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Posted 01/26/18
It’s NAMM 2018, and you know what that means: Guitars, guitars, and more guitars—and basses! With that in mind, B&H’s very own Aaron Belinfanti took a run around the showroom to show you six of our favorite entries this year. First, you’ll see new extended-range multiscale guitars from ESP, some with pickup options from Fishman and Bare Knuckle. You’ll also note our exposé on Boss Katana Amps and Waza Craft stompboxes. Will we profile new iRig gear from IK Multimedia, Line 6’s HX Effects, and more! Or is this video actually an elaborate, pun-based ruse to foist our six favorite plectra upon you? Watch the video to find out...
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Posted 01/03/18
Join B&H’s Rob Rives as he shows off two new Lectrosonics transmitters: The SMWB and the SMDWB. The only difference between these two transmitters is the battery capacity, with the SMDWB providing room for an additional AA battery to increase your operating time. Watch as Rives demonstrates the switchable output power of these units, as well as their ability to record audio in situations where transmitting sound is impossible.
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Posted 11/15/17
Watch B&H’s Rob Rives as he walks you through using the Sound Devices MixPre 10-T, a multi-channel audio recorder and USB interface. As you hear the dulcet tones of his voice through the unit’s Kashmir mic preamps, Rives will expound on the device’s channel count, I/O combinations, Timecode capabilities, 32-bit A/D conversion, control methodologies, and more. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 06/02/16
Join B&H’s own Robert Rives as he discusses how to improve upon your smartphone’s microphone for Facebook Live. In this video, Robert test-drives three microphones tailor-made for mobile devices: the MXL MM130, the MXL MM110 Boundary mic, and the Shure MV5. 
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Posted 05/21/15
In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, demonstrates the d:fine IN-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphone from DPA. Rives explores the headset’s design, interchangeable microphone capsules, and the available physical variations for using the headset in your production. He also showcases features that make the headset comfortable to wear, for example, how the modular design makes it easy for the user to replace parts as needed to repair the headset over time. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 04/22/15
Lewitt has used NAB 2015 to show off its DGT 650 USB Microphone, which boasts 4 recording modes to help optimize the mic for different applications. A built-in rechargeable battery that powers the mic adds to its portability, as well, so you don’t have to sap your computer or iOS device’s power. The LCT 550 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone, which has an impressive 0 dB level of self noise, is extremely quiet. 
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Posted 04/17/15
Azden is showcasing some new wares at this year’s NAB convention, aimed directly at on-site recording. The SGM-250 shotgun mic employs a metal-alloy body with a newly designed microphone element aimed at doing what you want a good shotgun mic to do: provide a wide frequency response with low noise and high SPL handling, all while rejecting side image, all while operating on either phantom power or a single battery. The company has also unveiled an update to its popular FMX-42 with the FMX-42u, which now features analog-to-digital conversion for providing backups. 
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Posted 04/16/15
Rob Rives, of B&H, chats with Jeff Laity, of Tascam, about the company’s newly announced budget-minded TM-80 Studio Condenser Microphone, which is designed to be a workhorse for vocals, instruments, strings, and podcasters without breaking the bank. Also, Tascam is showing off the latest addition to its stalwart Portastudio line, giving you the ability to track directly to an SD card in 24-bit quality, in addition to a number of other upgrades.
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Posted 04/16/15
DPA microphones are known for their reference-quality clarity, providing accurate sonic reproduction. At this year’s NAB, the company has announced an addition to its d:facto line, in the form of an interview microphone. Like your typical handheld interview mic, it boasts an omnidirectional polar pattern, giving you freedom of movement while interviewing. DPA has employed a number of wind and handling-noise suppression techniques to help the mic be as quiet as possible in the field.  Please check back for pricing and availability.
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Posted 04/15/15
In broadcasting, it seems there is always a debate as to what kind of microphone is best to use—dynamic or condenser. Both have a list of pros and cons for any given broadcast application, and with the newly announced BP40 Large Diaphragm Dynamic Broadcast Microphone, it appears Audio-Technica is looking to combine the best of both worlds into a dynamic package. The mic sports a large (for a dynamic mic) 37.5mm diaphragm that provides some condenser-like articulation without betraying the low-end oomph of a dynamic. If you do need to tame that low end because of a rumbling room or extra-boomy voice, the mic does have a selectable high-pass filter. Also featured in the video is a look at the new AT2020USBi, a refresh to their popular USB mic that sees no changes to the capsule or sound capture quality, but an increase of its maximum sampling rate to 24-bit/96 kHz and the inclusion of both USB and Lightning connectors for hooking directly up to your iOS devices. Please check back for pricing and availability.
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