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The HHB Stand C40 forms a focal point for broadcast audio at BVE. Celebrating
35 years in business and proud sponsors of the BVE Audio Room, HHB exhibits
alongside its Soho-based subsidiary Scrub, with experienced personnel on hand
to explain the latest developments in audio technology.

Whether in a live real-time environment or file-based post production
workflow, the requirement to produce multichannel audio formats while
ensuring a high quality stereo mix places considerable additional pressures
on technical and craft engineers. Thankfully, at BVE, HHB has brought
together the latest audio tools to make the engineer¹s life easier.

For loudness monitoring and correction, look no further than Dolby¹s new
DP568 which provides reference decoding of all Dolby transmission formats,
and TC Electronic¹s new TM9 touch-screen multi-channel meter and loudness
radar plus 1U LM2 loudness correction tool.

Hot on the heels of Avid¹s new Pro Tools 9 native hardware and software
comes Soundfield¹s UPM-1 stereo-to-5.1 upmix plug-in which enables stereo
files to be seamlessly blended with original surround sound during post
production.

In addition, HHB also has four new exciting products on hand from Wohler.
The groundbreaking AMP2-E16V-3G audio monitoring unit, a portable loudness
analyser called Pandora, Presto - an innovative 16-2 3G/HD/SD-SDI video
source selector and the MADI-8 MADI monitoring controller.

Speaking at BVE, HHB Director of Sales Martin O¹Donnell says, "Understanding
the real value a piece of technology can bring to any given audio
application is a key driver in our approach to recommending new hardware and
software. We want to ensure that our customers get the best return on their
investment".

Visiting delegates are invited to pick up a free copy of the HHB Catalogue
2011, which is now available in both print and digital formats, and also
on-line at www.hhb.co.uk

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