We are very honored to announce that the Pro Audio Department at B&H has received the Dealer of the Year Award for sales and service from Grace Design. As a premier manufacturer of microphone preamps and monitor control systems,Grace Design is a name synonymous with excellence; its products are relied upon by world-class studios like Skywalker Sound and
Our customers have always been Sennheiser fanatics. Their Evolution Series wireless systems and wired microphones have maintained a well deserved popularity. Even when I walk around the B&H executive offices, I always see lots of our employees wearing Sennheiser's HD-280 Pro headphones (because they sound so nice and really block out noise). So it goes without saying that B&H is indeed proud to be named Sennheiser's Dealer of the Year
A good XLR cable is one of the most essential accessories on the planet. Even though you may use them regularly, you still may not be sure what to look for when buying a new one. Pearstone recently unveiled a new line of XLR cables that offer a high level of quality at a surprisingly budget-friendly price. In this post I'll show you what to look for when choosing an XLR cable.When I shop for XLR cables, the first thing I always look for are quality connectors.
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This portable audio recorder offers adjustable stereo mics, combo XLR 1/4" external inputs, an overdub mode, a dual mode, and more.
Audioengine has been making classy-sounding, décor-pleasing speakers for use with a computer and other audio components since 2005. This month a new model arrives in three different cabinet finishes that even an audiophile could love.
The Audioengine 5+ (A5+) active speakers take the company’s flagship Audioengine 5 Bookshelf Speakers even farther down the techno road. The A5+ has a built-in
There are lots of compact portable digital recorders on the market today that are popular among musicians, journalists and HDSLR filmmakers, but not many of them feature professional XLR inputs. Having the ability to connect XLR microphones and line-level sources to a recorder is appealing because it’s the best sounding, low-noise
Here’s one iPad accessory that the average person might find strange and unusable, yet it’s a dream come true for heavy-duty MIDI fanatics. The new Yamaha i-MX1 offers a painfully simple way to connect one of Apple’s
Today the German audio software and hardware manufacturer Steinberg announced new driver updates for two of its long dead hardware MIDI interfaces, the Midex 3 and the Midex 8. Even though these products are still officially discontinued and no longer supported, the new driver updates make them compatible with current Mac and Windows
operating systems (Windows Vista, Windows 7, Apple's Leopard, Snow Leopard, and even the bleeding-edge OS X 10.7 Lion).
The Ion iCade cabinet for iPads lets you slip your iPad or iPad 2 into a tabletop version of a 1980s arcade games machine. Once you assemble the cabinet, you pair the iCade’s physical controllers to the tablet through the iPad’s Bluetooth settings and download Atari’s Greatest Hits ($14.99 for the complete version) from the iTunes Apps Store. Among the 100 games are Centipede, Astroids, Battlezone, Tempest, Championship Soccer and Pong. Then, instead of fingering the screen, you grab hold of the joystick and spend countless hours immersed in
Even if it looks like a prop from V, the Jellyfish Effect LED Light from American-DJ could become more than an alien visitor for the itinerant DJ shopping for a portable light show. The 5-pound, 12.5 inch-wide light generator, with handle for carrying or hanging, provides two types of effects: beams that drop down and bathe dancers (or an empty floor) in red, green,
The quiet little world of camera XLR adapters has been ablaze with activity lately. Here's a brief recap: the juicedLink DN101 came out and proved to be a great accessory for DSLR video shooters who own a
The biggest and craziest trade show of the year in pro audio just took place in Anaheim California. NAMM is the place where new products get announced, buzz gets generated, and audio nerds like myself get to map out how we're going to squander our hard earned dollars over the course of the next 12 months. Even though the announcements of the 2010 NAMM haven't been the most drool-inducing of all time, there were still plenty of things to be excited about this year. Here are the highlights: