SONY HIGHLIGHTS FULL PRO AUDIO LINE AT INFOCOMM 2012
(Virtual Press Office
) - Sony Electronics’ full line of professional audio technology -- ranging from portable audio recorders to wireless microphone technology to headphones – is on display at InfoComm 2012, Booth C7008.
Sony’s full line of professional wireless microphone systems includes the second-generation of the DWX Series and the UWP Series of wireless microphones – designed for stable audio reception and interference-free use.
Sony’s professional headphones are designed to meet the monitoring needs of front-of-house (FOH) and studio engineers, musicians and other audio professionals working with high-resolution digital audio recording and playback equipment.
Sony’s newest models include two new studio headphones (MDR-7520 and MDR-7510) and one in-ear system (MDR-7550). The new headphones are engineered to deliver strength, comfort and practicality to users in recording studio and live sound applications. Designed to accurately monitor the wide dynamic range and extended frequencies delivered by modern digital audio equipment, the new models in the series are precision-manufactured using the highest grade materials such as gold-plated Unimatch™ 3.5mm/6.3mm adaptors, and perfectly meet the needs of users.
Sony’s digital recorders – the PCM-M10 and PCM-D50 digital field recorders -- are designed to faithfully capture live performances and events, including the most subtle of performance nuances. They can be used for high-quality recording in an array of applications, including live sound, houses of worship and theatrical performance, as well as by journalists in the field.
Sony’s line-up of professional PCM Series recorders offer attractive features including: durable construction, 96 kHz/24-bit recording, built-in electret condenser stereo microphones, 4 GB of flash memory, PC/MAC file transfer via high-speed USB interface and user-friendly operation.
Sony’s full line of audio technology is designed to meet an array of professional sound and recording requirements. Stop by Sony’s InfoComm exhibit for a tour, and for more information, visit http://www.sony.com/proaudio