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TECHNOLOGY: NEW PRODUCTS LECTROSONICS


LMB, LT TRANSMITTER, LR RECEIVER


IT’S… Three additions to the L Series ‘Large Bandwidth’ line of wireless microphones.


DETAILS: The LMb is the latest successor in Lectrosonics’ line of economical beltpack transmitters designed for applications including theatre, house of worship, TV, ENG, video and film production. It features an all-metal housing, wire belt clip, 50mW of RF power, 25 or 100kHz tuning steps (yielding up to 3,072 selectable frequencies) and an integrated multi-function switch with menu-selectable modes for power, mute or talkback. The LT transmitter also


features 25 or 100kHz tuning steps, an integrated multi-function switch with


BASALTE A3


IT’S… A new addition to the Asano family.


DETAILS: The A3 module allows users to integrate third-party amplifiers like surround receivers in the Asano concept. It is also possible to integrate active speakers, like those of Bang & Olufsen. Up to three zones and two local sources can be connected. If a source is connected to one of the inputs, this source immediately becomes a source for all the other zones


of the Asano system. Asano uses uncompressed 24-bit audio over Ethernet to transport audio between the various zones.


AND ALSO: Like the whole Asano family, A3 is completely configured and controlled with KNX.


AVAILABLE: Now www.basalte.be


menu-selectable modes for power, mute or talkback, and a graphic LCD and membrane switch panel plus IR synch port for ease of setup and operation. It also facilitates user-selectable RF transmission power of 50 or 100mW. A detachable antenna adds to the LT’s versatility by allowing for remote mount antennas. The ultra-compact LR


receiver is designed to be portable for use with DSLR, 4/3, small 4K, and other compact HD cameras. The wide tuning bandwidth with tracking front- end filters provides plenty of flexibility while avoiding the vulnerabilities of wider pass bands. Compatibility modes


LG


55EA980V


IT’S… A Full HD 55in concave OLED screen.


enable the LR to operate with older analogue transmitters.


AND ALSO: All three L Series units are available in four different frequency ranges for worldwide use.


AVAILABLE: The LMb and LT are available now, the LR will ship in Q4 2014.


www.lectrosonics.com


INTELIX DIGI-P52


IT’S… A switcher scaler product designed to add video switching, scaling and audio processing to classrooms, training rooms and meeting areas, especially where under table installation is desired.


DETAILS: The new DIGI-P52 is a multi-format switching scaler with three HDMI and two VGA video inputs. It provides microphone and line level mixing, plus analogue audio embedding, and analogue line level output. The DIGI-P52 features simultaneous HDMI and HDBaseT outputs that are


scaled to one of seven output resolutions: 1024 x 768, 1280 x 720 (720p), 1280 x 800, 1360 x 768, 1600 x 1200, 1920 x 1080 (1080p), and 1920 x 1200. The HDBaseT output of the DIGI-P52 provides power to a remote HDBaseT receiver, such as the DIGI-HD60C-R, with the option to control the DIGI-P52 from the


remote location. AND ALSO: The DIGI-P52 features an autoswitching feature to automatically switch between HDMI and VGA sources.


AVAILABLE: Now www.libertycable.com


DETAILS: Billed as the world’s first concave screen, the 55EA980V is curved slightly towards the viewer, allowing an equal distance between almost any part of the screen and the viewer’s eyes. This all but eliminates the problem of screen-edge distortion, alongside greatly reducing detail loss and creating heightened immersion while viewing. Employing passive 3D technology and with a fast refresh rate, the screen also features MotionFlow technology to smooth pictures and emphasise clarity.


AND ALSO: Due to the absence of a LED backlight, the screen measures just 5mm in depth.


AVAILABLE: Now www.awe-europe.com


64 June 2014


www.installation-international.com


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