LONDON, 9 OCTOBER 2017 — Audio Ltd, UK’s premier wireless microphone manufacturer, is pleased to announce Sound Devices, LLC as the exclusive distributor of the new A10 Digital Wireless Microphone System for North America and Latin America effective November 1, 2017.
New all-digital system offer exceptional audio quality, wideband tuning flexibility, and effortless operation
LONDON, 12 SEPTEMBER, 2017 – Audio Limited, UK’s premier wireless microphone manufacturer, announces the A10 Digital Wireless Microphone System. This new wireless system is designed for a wide range of production applications and consists of the A10-TX Digital Bodypack Transmitter and the portable A10-RX Digital Two-Channel True Diversity Receiver. The new A10 Digital System will be on display at IBC 2017 in Amsterdam on 15–19 September, stand #8.D97.
“Our new A10 Digital Wireless transmitter and receiver are designed for the technical demands and requirements of today’s RF-hostile, multi-channel production environments,” says Kishore Patel, Managing Director of Audio Ltd. “It is an all-digital RF system that provides our users with broadcast quality audio, reliable digital RF performance, and easy multi-system setup. Our proprietary digital RF topology is the result of years of research and development, and customer experience. The result is a wireless link with full 20 kHz audio bandwidth, high dynamic range, ultra-low distortion, and industry leading 2 millisecond end-to-end delay.”
Gotham Sound visited the Audio stand on the second day of the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas to talk to Kish Patel about the DDX1010.
Just before the 2017 NAB Show, sound recordist Simon Bishop dropped by Audio and shot a short video of the first working DDX1010 that was being prepared for demonstration at the show in Las Vegas.
The IPS’s Simon Bishop visited the Audio stand at this year’s IBC exhibition where he spoke to managing director, Kishore Patel about the new 1010 rack and the forthcoming 1010 twin diversity digital receiver.
There seems to be no audio equipment category in which digital isn’t commonplace.
Well maybe one: despite Zaxcom introducing us to fully digital radio mics in 2006 with their ground breaking TRX 900, the technology has remained relatively rare on location.
Simon Bishop and the IPS TV crew dropped by the Audio stand at IBC 2015 to interview Kishore Patel about the new 1010 digital wireless microphone system. Kish demonstrated the 1010′s easy to use set up menu and also spoke about the system’s unique proprietary modulation. You can watch the video here.