Audio Connectors and Media Converter Asheville NC

In the following article, you will learn some information about audio connectors and media converter products in Asheville. These products are from Neutrik and Laird Telemedia.

Architectural Audio Video Designs
(828) 252-1249
319 Merrimon Avenue
Asheville, NC
Hi-Tech Systems
(828) 645-1104
215 A Haywood Street
Asheville, NC
Sound One
(828) 777-7214
39 Crestridge Drive
Asheville, NC
The Incorporated Design Group
(828) 251-5818
81 Broadway Street, Suite C
Asheville, NC
Garners Stereo Center, Inc.
(828) 650-9972
3706 Hendersonville Road
Fletcher, NC
Hi-Tech Integrated Systems, Inc
(828) 252-6001
215 A Haywood Street Hi-Tech Integrated Systems, Inc
Asheville, NC
(828) 687-2888
1900 Hendersonville Road, Suite 10
Asheville, NC
Best Buy
(828) 298-2330
Asheville, NC
Best Buy
(828) 684-0485
Arden, NC
d&b audiotechnik
30A Rosscraggon Rd
Asheville, NC

Audio Connectors and Media Converter

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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: April 1, 2006

By Pro AV Staff

Audio connectors

Neutrik has released its Shielded, Lighted, and Sealed EtherCon connectors. Designed for data rates up to Cat5, the Shielded connector provides a closed metal housing to combat EMI or crosstalk, according to the company. The Lighted connector (pictured here) includes two light pipes for 3 mm standard LEDs that indicate data transmission and status. Aimed at applications requiring data rates up to Cat5e, the Sealed connector eliminates EMI and crosstalk, according to the company. Price: N/A (all models). Availability: currently available (all models).

Media converter

Laird Telemedia's LTM-6000D media converter is a standalone device that supports multiple audio and video formats, including SDI, DV, component, S-video, AES/EBU digital audio, and balanced analog audio. The converter includes a timecode insertion feature and a web-style menu system. The LTM-6000D controls compatible equipment via FireWire, and offers full remote control through RS232 and proc-amp control. Price: N/A.

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