Zaxcom Recorders on Display at IBC2006

Zaxcom will have its new stereo adapter feature for ZFR100 miniature audio recorder, and new TRX900AA digital wireless microphone transceiver on display at IBC2006. It will also showcase the Deva Mix-12 digital audio mixing console and Deva hard disk recorders.

The new stereo adapter and timecode interface integrates with the ZFR100 to provide two balanced audio inputs that eliminate ground loop problems. First announced at NAB2006, the Zaxcom ZFR100 is a compact recorder that can record up to 12 track hours of audio on a removable 2 GB flash memory card, and produces timecode-stamped broadcast .wav or MP3 files. The adapter's timecode input synchronizes the timecode generator inside the ZFR100 and supports automated loading of audio onto the memory card. The new adapter is equipped with an 8 to 16 V DC input.

The new TRX900AA transmitter, based on the technology of the TRX900 wireless microphone system, was developed for users who need a longer running time and prefer using AA batteries. The system operates on two AA batteries to provide a 10-hour run time and 12-hour internal recording capability. The TRX900AA's optional timecode transmission and video sync generation allow the user to transmit two channels of audio; timecode; and tri-level, NTSC, and PAL video sync to one receiver on the camera.

The Deva Mix-12 digital audio mixer provides a digital, 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.

Zaxcom also will display its Deva hard disk recorders, which provide direct-to-hard-disk recording with back up to DVD. Its multidisk, multiformat recording capability allows users to record all of the copies required for post production simultaneously.

Zaxcom will be in Stand 8.481.