Recent Posts tagged with Quantum 5X

SVG SportsTech On Demand: Quantum5X’s Paul Johnson Dives Deep Into the Q5X Digital Encrypted Transmitter, CoachMic, RCAS

In an effort to keep the broadcast-technology community informed this spring, throughout April, SVG is hosting a series of SportsTech On Demand video interviews with executives from the industry’s top technology vendors discussing their latest product releases and company news. Our Dan Daley sat down with Paul Johnson, CEO, Quantum 5X about the company’s efforts. In this […]  More

Close-Up Sound Enhances Connection Between Athlete and Fan

Close-up and on-player audio — also known as miked-up sound — is transitioning from a novelty used for special events to an integral part of regular broadcast-sports audio. It’s still subject to an array of controls, including by leagues and teams, and even individual athletes, but it has become clear that viewers are responding to […]  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

Live From MLB All-Star: Game Audio Is More Comprehensive Than Ever

Broadcast audio for today’s MLB All-Star Game will have more sound sources than ever before. In a strategy devised jointly by Fox Sports and the league, nearly two dozen new microphone locations have been installed in San Diego’s Petco Park. Up to 16 new microphones are buried, in pairs to achieve a stereo image, in the outfield […]  More

Quantum 5X, PWS To Intro Golf Hole Mic at U.S. Open

With players, backboards, helmets, and seemingly every possible position on a track, field, and court already wired for sound, you might wonder, where else can sports producers stick a microphone? The answer will come next week, with the start of the USGA’s 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, WA (June […]  More

X Games Takes Audio a Little Closer to the Edge

ESPN’s X Games franchise has been a laboratory for extreme sports. This year’s event (June 4-7, in Austin, TX), for example, witnessed the debut of Big Air Doubles on the MegaRamp, matching up four teams comprising one skateboarder and one BMX rider each. But the coverage has also been notable for the broadcast technology and […]  More

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