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Linear Handheld And Internal V Drive From Nagra At SBES 2004 (24/9/2004)

Swiss audio manufacturer Nagra-Kudelski is exhibiting its new and increasingly popular NAGRA ARES-PII and ARES-BB linear, solid state, handheld recorders on stand number 15 at the Sound Broadcasting Equipment Show 2004 in The Pavilion, NEC, Birmingham on 24 and 25 November 2004. Also being shown are new developments for its 24-bit NAGRA V 2-channel, removable hard-drive recorder.

The ARES-PII and ARES-BB, now in use worldwide by broadcasters and location sound recordists alike, provide 48 kHz stereo/16-bit PCM recording via mic/line inputs, onto either compact flash card or IBM microdrive(tm). Use of the ubiquitous FAT16 Broadcast Wave (BWF) file format enables files to be transferred to and played on almost all Windows(tm) and Mac OS(tm) based platforms, without additional software. The proprietary ARES-PII/ARES-BB operating system provides significant protection against virus transmission.

The NAGRA V - now available with a second internal 2.5" IDE hard drive, for parallel back-up, continuous recording and selective audio transfer functions - will also be on display, alongside the NAGRA-VPP twin drive, rack mounting NAGRA V variant.

The classic Cooper Sound CS104 mixer will be exhibited, as will the CS208, featuring a 4-channel, direct digital output option, that provides switchable 48K or 96K, 16 or 24 bit A/D conversion. Eight pre fade balanced outputs ideally suit the CS208 for use with 8-channel digital recorders.

Those attending the show will be able to obtain a personal operational demonstration of these products from the company's Sales and Marketing Manager John Owens, who will be attending the show from NAGRA's Cheseaux factory, alongside John Rudling and Ken Fooks from the NAGRA (GB) office.

www.nagra.com


 
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