Idle: 24.2 BTU/hr; 7.1 WMax: 53.4 BTU/hr; 15.6 W
Yes. The Webster model number was SS667. Webster purchased this OEM microphone from Shure in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The mic was packaged with specific Webster tape recorders and other products. The only difference between...
Idle: 23.3 BTU/hr; 6.8 WMax: 25.6 BTU/hr; 7.6 W
The SBRC can be monitored and controlled via a control system, such as AMX, Crestron, or Extron.Below is a PDF of the command strings.
The Shure Model 50 and the Model 5, Shure’s first ribbon microphones, were introduced in 1939. See the attached User Guides below.
Yes, the M100W and M100L consisted of a turntable, amplifier, and loudspeakers. M100W and M100L Literature.
Axient Analog (AXT100, AXT200, AXT400) were discontinued in Jan 2019.
A likely reason for this is the computer's firewall blocking specific ports. Make certain the computer's firewall has port 8180 TCP open.
Created in 1988, the TTR-121 was designed to test trackability, i.e., the ability for the stylus to maintain contact with the record groove. The record label had a strobe pattern for setting turntable speed. Both sides of the 33 1/...