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1. The 21st edition of Broadcast India opened its doors on 18 October 2011. 2. The Harman India team including Monisha Devaiah and Ankush Agarwal (left). 3. Thomas Nell of Spotlight, Mark Chorley of Doughty Engineering and Menze van der Sluis of Prolyte. 4. The Barbizon Lighting team including Manager Abhay K. Shah (left). 5. The team on the Christie stand. 6. The Sennheiser staff including Regional Sales Manager, Kishore Khatri (second from right). 7. Andy Fong and Samuel Chung of Shure flank Mukesh Jeveri of Sun Infonet. 8. Pratik and Davinder Wadhwa of Modern Stage Service.


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The Broadcast India show returned to the Bombay Exhibition Centre for its 21st instalment on 20-22 October 2011. Impressive figures made Broadcast India 2011 the most successful show in its history. It hosted more than 589 companies from 33 countries with a growth in exhibition space of 33%. Over three days 20,739 visitors made their way to Mumbai to discover the latest offerings in film and televi- sion, pro audio and radio, mobile TV and IPTV, as well as 3D and digital cinema. Harman displayed products from all its major brands - AKG, Crown, JBL, Lexicon, Soundcraft and Studer - demonstrating its capabilities as a complete sound solu- tion provider. Harman presented an exclusive preview of the latest products, the Studer On Air 3000, and Soundcraft Vi 1 and Si Compact digital mixing consoles, AKG’s DMS 700 digital wireless microphones, and JBL’s LSR 6300 Series of studio monitors.


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Wilfred Pinto at Pace made an interesting point about the video to audio ratio at the show and how he feels it is progressing. He said: “Video has always taken the dominance at the broadcast shows. However, now everything is going to HD the audio is required to be 5.1-surround sound and be equipped with Dolby EQ. And we can provide that with Yamaha mixers and Dynaudio Acoustics studio monitors.” Prolyte, Spotlight and Doughty joined forces at the show to create a strong pres- ence. Prolyte introduced its new i-line product range - standard products that are available to buy immediately through a network of partners - to the Indian market. Spotlight displayed pole operated TV fresnels and its new Green Line LED fixtures. While Doughty brought studio rail, trigger clamps, twenty clamps, atom clamps, pulleys and safety bonds to complete the stand. Boston Limited exhibited a range of power optimised server and workstation


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