Las Vegas, NV (April 11, 2017)—Sennheiser and Neumann have unveiled their joint plans for NAB 2017, at which they will showcase solutions for motion picture production, mobile journalism, radio, TV, virtual reality productions, and personal use.
“Production technology today spans a wide range of applications, and therefore so does the audio technology Sennheiser and Neumann are showcasing,” explains Achim Gleissner, commercial manager, broadcast and media, at Sennheiser. “Whether you’re making a big-budget movie or filming a tutorial for your YouTube channel–a great audio solution will be at your fingertips at our NAB stand.”
The booth is divided into a number of areas to best showcase the breadth of solutions that Sennheiser and Neumann offer.
The “Filmset” area of the booth introduces visitors to the new Sennheiser Digital 6000 wireless system and the EK 6042 two-channel camera receiver, in addition to the Sennheiser MKH series shotgun microphones.
A typical audio desk has been recreated in the “OB van” section. Neumann monitors, such as the KH 120 active studio monitor and the new KH 80 DSP nearfield studio monitor feature alongside Sennheiser’s 6000 series rack receivers.
In “Radio World,” visitors can try out a selection of Neumann microphones including models from the BCM line. Meanwhile, an AMBEO showcase illustrates the AMBEO VR Mic, together with immersive content created with it.
The “Mobile Journalism” area introduces solutions such as Sennheiser’s wireless AVX systems and the iOS microphones (ClipMic digital, MKE 2 digital) that Sennheiser has developed with A/D conversion specialists Apogee.
In a special “Sports” area, Sennheiser will showcase the MKE 2 elements action microphone for the GoPro HERO4 camera, and demonstrate the advantages of a waterproof external microphone for recording action sports footage.