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Weekly A/V News: The Next Stage In Vocals

April 21, 2022
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Time to get caught up on all things A/V you might have missed over the last week!

Shure has released the all-new KSM11 Wireless Vocal Microphone Capsule. This mic promises to be the “next stage in vocals.”

We know we’re living our best life when we get to work in front of an Allen & Heath console.

 

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The Shure Stem Ecosystem is a flexible and powerful tool to bring modern video conferences to any room.

DAS Audio is getting ready to attend some of the biggest trade shows in the world, including NAMM and InfoComm.

 

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Speaking of events, Integrated Systems Europe is coming up soon!

The powerful ESP Series pendant speakers from Lowell Manufacturing can be hung from a ceiling or surface mounted to bring even coverage to any type of building.

The simplest way to get better sound in your virtual meetings is with the Shure MV5C.

Check out these incredible updates for CrewCom from Pliant Technologies!

What’s a DJ without great speakers like the DAS Action Series? Just someone playing mp3s off of their computer…

 

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Why are Hosa Edge mic cables the best around? The answer is simple. Science!

 

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It’s not a surprise to anyone that Katy Perry’s stage for her Vegas residency is this colorful. It also shouldn’t be a surprise that she turned to Barco projectors to make it all happen.

Don’t stop the show, just to adjust your mic. The one-hand microphone stand from König & Meyer allows you to get your mic into the perfect position with a quick squeeze.

 

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Traveling across the country? You definitely need an SKB Case.

Virtual events aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Shure explains how you can use audio technology to keep even distanced events engaging.

That’s it, you’re all caught up! See you next week!

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