Cleveland, Ohio (August 3, 2006)–Heil PR40 microphones were chosen in a recent upgrade of the Alan Freed Radio Studio at the Rock Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, OH. Featuring six PR40 large diaphragm, dynamic microphones with Heil PL-2T Topless booms, the studio offers programming over SIRUS Satellite Radio.
“The PR40 makes me sound fabulous,” said disk jockey Dusty Street. “I absolutely love this microphone. We replaced our old microphones, which by the way were considered to be the industry standard, and the difference is like night and day. The Alan Freed studio is very large for a radio studio and its not acoustically forgiving. Before the Heil mics were installed you could hear the ambient noise from the air conditioning, computers and outboard gear. With the PR40s I sound like I am in a soundproof studio. The other thing about these mics is that they are very directional and provide a very high output. For my money, the Heil PR40 is the new standard.”
Satellite Radio and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum have teamed up making SIRIUS, the Official Satellite Radio Partner of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. SIRIUS radio hosts broadcast live coast-to-coast on a daily basis from the Museum’s Alan Freed Studio. SIRIUS also produces exclusive programs and events related to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s inductees, as well as live performances from the Museum.
Dusty Street can be heard on SIRUS radio broadcast from the Rock Hall at 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.
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