07.23.2006 08:00 AM
Zaxcom to show new products at IBC2006

Digital wireless pioneer Zaxcom has announced plans to show a wide array of new products at the upcoming IBC2006 convention, September 8-12 in Amsterdam.

The ZFR100 miniature audio recorder features a new stereo adapter and time code interface, enabling the exact match of audio recorded on the ZFR100 and that recorded on camera. Weighing only 4oz, the ultra-compact ZFR100 records up to 12 track-hours of time code stamped WAV or MP3 files on a removable 2GB Flash memory card.

The TRX900 and TRX990 digital wireless transceivers provide integrated audio recording and time code transmission. This patent-pending feature set allows audio professionals to record up to 12 hours of audio directly to a Flash memory card and then transfer the WAV files to either a PC or Mac for post production.

The Deva Mix-12 digital audio mixing console is a 12-fader control surface that directly manages the audio mixer embedded within the Zaxcom Deva IV and V location recorders. Combined with the Deva system, the Mix-12 console performs all location mix and record functions, reducing production costs by eliminating the need for expensive external mixing consoles. The Mix-12 leverages the processing power of the Deva hard disc location recorders, which will also be on display at IBC.

For more information, visit www.zaxcom.com and www.theultimatewireless.com.

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