Rane RAD26 – The 1-cable drop RAD

If you need a break from reading, just watch this video introduction to the RAD26:

Rane’s new RAD26, a member of Rane’s HAL System provides enough audio and control I/O to support one room in a HAL audio system.

 Applications include:

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New Rane at Infocomm 2015

New for Rane’s HAL System:

Halogen 6.0’s Event Manager and Generate List button. And the new RAD16z.

Get all the details in this video:

Shipping now – the FIR Filter Import DSP block, the EXP2x Dante interface for the HAL1x & the DR6 Touchscreen.

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DR6 touch screen & Web Controls programming in Halogen 5.0

Halogen 5.0 uses the same Control Page Designer interface so you can create control pages, then assign them to Web Controls (smart phones, tablets or PC web browsers) or to one or more DR6 remotes, or to both. This tutorial video details all the steps to create pages, link controls, create user logins and assign both users and/or DR6 remotes to the suite of pages you create.

DR6 and RPI CAT 5e distance

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Rane EXP2x Dante Programming Intro

EXP2x Dante Expander for the HAL1x

Setting up Rane’s EXP2x requires a different workflow in Halogen than all other HAL devices. In Halogen 5.0 there are only three things to do with the EXP2x. All other set up, routing, naming and troubleshooting steps require Audinate’s Dante Controller software. All parameter settings in the live Dante devices and network are pushed from Dante Controller to the EXP2x. Thus, Halogen software receives real-time updates from the network.

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CAF Group Specifications for Rane Amplifiers

Audio product specifications always seem contentious. But they should be more like Cheerios – they are what they are. The trouble with audio specs is that not all companies follow standards on measuring and especially publishing specifications with the detail required to make them useful. To make valid comparisons between different products, or implement them in systems effectively, the details are imperative. It’s still mostly a free-for-all – especially with the exaggerated “marketing” numbers often seen.CAF Group Continue reading

EXP2x Dante Expander Voted Best of Show

According to engineers and industry experts and Sound and Video Contractor magazine, the EXP2x is one of the 31 Best of Show products at InfoComm this year.

See the full story & list here.

See the latest HAL System announcements here.

Need AEC for your Shure SCM820 Dante mixers? We thought so.

Need AEC for your Shure SCM820 Dante mixers? We thought so.

 

New HAL System Products for InfoComm 2014

How did we improve a product by 750 times? That’s 57.5 dB better. And don’t worry, the accounting department checked and double checked our math here, so you know it’s gotta be good.Math

Here’s an informal video slide deck of three new products.

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Rane ships new Halogen 4.0, EXP7x & HAL4 on HALloween

HAL4, EXP7x & Halogen 4.0 ship on HALoween

HAL4, EXP7x & Halogen 4.0 ship on HALoween

He not someone dressed as a UPS driver for Halloween. It’s Rane’s first HAL4 and EXP7x products shipping. Included in the box, and on Rane’s website is Halogen 4.0 software that adds support for the Web Controls feature in any HAL ever shipped. A firmware update to existing HAL devices allows customizable web page creation within Halogen. Run the custom page(s) on any smartphone, tablet or computer’s web browser (yellow stickies optional).

7 Simultaneous Wireless Control Devices (… because you can)

7 Simultaneous Wireless Control Devices (because you can)

Here’s a Halogen tutorial video explaining how to setup a HAL4 with custom Web Controls:

7 Simultaneous Wireless Control Devices (because you can)

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Video Introduction to the 512×512 Expansion Bus for the HAL1x

HAL1x Expansion Bus - daisy-chain up to 32 EXP devices, in any combination.

HAL1x Expansion Bus – daisy-chain up to 32 EXP devices, in any combination.

I know, you were sad that you missed my PowerPoint presentation at Rane’s InfoComm Booth in Orlando a few weeks ago because you had to golf. Or was it Disney World, or drinks with your industry pals? Or was it because your boss sent those other co-workers from the Sydney office?

Either way, don’t fret. I recorded the PowerPoint presentation without the convention center background noise. Continue reading