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Articles Jan-Feb 2023

Creating State-of-the-Art AUDIOVISUAL Experiences Surrounding The Statue of Unity New!

In PALM + AV-ICN's conference session titled 'AV Architect of the Year', Narendra Naidu, Chairman and MD, Rhino Engineers, talks about rendering jaw-dropping audiovisual technology for Gujarat's Statue of Unity and several other projects situated in its periphery... read more

Articles Jan-Feb 2023

Udaipur City Palace Comes Alive with Splat Studio & Dataton New!

Splat Studio makes use of Dataton's Watchout software to highlight India's culture and heritage on the palace's facade

The G20 Sherpa Meet in Udaipur, India witnessed a congregation of world leaders, who partook in key conversations on sustainable lifestyle, technological transformations, and more. The City of Lakes - the host of the G20 Sherpa Meet... read more

Articles Jan-Feb 2023

AV Innovations Galore at ISE Barcelona 2023 New!

ISE Barcelona 2023, held from January 31 - February 3, 2023 in Barcelona, Spain, witnessed a record-breaking footfall over the four-day show. Clocking in at 58,107 unique attendees from 155 countries around the world, the ISE Barcelona 2023 not only gave the global AV industry a much-needed push in the right direction after the two-year long COVID-19 pandemic... read more

Articles Jan-Feb 2023

BRINGING SOUND TO LIFE: Ashish Saksena on his Love & Passion for Live Sound Mixing New!

With more than 25 years of experience as a live sound engineer for musical stalwarts such as Shankar Ehsaan Loy and KK, Ashish Saksena has forged his craftsmanship with technical acumen in monitor mixing and Front of House mixing. But his expertise in sound engineering isn't restricted to the live stage. Even in the studio, Ashish knows how to make the mix dance to his own tunes. read more

Articles Nov-Dec 2022

Leading with LED New!

PALM + AV-ICN reports on the latest popular, reliable, and cost-effective LED video walls available in the Indian pro AV industry today. From Barco's TruePix to NEC E Series, these indoor LED video walls are here to change the conferencing game in the long run. read more

Articles Nov-Dec 2022

An 'AV'ant-Garde Fusion of Nature & Technology New!

Gujarat has always been a home to the greatest minds who believe in the concept of 'simple living, high thinking'. Be it Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, and India's current Prime Minister,Narendra Modi - these individuals have been a testimony to how a human being... read more

Articles Nov-Dec 2022

Active LED Video Walls - Demystifying The AV Enigma by Abdul Waheed, CTS, Managing Director, EYTE Technologies Pvt. Ltd. New!

The ever changing video market is reaching new heights with active LED video walls. From projection to plasma displays; LCD to LED, the continuous journey for large size display wall is always challenging. The indirect light of projection system, to the thick breaking lines of Bezel in LCD and LED is always disturbing the impact of the high resolution content. The cost of Micro LED panels and the alignment issues didn't allow it to be a success. read more

Articles Nov-Dec 2022

On Delivering Quality Mega Scale AV Projects in India New!

The PALM + AV-ICN conference session witnessed a panel of AV experts, Prashanth Govindhan, Claron D'souza, Abdul Waheed, and Kapil Thirwani sit for a dialogue on the evolution of Indian AV industry, how it differs from AV industries in other countries, and how moral is the concept of jugaad in the Indian AV sphere. In this article, read the highlights of the talk. read more

Articles Nov-Dec 2022

Mondosonic Studios' Varun Krrishna on Preferring Analog-Over-Digital SetupNew!

Varun Krrishna is not just a mixing engineer and music producer out of profession, but also out of passion. With an ardent love for music, Varun Krrishna is also the founder and owner of Mondosonic Studios in Kerala, a space he has built for music to breathe free. So, it isn’t a surprise that the man of music is always in a quest to stay abreast with the latest trends in the world of acoustics, and knows just how big the spatial audio boom is. To encapsulate the essence of spatial sound, Varun Krrishna is upgrading Mondosonic Studios with an extension for spatial audio. read more

Articles Nov-Dec 2022

Dialing it up: Ashish Saksena on how Monitor Mixing can Elevate a PerformanceNew!

What does it take to create a technically accurate monitor mix and put the stage performance on a pedestal? Ashish Saksena, Live Sound Engineer for Shankar Ehsaan Loy & Late KK, spills the beans on crafting a good monitor mix in PALM + AV-ICN conference session titled, 'How Good Monitor Mixing Can Boost A Performance.'read more

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Microphones are one of the main gears of any event, whether it is performances, lectures, etc. For most of these events high-quality sound is required. PT brings to you a line-up of some popular microphones for Theatres and Auditoriums.

Earthworks FlexMic Series

The Earthworks FM Series models offer you a variety of choices with fully flexible goosenecks or goosenecks with rigid centers that have flex at both ends. All models have smaller diameter goosenecks and are available in either cardioid or hyper-cardioid polar patterns.

Earthworks FlexMics can be used in churches, theatres, boardrooms, and more.

Main Features include:

  • Uniform Frequency Response at 0º, 45º & 90º
  • On or Off Axis, Always Hear the Orator
  • More Gain Before Feedback
  • No Handling Noise
  • 139dB SPL Max Acoustic Input
  • 20kHz High Frequency Response
  • Incredible RFI Rejection
  • FM Series: Available with Fully Flexible Gooseneck in Short or Medium Lengths
  • FMR Series: Available with Rigid Gooseneck with flex at both ends, in Short, Medium or Long Length

Technical Specification: (FM 500)

  • Frequency Response: 50Hz to beyond 20kHz ± 2dB@ 30cm
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid or Hyper-cardioid
  • Sensitivity: 10mV/Pa (-40dBV/Pa)
  • Power Requirements: 48V Phantom, 10mA
  • Max Acoustic Input: 145dB SPL
  • Connector: XLR-3 (pin 2+)
  • Min Output Load: 600 ohms between pins 2 & 3
  • Noise: 22dB SPL equivalent (A weighted)
  • Gooseneck: Fully flexible gooseneck
  • Dimensions: Base diameter is 22mm (.860”); Lengths 14.2in. (360mm) & 19.7in. (500mm)
  • Weight: 0.31b. (137g)

Sennheiser SKM 6000

The handheld transmitter SKM 6000 is intermodulation-free, which allows operation in an equidistant frequency grid. The transmission concept thereby permits maximum spectral efficiency even in the toughest frequency ranges. In short: more channels, maximum transmission performance at all times and hence outstanding signal stability.

Main Features include:

  • Three frequency variations (470-558 MHz, 550-638 MHz, 630-718 MHz)
  • Sennheiser standard capsule interface, compatible with microphone heads from Sennheiser and Neumann
  • Highly effective intermodulation protection
  • AES 256 encryption and Digital 9000 encryption
  • Compatible with EK 6042 and EM 9046 in Long Range mode
  • Li-ion battery packs with 5.5 hours run time
  • Magnesium housing

Technical Specification:

Frequency range

  • 470 to 718 MHz, subdivided into 3 ranges:
  • SKM 6000 A1 - A4: 470 - 558 MHz
  • SKM 6000 A5 - A8: 550 - 638 MHz
  • SKM 6000 B1 - B4: 630 - 718 MHz

Audio codec

  • SeDAC (Sennheiser Digital Audio Codec)
  • SePAC (Sennheiser Performance Audio Codec)

Frequency stability

  • < 5 ppm


  • 25 kHz steps

Lower cut-off-frequency

  • Adjustable: 60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 120 Hz

Audio frequency response

  • 30 Hz - 20 kHz (3 dB)

Audio Gain

  • Can be set in 3 dB steps from 0 dB to +62 dB (for each capsule)

RF output power

  • 25 mW rms, 50 mW peak

Power consumption

  • Max. 960 mW


  • Approx. 350 g


  • 270 x 40 mm

DPA 2028 Vocal Mic

The 2028 Vocal Microphone is a professional stage mic with extraordinary natural sound, high separation from nearby sound sources and very high SPL handling.

The mic features exceptionally controlled directional quality. This, combined with superb definition and true dynamics, makes the 2028 the perfect match for all types of live performances.

Main Features include:

  • Renowned DPA sound
  • Natural vocals – from folk to metal
  • Reduces feedback issues
  • Rugged enough for the live stage
  • Uniform supercardioid directionality
  • Extreme SPL handling

Technical Specifications :

  • Directional Pattern: Supercardioid
  • Principle of Operation: Pressure Gradient
  • Cartridge Type: Pre-Polarized Condenser
  • Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Effective Frequency Range ±2 dB, at 12 cm (4.7 in) : 100 Hz - 16 kHz. Permanent 3rd order low-cut filter at 80 Hz
  • Sensitivity, Nominal, ±3 dB at 1 kHz: 5 mV/Pa; -46 dB re. 1 V/Pa
  • Equivalent Noise Level, A-weighted: Typ. 22 dB(A) re. 20 µPa (max. 23 dB(A))
  • Distortion, THD < 1%: 136 dB SPL RMS, 139 dB SPL peak
  • Dynamic Range: Typ. 117 dB
  • Max. SPL, THD 10%: 160 dB SPL peak
  • Rated Output Impedance: 150 Ω
  • Minimum Load Impedance: 1 kΩ
  • Cable Drive Capability: 100 m (328 ft)
  • Output Balance Principle: Impedance balancing with Active Drive
  • Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) : > 50 dB at 1 kHz
  • Power Supply (for full performance) : P48 (Phantom Power)
  • Current Consumption: Max 2.5 mA
  • Connector: XLR-3M. Pin 1: shield, Pin 2: signal + phase, Pin 3: - phase
  • Color: Matte black
  • Weight: 286 g (10.1 oz)
  • Microphone Diameter: 48 mm (1.9 in)
  • Capsule Diameter: 19 mm (0.75 in)
  • Microphone Length: 188 mm (7.4 in)
  • Maximum Output Voltage, RMS: 9 Vrms; 19 dBV; 28 dBu
  • Polarity: +V at pin 2 for positive sound pressure
  • Temperature Range: -40°C to 45°C (-40°F to 113°F)
  • Relative Humidity (RH) : Up to 90 %

Harman AKG C636

The C636 features a proprietary double shock suspension system which provides unparalleled rejection of handling noise. Made with hand-selected components and manually tuned for a pure transparent tone, the new C636 retains the spirit of the classic AKG C535 condenser microphone, while being updated to meet the demands of today’s top vocal performers.

Main Features include:

  • Uniform cardioid polar pattern throughout the entire frequency spectrum
  • Custom-tuned cardioid condenser capsule
  • Protection system consists of the grille, a foam layer behind the grille and a magnetically attached computer-modeled mesh layer on top of the capsule
  • Rugged zinc alloy construction and a spring steel grille
  • 24-carat gold plated capsule to protect the microphone against moisture and corrosion
  • Proprietary double shock suspension system

Technical Specifications :

  • Type: 3/4” Back Electret Condenser
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Sensitivity (Cardioid): 5.6 Mv/Pa (-45 Dbv)
  • Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 Khz (See Frequency Response Trace)
  • Electrical Impedance: ≤ 200 Ohms
  • Recommended Load Impedance: ≥ 2000 Ohms
  • Equivalent Noise Level to LEC 60268-4: 20 Db(A)
  • Signal to Noise: 74 Db(A) Re 1 Pa
  • Max. SPL for 1% THD: 150 Db
  • Temperature Range: -10 °C To +60 °C (14 °F - 140 °F)
  • Phantom Powering: 48 V ±4 V to IEC 61938
  • Current Consumption: ≤ 4 Ma
  • Connector: 3-Pin XLR (Pin 2 Hot)
  • Length: 185 Mm (7.29 In.)
  • Diameter: 51 Mm (2.01 In.)
  • Net Weight: 312 G (11 Oz.)
  • Bass Cut Pad: 80 Hz, 12 Db/Octave
  • Box Dimensions (L X W X H): 25.5 X 8 X 8 Cm (10 X 3.2 X 3.2 In.)

MX MDR Superlux TM-58S

TM58 series cardioid dynamic microphones are designed for speech and performance and deliver authentic sound without any unnecessary sound coloration. Equipped with tailored diaphragm and precise directivity, TM58 series give full and powerful sound. The high SPL and high-grade transient response of TM58 series compared with other microphones makes stage performances strong and penetrating.

Main Features include:

  • Balanced and clear true sound
  • Frequency response is good for intelligent recognition and the mid- high-frequency band is bright, the low frequency band is solid powerful
  • High SPL capacity
  • On/off switch with locking function
  • Newly-designed capsule shock mount

Technical Specifications:

  • Type: Dynamic
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Frequency Response: 50-18k Hz
  • Sensitivity: -52± 2 dB
  • Impedance: 500 Ohms
  • Max. SPL: 155 dB

Shure SLX – D

From lecture halls to houses of worship to performance venues, SLX-D delivers transparent, 24-bit digital audio and rock-solid RF performance with easy setup and rechargeability options in a suite of versatile wireless system configurations.

Main Features include:

  • Extended 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency range (microphone dependent)
  • 120 dB dynamic range
  • Digital predictive switching diversity
  • 44 MHz tuning bandwidth (region dependent)
  • 32 available channels per frequency band (region dependent)
  • Up to 10 compatible systems per 6MHz TV band; 12 systems per 8 MHz band
  • Easy pairing of transmitters and receivers over IR scan and sync
  • Up to 8 hours from 2 AA batteries or optional Shure SB903 rechargeable battery

Technical Specifications:


  • RF Carrier Frequency Range: 470–937.5 MHz (Varies by Region).
  • Working Range: 100 m (328 ft) Note: Actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection and interference.
  • RF Tuning Step Size: JB Band: 125 kHz; All Other Bands: 25 kHz; Varies by region.
  • Image Rejection: >70 dB typical
  • RF Sensitivity: -97 dBm at 10-5 BER


  • Latency: 3.2 ms
  • Audio Frequency Response: 20 Hz–20 kHz (+1, -2 dB)
  • Audio Dynamic Range
  • A-weighted, typical: 120 dB @1% THD
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.02%
  • System Audio Polarity: XLR: Positive pressure on microphone diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 with respect to pin 3 of XLR output.

    TRS: Positive pressure on microphone diaphragm produces positive voltage on the tip of the 6.35 mm (1/4-inch) with respect to the ring of the 6.35 mm output.

  • Mic Offset Range: 0 to 21 dB (in 3 dB steps)


  • Operating Temperature Range: 0 °F to 122 °F (-18 °C to 50 °C)
  • Storage Temperature Range: -20°F to 165°F (-29°C to 74°C)

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