
AMPLIFIERS: Lab.gruppen D Series Slimline Models
LARGE FORMAT LOUDSPEAKER: Clair Brothers C15
LARGE FORMAT LOUDSPEAKER: Liberty Platinum AIR
SMALL FORMAT LOUDSPEAKER: Turbosound iNspire Series
SMALL FORMAT LOUDSPEAKER: JBL CBT1000
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