07.26.2007 08:00 AM
SoundField to debut DSF-1 digital audio studio system

SoundField will launch several new products at IBC2007, including the DSF-1 digital studio system and the DSF-3 digital broadcast surround processor.

The DSF-1 can produce simultaneous, phase-coherent stereo and surround sound from a single microphone and is suited to a wide range of recording applications, including orchestral recordings and classical concerts.

The DSF-3 is a real-time surround processor for live HD broadcast use and provides complete control over the surround image captured by a SoundField microphone from within an associated OB vehicle.

The company will also show the new SPS200 A-Format microphone, a portable, lightweight product first exhibited in prototype form last year and designed for laptop-based location recording.

See SoundField at IBC2007 in Stand 5.587, or visit www.soundfield.com .



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