2nd Day at NAB Offers Mix of Audio, Video, Lighting Solutions for Churches

An intriguing number of products, ranging from all-in-one video switchers to microphones featured on conference exhibit floor.

2nd Day at NAB Offers Mix of Audio, Video, Lighting Solutions for Churches
Panasonic product manager Delix Alex demonstrates working with the company's first all-in-one video switcher, the AV-HLC100 during NAB's second day of the showroom floor at Las Vegas.

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For example, the d:screet 4063 went from having a solid 97 dB of dynamic range in the previous version of the microphone, to now tout a 109 dB dynamic range, a 12 dB improvement. In addition, that same mic also saw a 12 dB SPL peak improvement, from 123 dB to 135 dB. For each of the models incorporating this new CORE technology, the improvements run comparably for each of them.

Another microphone manufacturer of note at NAB was Audio-Technica, with its newest generation of its 3000 Series Frequency Agile True Diversity UHF Wireless System. Among the improvements over the previous version was the inclusion of interchangeable capsules and a significant improvement on the spec sheet, going from a 25 MHz tuning bandwidth (the range of frequencies a radio mic system can to) to 60 MHz.

For first-time booth visits, one that stood out Tuesday was with IMT-Vislink, which won a New Product Award last year in the Other Video Product subcategory, for their Microlite 2. Having the ability to see how the unit works up close, with the benefit of Ray Shane, Proven Solutions Engineer of IMT-Vislink, was compelling. The wireless transmitter can be controlled using WiFi, logging into the Microlite 2, through a smartphone app or iPad to control it.


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