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4/29/2013

Earlier this month, we posted this blog about using phantom powered microphones with our wireless XLR transmitters.  We got a great comment back, and I wanted to address the question using some new photos, read on! 

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RevoBlog
4/12/2013

As one of the Product Managers here at Revolabs, I am looking forward all the time, trying to figure out where the (wireless) audio market is going.  Which features do we need to add, what will be the next big requirement?  It is a difficult art form to get this done right – and I am the first one to admit that pretty often I don’t get it right.  I don’t see this as a problem though; I see this as an opportunity.

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4/8/2013

Last week in Part 1 of my blog, I discussed a recent Revolabs project that had 6 rooms, and needed more than 32 channels of Revolabs wireless microphones, (32 is the limit in North America according to all our documentation). Here is Part 2 of the blog where I reveal the solution to use 40 channels simultaneously:

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RevoBlog
4/5/2013

While most will agree that from time to time, a manufacturers’ marketing message, sales pitch or technical specifications might exhibit a certain degree of, shall we say, "Plasticity"; I feel compelled to set the record straight in regards to Revolabs’ ability to support multiple microphones in a single environment.  Since the launch our Executive HD platform in April of 2009, we have stated that we can support up to 32 channels of HD microphones in North America, and up to 40 Internationally.  Even though our website and all our marketing collateral say 32 and 40 channels respectfully, the truth is, sometimes we don't mean it.  Sometimes, we really mean more!

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3/15/2013

During my career, I’ve often heard that “putting skin in the game” is the key ingredient to making a relationship successful.  While many people believe this somewhat painful sounding phrase is tied to team sports, Warren Buffett actually referred to "skin" meaning equity and "the game", as the investment.  I get it.  I think most do to some level.  In today’s rollercoaster economy and ever changing competitive market though, it seems that Buffet’s example of shared equity and investment has unfortunately shifted somewhat into a one-sided expectation for some resellers and manufacturers, and this behavior is becoming more and more tolerated by both.

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RevoBlog
3/8/2013

Are you an Infocomm International Certified Technology Specialist? Do you also have your CTS-I (Installation) or CTS-D (Design) certificate? According to Infocomm's website, CTS certifications are awarded for a period of three years. To maintain your certification, you must complete minimum levels of continuing education during each three year period and must reaffirm your commitment to the CTS Code of Ethics and Conduct.  Meeting the renewal requirements for certification demonstrates your ongoing efforts to enhance the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to do your job correctly, and ethically.

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RevoBlog
3/1/2013

After a great Olympics and Paralympics in London this year the final stages draw of the Digital Dividend Review (DDR) conclude.

What is the DDR and how will it affect the use of wireless microphones?

The DDR was launched by OFCOM and the UK government to decide how to manage and then sell off parts of the radio spectrum for use with the Digital Switch Over (DSO) for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) and Mobile Data Services for the 4G Spectrum.

The key area for concern for Radio Microphone users is the sell off of Channel 69. The frequency range for this part of the spectrum is 854-862 MHz. If you are operating a radio mic in this frequency range you are likely to experience interference as the 4G network rolls out. This is not a UK only issue. All European territories work on the same frequency range so the roll-out of the 4G networks are happening at similar times. In the UK you should contact OFCOM for further details. For other European areas you should refer to your own National Frequency Control organisations.

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2/14/2013

Yes, I know, ISE 2013 was soo last month, but the marketing department (i.e. me) took a much needed vacation, missed the Blizzard here in New England, and I don't feel the least bit guilty about it. But it's time to get back to work, and it’s never too late to look at pictures, so I thought I'd give you a little taste of our presence at ISE in Amsterdam last month.   Overall, ISE 2013 was a great show for us. We had a busy week talking with new and existing customers, highlighting our new products - Executive HD MaxSecure with AES 256 security encryption, along with our Hybrid Microphones and Battery Charger all making it’s ISE debut. We had a lot of press meeting, and we’re excited to see all the coverage we get from our presence. Up next….Enterprise Connect 2013 in Orlando next month! Come check us out!

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RevoBlog
1/21/2013

For years, Revolabs has been asked to develop a product that could be listed on GSA contracts.  However, due to the way Revolabs products were manufactured, this was not an option.  This prevented us from touching a huge industry that would benefit from the superior audio our products offer. So, our operations team got together to brainstorm ways in which we could develop a process that meets the requirements outlined in the GSA Schedule 70 Information Technology (IT) Contract.

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1/11/2013

As Revolabs enters it’s eighth year of operations, our primary focus remains, bringing innovative and essential audio solutions to the market and continuous improvement in product quality and customer support. Because of these commitments, Revolabs continues to grow as a company worldwide.

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