With 500 booths to see over three days, NSCA had plenty to check out. Here are some items you may have overlooked. Rockustics' (www.rockusticsinc.com)
With 500 booths to see over three days, NSCA had plenty to check out. Here are some items you may have overlooked.
- Rockustics' (www.rockusticsinc.com) Omni-Planter is a 2-foot high by 2-foot diameter, floor-standing imitation terra-cotta planter housing a down-firing 8-inch co-ax that provides 360° sound.
- Marshall Electronics' mic division (www.mxlmics.com) showed a built-in, 5-inch LCD video display panel, Mic Mute switch and an optional gooseneck mic.
- Radial Engineering's (www.radialeng.com) Spider is a 48-channel house snake with a central stage box, with eight 12-channel sub-snakes to mics and thrus to the monitor board.
- Rapco's Sweet-T tube DI employs a 12AX7 tube for a warm sound. Features include 16- and 40dB pads and sweepable cut-only notch filters for lows and highs.
- Technomad's (www.technomad.com) Vernal compact 9×6×6-inch, weatherproof speaker comes in 12 colors and is loaded with a 5-inch woofer, a horn-loaded HF driver and an optional 70V transformer.
- i-TEK's (www.fps-inc.co.jp/itd) Pipeline speaker uses a vertical array of flat-panel transducers within a 3-inch diameter tube. The speakers can be used alone for unobtrusive installs or paired with an optional sub that doubles as a base and extends response to 34 Hz.