There are many choices when it comes to buying a set of nearfield monitors for your studio, like these Audio Research D5s, with many well-known names among them but certainly take your time to test these Equator D5’s.
Equator D5 are one of the best coaxial speakers in the market for a reasonable price.
The advantage of a coaxial design, with sound emanating from a single point-source, is that it shouldn’t exhibit the sort of midrange phase distortion that a traditional two-way monitor design can introduce when the audio, split at the crossover, collides when radiated from the separately located tweeter and woofer.
After a few months when Mizar, the compact PA system from Vyrve Audio was released. Vyrve Audio just introduce the G5 guitar wireless system.
This wireless set can also be used for bass players. This system works on 5.8 Ghz. Why? There are so many wireless products on 2.4 Ghz and when you play your gig you do not want any interference from others. Most guitar wireless systems are on 2.4Ghz at the moment.
Hosa Rech is manufacturer of all kind of different cables and adapters used for audio/video/power/computer etc.
Hosa Tech explains in a short video why your cables are important and to watch for what you need to buy.
Breaking down what a cable’s made of and why it makes a difference. For more information, visit Hosa Tech website at http://hosatech.com or just send us an email.
Dealers who are selling Hosa Tech Can be found here
More about History of Hosa Tech; Founded in 1984 by Sho Sato, Hosa Technology established itself by bringing to the industry something it sorely needed: adaptors, many adaptors. Sato recognized most musicians and audio professionals find themselves in situations that require immediate fixes and having adaptors at reach can sometimes be what saves the night. This is the reason why, even now, many of Hosa’s original adaptors are still top sellers.
Interconnects and multi-channel snakes became synonymous with Hosa in
recording studios of the ’80s and early ’90s. It was nearly impossible
to walk into a recording studio and not find Hosa somewhere in the
signal chain. Fast-forward to the present—when studios are compact and
fewer cables are used—and you will still find Hosa in most of them. We
understand electronics change and we must be able to change just as
quickly. Our product assortment evolves and expands as new technology
arrives to ensure consumers can always turn to Hosa for connectivity
As we turn to the future, Hosa stands firm on the promise to serve you, the customer. After three decades of hard work and dedication, Sato has passed the torch on to his daughter, Mayumi Allison, who shares the same competitive spirit of her father and wishes to make Hosa the go-to place for all connectivity needs. Her main goal—and that of the entire Hosa team—is to continue to live up to the mission of the company, providing solutions that fulfill Hosa customer needs through service and value.
Taco Gorter testing the Sontronics Drumpack Plus. Used: Sontronics Drumpack Plus set and one Sontronics Orpheus as ambiance microphone. Recorded: without eq directly from audio interface to a DAW system. Taco use as drums and hardware; Gretsch drums, Istanbul agop cymbals, Remo Drumheads, VicFirth drumsticks, Gibraltar Hardware, Qsticks. More info about Taco Gorter: http://www.tacogorter.com
More info about the microphones he used can be found here.