Facebook social media iconTwitter social media iconInstagram social media iconSubmit to Reddit

An Introduction to Equalization - A free download from Audio Masterclass

Equipping Your Home Recording Studio - A free download from Audio Masterclass

An Introduction to Compression: Basic Compression - A free download from Audio Masterclass

"Arabian Queen" by mominvai test

Can a $1599 microphone match up to an undisputed classic? Hear it for yourself...

Q: "Everything I record is out of phase. Is this a problem?"

To become a hit, your song needs a BETTER TITLE!

Can a spectrograph give you insight into EQ, or should you just listen?

Q: How can I work on my voice?

Drop-In Stratocaster Pickguards Give You 35 Pickup Tones To Find Your Signature Sound

Q: Compression, EQ or reverb - where should I start?

What are you scared of in the recording studio?

How much should you charge for your audio services?

ASA3000 Active Antenna Splitter from Sennheiser

At NAB 2005, Sennheiser will introduce the ASA3000, an active antenna splitter for multi-channel wireless microphone systems. The unit is designed to simplify any engineer's job with a convenient, compact package that introduces no signal loss and eliminates the need for signal boosting circuitry...

At NAB 2005, Sennheiser will introduce the ASA3000, an active antenna splitter for multi-channel wireless microphone systems. The unit is designed to simplify any engineer's job with a convenient, compact package that introduces no signal loss and eliminates the need for signal boosting circuitry.

Previously only available as a bulkier, customized unit, the new streamlined ASA3000 single rack space device may be used to combine up to 16 channels of Sennheiser 3000 Series receivers, configured as eight EM3031 single channel, eight EM3032 dual-channel or EM3532 dual-channel true diversity receivers.

The broadband ASA3000 may be operated across the entire UHF range or may optionally be fitted with selective filtering for more focused, narrow band operation across a micro-frequency input range. The unit provides DC power to the antenna head amplifiers.

U.S. MSRP is $1,750.

For more information, visit their web site at www.sennheiserusa.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday April 7, 2005