Audio-Technica will be showing a range of its broadcast-oriented microphone and headphone products alongside Allen & Heath’s latest SQ and dLive mixing systems at BVE 2018 between 27 February and 1 March.
Audio-Technica’s BP40 large diaphragm dynamic microphone – designed for rich, condenser-like response in broadcast environments – and the company’s M Series flagship M70x monitoring headphones will be among the key products on display. Also available for visitors to experience at the show will be various microphones from Audio-Technica’s Broadcast & Production range, currently being relied on for broadcast sound from the Pyeongchang Games.
Those looking for compact on-camera audio solutions will be catered for with both the AT8024 stereo/mono microphone (with selectable line-cardioid or mid-side stereo modes) and System 10 camera-mount wireless system. The 2.4GHz System 10 camera unit offers supreme ease of use, light weight and 24-bit/48kHz operation, ideal for ENG reporting and video production.
Allen & Heath’s latest SQ digital mixers will be represented by the SQ-5, built around the company’s latest 96kHz FPGA XVCI core. With 16 onboard preamps, the compact 48-channel SQ-5 is designed for demanding professional audio situations and is compatible with Allen & Heath’s AudioRacks and SQ MixPad remote mixing app.
Visitors will also be able to get hands on with the dLive S3000 surface from Allen & Heath’s flagship mixing system. With a small footprint but remarkable specification, the S3000 features 20 faders with six layers for a total 120 fader strip array, intuitive touch-screen Harmony UI and flexible routing and connection options including AES digital in/outs, DANTE, SuperMADI and Waves v3.