As you read this, chances are that someone is abandoning a classic audio component-maybe something you always wanted-at a thrift store near you.¬ Here's how to rescue and enjoy it. This is Part 2 of a 3 part series. Here is Part 1 - Finding the Gems Stay tuned for: Part 3 - Cleaning and touch-up
As you read this, chances are that someone is abandoning a classic audio component-maybe something you always wanted-at a thrift store near you.¬ Here's how to rescue and enjoy it. This is Part 3 of a 3 part series. Here is Part 1 - Finding the Gems And Part 2 - Once you've found something worth taking home If you pick up any classics this way that you want to show off, please take a photo and share them with us here along with some details on how you found it.¬ And if you come up with techniques and materials of your own, by all means let us know-anything to advance the emerging art of rescue audio.
DAT was widely used in the professional audio recording industry in the 1990's, and is still used to some extent. Particularly with regard to archives created in the '90, although most labels have a program in place to transfer these tapes to a hard disk-based database. DAT¬† is used professionally due to its lossless encoding, which allows a master tape to be created that is secure and does not induce tape noise (hiss) into the recording.
The Energi TriPak solution is ideal for small commercial spaces such as conference rooms, private offices, training rooms, open office space, and any other area that benefits from reduced energy consumption. In many of these spaces, lighting is on at full brightness even when the space is unoccupied or when there is abundant daylight. Energi TriPak products can reduce the electricity consumption during these times, and can also help occupants to be more productive by allowing them to set their own optimal lighting. Download Design and Application Guide
With support from consumer electronics manufacturers, content providers and organizations, HDBaseT is revolutionizing the multimedia distribution of uncompressed HD multimedia content in the home entertainment environment via a single LAN cable. HDBaseT technology is the industry's most advanced, cost effective, easy to use, all-in-one solution for whole-home converged distribution of HD multimedia content, with inherent support for the huge install base of uncompressed CE sources and real-time interactive devices.
If it looks like a duck...walks like a duck...quacks like a duck do you think that maybe... Lots of folks are saying the valuations of today's virtual businesses are real, not like the last bunch that went up in glory and down in flames.¬† Others aren't so sure.¬† Most of us find it interesting but don't have any skin in the game. Take a look at the analysis, the comparisons and judge for yourself.¬† Whatever your conclusion we know one thing we're in for a helluva ride. just don't wake up with a tattoo and a monkey.
Money - or lack of it - causes the most stress for individuals and family problems. But since we're now dealing in a near virtual world let's simply go to mobile device money and do away with the billfold that's either half full or half empty. Ironically, people in third-world countries have been faster to convert to mobile money than those in industrial countries. The challenges? Infrastructure and security. Someone always wants to spoil the party but the transition is underway.
Now Shipping, the Compact, Double-Ended 15020C Eliminates the Need for Time Consuming Blade Adjustments by Quickly and Easily Removing the Cable Jacket and Inner Conductors in a Single Step
Atlona Introduces New Presentation Video Switcher/Scaler With 11 Inputs and Two Mirrored HDMI Outputs
Supporting Resolutions to 1920x1200 and 1080p, AT-LINE-PRO5 Improves Presentations While Simplifying Setup With Multiple Input Types and Built-In Scaler
ATEN launched PN5/PN7 products offering outlet-level control combined with remote access to give IT administrators the ability to power control devices attached to the unit from practically any location via a TCP/IP connection.
Japan's top consumer electronic firms recovered faster than expected from the March earthquake, keeping their full-year profit forecasts despite a weakening TV market and worries about the outlook for the global economy. Video game maker Nintendo Co was a standout disappointment, unexpectedly slumping to its first quarterly operating loss on record, hit by slow sales of its 3DS handheld game player and a strong yen. It now forecasts its lowest annual profit in 27 years. Sony Corp and Panasonic Corp warned of weak TV sales, especially in the United States and Europe, following Philips and Corning Inc in highlighting sluggish demand. Global consumer confidence fell in the second quarter to its lowest level in 18 months as an uncertain economic outlook, a deepening euro zone debt crisis and rising inflation made people cautious, a Nielsen survey showed.
After a disappointing Q4 saw Logitech reduce the price of its Revue it revealed today that after a net loss of $29.6 million for the first quarter it is cutting the price of the Revue to $99, as well as saying goodbye to CEO Gerald P. Quindlen. Quindlen had been an outspoken supporter of the Google TV box but according to Logitech this price cut and corresponding $34 million hit to its finances are necessary to "remove price as a barrier to broad customer acceptance." In the midst of these results -- as well as lowered sales in several regions and key products like Harmony remotes -- Chairman and former CEO Guerrino De Luca will assume the role of acting CEO while a long term replacement is sought.
The ELAN® g! Control System is earning its sea legs, powering a massive multi-room entertainment system including Sunfire subwoofers aboard a custom-built 107'x20' Sharpe® luxury houseboat.
Humbug Telecom Labs provider of carrier-class fraud prevention, detection and telecom analytics for any size business, announced that Askozia® will bundle the Humbug fraud detection, prevention and analytics tools
Sensormetrix are fast becoming the go-to technical company in the UK for environmental remote monitoring solutions.
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