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used recording equipment for sale






    recording equipment
  • recorder: equipment for making records

  • The equipment used to record an interview. It may be in analog or digital format and is either audio or video. The use of broadcast-quality equipment and an external microphone are highly recommended. For a more detailed discussion, see Section 5.





    for sale
  • For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.

  • purchasable: available for purchase; "purchasable goods"; "many houses in the area are for sale"

  • For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2000.











used recording equipment for sale - Shure Beta




Shure Beta 58A Supercardioid Dynamic Microphone


Shure Beta 58A Supercardioid Dynamic Microphone



The Shure Beta 58A is a high output supercardioid dynamic vocal microphone designed for professional sound reinforcement and project studio recording. It has become a leading choice among vocalists and touring professionals worldwide.

Consistently excellent performance has made Beta microphones the choice of top performers worldwide. Renowned for their warmth, presence and sensitivity to fine detail, Beta cartridge configurations and carefully tailored response curves are as distinctive as the artists who prefer them. All models feature maximum isolation and minimum off-axis coloration.
The Shure Beta 58A® is a high-output supercardioid dynamic vocal microphone designed for professional sound reinforcement and project studio recording. It has become a leading choice among vocalists and touring professionals worldwide.
The Beta 58A maintains a true supercardioid pattern throughout its frequency range. This insures high gain before feedback, maximum isolation from other sound sources, and minimum off-axis tone coloration. The Beta 58A has a shaped frequency response that is ideal for close–up vocals. The superb performance of this microphone is not affected by rough handling because of its rugged construction, proven shock mount system, and hardened steel mesh grille.
Feature List

Frequency response tailored for vocals, with brightened midrange and bass rolloff to control proximity effect
Uniform supercardioid pattern for high gain before feedback and superior rejection of off–axis sound
Neodymium magnet for high signal–to–noise output
Hardened steel mesh grille that resists wear and abuse
Advanced pneumatic shock mount system that minimizes transmission of mechanical noise and vibration
Minimally effected by varying load impedance
Legendary Shure quality and reliability

Designed for professional sound reinforcement and project studio recording Shure Beta 58A high-output supercardioid dynamic vocal microphone is a great choice for vocalists and touring professionals. Maintaining a true supercardioid pattern throughout its frequency range, the Beta 58A insures high gain before feedback, maximum isolation from other sound sources, and minimum off-axis tone coloration. It has a shaped frequency response that is ideal for close-up vocals. And its rugged construction, proven shock mount system, and hardened steel mesh grille make it great for use on the stage.


The Shure Beta 58A vocal microphone.


Frequency response.


Polar pattern.
Key Features
Frequency response tailored for vocals, with brightened midrange and bass rolloff to control proximity effect
Uniform supercardioid pattern for high gain before feedback and superior rejection of off-axis sound
Neodymium magnet for high signal-to-noise output
Hardened steel mesh grille that resists wear and abuse
Advanced pneumatic shock mount system that minimizes transmission of mechanical noise and vibration
Minimally effected by varying load impedance
Specifications
Polar Pattern: Supercardioid, rotationally symmetrical about microphone axis, uniform with frequency.
Output Level (at 1,000 Hz): Open Circuit Voltage: -51.5 dBV/Pa* (2.6 mV) *1 Pa = 94 dB SPL
Impedance: Rated impedance is 150 ohms (290 ohms actual) for connection to microphone inputs rated low Z Phasing. Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 with respect to pin 3.
Case: Silver blue enamel-painted die cast metal with hardened, matte-finished, spherical steel mesh grille.
Adjustable, Stand Adapter: Slip-in microphone mounting, unbreakable, adjustable through 180 degrees with standard 5/8"-27 thread, black finish.
Weight: 9.92 ounces










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Council Connection for Monday, June 6




Council Connection for Monday, June 6





During its regularly scheduled meeting held on Monday, June 6, City Council received a summary report on the Preliminary Fiscal Year 2012 Budget, reviewed proposed amendments to the City's architectural design standards, saluted a retiring colleague, and administered the oath of office to four Councilmen.

Here are some actions City Council took during the meeting:

*Held a swearing-in ceremony for Councilmen Bobby Marshall, of District A, Don Smith, of District B, Robin Elackatt, of District C and Floyd Emery, of District D. Marshall was reelected to a second term in the May 14 General Election; Smith and Elackatt were unopposed in their district races and Emery was elected for his first term in the May 14 referendum. Councilman Brett Kojala, who represented District D for 12 years, has retired.

*Presented a special tribute to Councilman Kolaja, featuring proclamations commending his "exemplary service, wise judgment, dedication and experience" from Congressman Al Green, State Sen. Rodney Ellis, State Rep. Charlie Howard, State Sen. Joan Huffman, State Rep. Ron Reynolds, City Council and the Missouri City Police Officers Association.

"We can't have a first class City without a first class Mayor and Council; thanks for your first class work," Rep. Green said during his salute to Kolaja, who served six terms. "You were here before there was a toll road and you helped make it possible; you were here before we had some of these improvements to the infrastructure of the City and you helped make them happen; and you're now the Mayor Pro Tem; we are honored by your service." To further recognize Kolaja for his dedication to the citizens and the City, Green gifted the Councilman and his wife, Rebecca, with a flag that has flown over the capitol in Washington, D.C. at the Congressman's request.

State Rep. Ron Reynolds, who also attended the celebration and read a declaration from the Texas House of Representatives, hailed Kolaja's "efforts in helping to make the City a better place to live and work. We honor him for his committed public service and wish him continued success."

And, on behalf of City Council, Mayor Owen paid homage to Kolaja, touting his record of excellence. Brett has always been dedicated to "the best interests of the community," Owen shared, "and he's worked constantly for the betterment of the economic, cultural and aesthetic development of our City." The Kolajas also received a momentous present from Council-a customized rocking chair the couple will use when spending precious time with their new grandchild.

Expressing gratitude for the fond farewell, Kolaja said he was thankful for having had the opportunity to serve the residents of Missouri City, saying, "This has been a tremendous honor and really a blessing." He also credited the City's continued progress to the teamwork of City Council and Staff.

*Elected Councilman Jerry Wyatt to serve as Mayor Pro Tem; he will preside over meetings in Mayor Owen's absence.

*Received an overview of the Preliminary Fiscal Year 2012 Budget from City Manager Frank Simpson. The $32.1 million blueprint, which would go into effect July 1 if approved by City Council on June 20, includes the following highlights:

*The tax rate is planned to stay steady at the existing rate of 52.84 cents.

*Property tax, sales tax and franchise fee income is estimated to remain virtually flat at $14.74 million, $6 million, and $3.27 million, respectively. Overall, budgeted revenues are estimated to be $30,859,021, a 1.5 percent increase ($468,379) from the 2011 original budget and 5.04 percent less ($1,636,503) than the 2009 original budget.

*The City fund balance is estimated to be at 21.67 percent, remaining within the 15 percent to 25 percent range of budgeted revenues established by policy. The preliminary 2012 spending plan utilizes $1,273,893 of the fund balance, leaving a surplus of $6,687,852. The fund balance monies will pay for these critical "one time expenditures":

*Computer Replacement Fund: $224,212
*Fleet Replacement Fund: $319,774
*Equipment: $223,449
*Contingency: $350,000

*A public hearing will be held on June 20 for the adoption of the FY 2012 Budget at the regularly scheduled City Council meeting in Council Chambers at 7 p.m.

*Received a report from Dr. Jonita Reynolds, spokesperson for the Missouri City Juneteenth Celebration Foundation, on the group's upcoming week of activities from June 13 through 18, honoring "the rich heritage, diversity and economic strength of the City." The festivities, which will focus on family values, include:

*Annual Golf Tournament on June 13 at Quail Valley Golf Course. Shotgun start at 9 a.m.; games will run until 3 p.m.

*Annual Community Service Awards Gala on June 16 at the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Visionary Pastor Byron C. Stevenson, who shepherds The Fort Bend Church on Eldridge











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Me ranting about how the security guys at the gates were tossers – they weren't allowing me to come inside because of all the camera gear I had on me.

I can understand where he was coming from, but he was very unfortunate that I was already in a bad mood when he spoke to me the way he did that I refused to move from the stile and stated that it should have been made more clear that 'professional cameras' weren't allowed ("You can't come in with a professional camera," he says, to which I reply, "Just because I have one doesn't make me a professional..."). Then he said, "Well doesn't it say on the back of your ticket, 'NO PROFESSIONAL CAMERAS ALLOWED'?" I could see what he was getting at – the actual line was on condition of sale number 8 – 'Unauthorised photography or use of recording equipment is prohibited'.

WTF constitutes 'unauthorised photography' when people are filming/taking pictures of the band (especially those at the front closest to the stage) on their smaller digital cameras and mobile phones? A decent Canon Powershot camera has enough reach and quality to provide printable material.

Hoebags.

I also stated that none of the lenses I had on me would have enough reach to take decent photographs of the stage (as I turned up late, so most of the spaces in front and near to the stage were pretty much accounted for), then I went into some rant about how "I'm only 5 boody foot anyway, so it's not as if I'm going to be able to take pictures of anything."

The dude at the gate that I initially spoke to eventually began to run out of things to say and was more concerned that I'd just dumped my bag on the floor. Originally, they'd said that I would have TO LEAVE MY BAG over in *that* area over there were the confiscated umbrellas were (nobody was allowed to bring umbrellas into the arena enclosure, because they *could be used as weapons* WTF). At first I said I thought he was 'having a fucking laugh' and said that either I go in with the bag shut or I just stand there, but I wasn't going to leave my gear anywhere unless somebody could be held accountable for it.

You can guess who won this argument. :)









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TeleZapper TZ 900






AS SEEN ON TV, TeleZapper. Automatically removes your phone number from telemarketers lists. Plugs into any phone or phone jack to "zap" annoying computer-generated telemakrketing calls.

When you've had your dinner interrupted by a telemarketer one too many times, treat your phone line and yourself to the Telezapper TZ 900. It's a simple, one-time-cost solution to the problem of annoying telemarketing calls. Based on the enormously popular classic Telezapper, the newer Telezapper TZ 900 offers the advantages of a slimmer profile, built-in battery power, and an advanced three-tone mode.
Here's how it works: Given that more than 90 percent of telemarketing calls are placed with computer assistance, when either you or your answering machine answers the phone, the Telezapper emits a special tone that tells the computer your number has been permanently disconnected. Telemarketing companies that use automated dialing systems typically remove disconnected numbers from their calling lists, and as your phone number is eliminated from more and more telemarketing lists, you'll notice fewer calls. Of course, not all telemarketers use predictive dialing systems, and those that do will undoubtedly continue their work to evade the Telezapper, but it can be a partial solution.
Most predictive dialing systems will be fooled by the Telezapper's standard single tone. However, for newer dialing systems (presumably designed in response to the success of the previous Telezapper model), the TZ 900 offers an advance three-tone mode. To change the mode, unscrew and remove the protective case and then slide a recessed switch. (We suggest that Privacy Technologies put the switch on the outside for their next model.)
For the most part, regular callers are unaffected by the Telezapper, but it may "zap" calls from other organizations that use the same predictive dialing technology (such as charities, pollsters, and automated emergency weather systems) and from callers who use certain types of calling cards. (For more information, click FAQ, or frequently asked questions, in the left navigation bar.)
Installation takes seconds. Just plug the Telezapper into your phone line and your phone into the Telezapper. It's that simple. A built-in lithium-ion battery provides power and will likely last for the lifetime of the unit. The Telezapper includes a phone cord and instructions. Privacy Technologies backs the device with a one-year warranty. --Mike Brown
Pros
Reduces telemarketing calls placed by predictive dialing systems
Doesn't interfere with most normal calls
Inexpensive, one-time-cost solution
Extremely easy to install and use
Cons
May "zap" some desired calls
Annoying beep every time the receiver is lifted










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