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09/09/2002

Sonifex to show new products at SBES 2002

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Sonifex will be exhibiting at the SBES 2002 exhibition on November 20 to 21, in hall 11 stand 108, showing a range of new and exciting products to add to their successful current portfolio.
On display at the exhibition will be will be recently released products from the successful Redbox range of analogue and digital audio interface boxes, with a new brochure which covers all the products available. These include the RB-DAC1 Digital to Analogue Converter, the RB-DHD6 Digital Headphone Amplifier, the RB-DMA2 Dual Digital Microphone Amplifier and the RB-HD1 Single Stereo Headphone Amplifier.
The RB-DAC1 Digital to Analogue Converter is a 1U rack-mount unit which produces a stereo balanced XLR, or unbalanced phono, output from an incoming AES/EBU or S/PDIF digital input signal. The RB-DHD6 Digital Headphone Amplifier is a 1U rack-mount which has both AES/EBU and S/PDIF digital inputs and produces 6 separately buffered headphone outputs, each with their own volume control.
The RB-DMA2 Dual Digital Microphone Amplifier consists of two independent low-noise microphone pre-amplifiers for converting microphone level signals to AES/EBU or S/PDIF digital outputs. The RB-HD1 is a rack-mount stereo headphone amplifier for driving up to two pairs of professional stereo headphones from a single stereo or mono input. It also has a mono mix input and is VCA remotely controllable.
Also showing from the Redbox range will be the very successful RB-ADDA combined A/D and D/A converter and the new RB-SC1 sample rate converter.
The RB-ADDA combined A/D and D/A converter is a 1U rack-mount which produces as AES/EBU or S/PDIF level digital audio output from a balanced XLR or unbalanced phono stereo audio input. The RB-SC1 sample rate converter is ideal for the transfer of digital audio between different digital equipment.
The Net-Log multi-channel network audio logger is now supplied with a 60GB hard-disk as standard.
Also on display is the USB version of the Courier portable flash-card recorder. The Courier’s USB B connector supports USB 1.1 and enables downloads to the PC of up to 40 times real-time speed. The USB connection allows the flashcard or hard-disk used for recording to be permanently stored in the Courier without the need for removal. Almost 400 Couriers are in use at BBC regional stations following an order completed in March 2002.
Following the acquisition of the Nicral product range, Sonifex will also be displaying the Nica X range of codecs and ISDN management system.
Also on show is the HY-02 range of analogue and digital telephone balance units and the Sentinel range of audio logging machines.
Sonifex, www.sonifex.co.uk
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