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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, JUNE 5, 2008—Aviom, exclusive developer of the world’s most powerful audio transport protocol, A-Net®, is now shipping its remote-controllable 6416m Mic Input Module and its companion products, the RCI Remote Control Interface and the MCS Mic Control Surface.

System designers and sound engineers have been awaiting the arrival of the 6416m, RCI and MCS. Those industry professionals who have had the opportunity to try out the new products have raved about the quality of the mic preamps and the flexibility of the remote control. Bernie Becker, monitor engineer for Neil Diamond, says, “To call the 6416m open, transparent, and clean is an understatement, let alone the possibilities of A-Net.”

With the addition of the eagerly anticipated mic pre, Aviom’s Pro64® Series offers a full range of possibilities as a digital network—flexibility combined with the audio performance and simplicity of an analog wire. Now the Pro64 digital audio network can take any combination of mic, line, or digital audio signals and move them effortlessly in real time, without compromises.

Aviom is the world leader and pioneer of personal monitor mixing technology with the popular Pro16® Series, as well as the exclusive developer of the revolutionary Pro64® Series of audio networking products. All Aviom products are powered by A-Net®, the company’s groundbreaking high-speed digital audio transmission protocol. Aviom products solve problems in a variety of different environments, including live sound reinforcement, audio recording studios, houses of worship, theater, broadcasting and post-production facilities and a host of commercial installations. Aviom’s entire line of high-quality professional audio products are designed and manufactured in the USA.

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