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CBAA & Converge Conference

CBAA & Converge Conference

Broadcast Components were pleased to exhibit at two fantastic conferences at the end of 2019.

The CBAA conference took place October 24-27th in Melbourne 2019. Broadcast Components were pleased to present a technical Q & A, as well as showcase some of the many products we have on offer. Thankyou to every one who took the time to come and say hello, as well as discuss infrastructure planning for 2020.

Products shown at the conferences included:

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  • Broadcast Component’s Wireless Audio Kit
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Broadcast Components then travelled to the Northern Territory to attend the First Nations Media Conference, CONVERGE, 27th – 29th November 2019 in Alice Springs. We were fortunate to be given a tour of the 8CCC Studios during the conference.


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Solidyne DX822 – Digital and Analog Mixing Console

AEQ Systel IP 16 – Intercom System

AEQ Systelset+ – Handset

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AEQ Forum IP Split – Digital Mixing Console

Broadcast Component’s OB kit – portable & complete Outside Broadcasting Kit

Sennheiser HMD300 Pro – Broadcast Headset

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