Cable Techniques Low-Profile Connectors
Cable Techniques’ low-profile XLR and TA connectors
allow users to interconnect cables while reducing rig
weight and creating organized, efficient workflow setups.
Designed to be highly durable and adjustable, these connectors can be customized and repaired on the fly.
XLR connectors are available in 3-pin and 5-pin male and
female options with 10 different cap color choices, while
TA3F and TA5F “mini XLR” cables are available in eight
different cap color choices.
Studio Technologies Model 44D
Studio Technologies’ new Model 44D Audio Interface
provides a simple yet high-performance means of interfacing two channels of analog line-level audio to and
from applications that utilize Dante audio-over-Ethernet
media networking technology.
Two units can also provide one-to-one signal paths, two
in each direction, over a standard local area network.
Each unit provides two general-purpose inputs and outputs, and in-band audio signals are used to transport the
signals through the Dante paths.
A new micro digital recorder for professional use, the
Lectrosonics PDR is small, unobtrusive and ideal for
extreme distances or situations where wireless microphones are not practical.
The PDR records in 24-bit, 28 kHz digital onto a micro SD
card in the industry-standard broadcast wave file format;
runs for over six hours on a single lithium AAA battery;
and can be jammed to external timecode via a standard
5-pin Lemo connector.
K-Tek Klassic Counterweights
K-Tek celebrated its 20th anniversary by bringing back a
beloved classic boom pole accessory, the Klassic Counterweight, also previously known as the Hodge’s Weight.
Designed to prevent the fatigue experienced by boom
operators on long shooting days, the finely machined,
foam-covered 1.7lb brass weight attaches to the base of
any K-Tek Klassic boom pole. The counterweight balances out the downward movement force of the microphone
and mount, greatly reducing the strain on the operator.