Recent Posts tagged with onfield audio

DPA Intros CORE Mics for Onfield Audio

Danish manufacturer DPA Microphones used the recent AES Show in New York to introduce its CORE microphone-amplifier technology. The point of CORE is to reduce distortion and increase dynamic range, thereby increasing clarity and intelligibility. Although that’s a desirable goal for the traditional theatrical and general-broadcast applications of DPA’s lavalier microphones, the company is also […]  More

Politeness Pays Off for Canadian Onfield Audio

If Canadian sports viewers get a bit more real-time, up-close sound from the field, the pitch, or the rink, it may be because of a subtle but significant cultural difference. Unlike in the U.S., where leagues and networks keep a tight leash on on-field and player audio, sound gathered from the sidelines of Canadian baseball, […]  More

Tech Focus: Bodypacks, Part 1 — Transmitters Boost Use of Onfield Audio

Onfield audio — wiring players, coaches, and officials for sound — has captured sports viewers’ imaginations like few other innovations in broadcasting in recent years. As broadcast sports heads toward the era of immersive sound, those who make the wireless systems that make onfield audio possible see that trend accelerating. In addition, as the next […]  More

Canadian Football League Downplays Onfield Audio

The Canadian Football League is back in season, and, if not bigger than ever, it’s at least as big as ever: it numbers nine teams for the first time since 2005, with the addition of the Ottawa RedBlacks; has a 20-week schedule, one week longer than last season’s; and has put contentious collective-bargaining negotiations behind […]  More

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