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NAMM 2013: Day One highlights

Adam Savage
NAMM 2013: Day One highlights

Although Anaheim Convention Center is only now opening its doors for NAMM 2013, we've already prepared a number of articles on the early announcements.

With thousands of exhibitors set to attend, there's a lot more product news to come, so make sure you keep checking the Audio Pro International website for updates.

Here's a run-down of the NAMM news so far…

Behringer releases four new X32 mixer models

Audio giant expands popular line with new X32 Compact, X32 Producer, X32 Rack and X32 Core consoles.

Allen & Heath debuts ME personal mixing system

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Monitoring solution consists of an ME-1 personal mixer and ME-U hub, which is used to connect multiple ME-1s together.

Mackie reveals DL806 mixer, showcases DL/DLM system

Manufacturer launches eight-channel DL mixer, which forms part of an all-new live sound solution.

JBL showcases M2 Master Reference Monitor

Now the largest model in the firm's studio monitor line, new model leverages JBL's new D2 compression driver.

Avid announces Pro Series AAX plug-ins

First products in new range – Pro Compressor, Pro Expander and Pro Limiter – unveiled in California.

Behringer introduces iQ Series loudspeakers

New range features Klark Teknik networking and signal processing, acoustic design by Turbosound, and Behringer iNuke amplifiers.

M-Audio reintroduces studio microphone line

Company reintroduces a number of its popular recording mic models in Anaheim.

Studiomaster unveils integrated sound and lighting cabinets

Starlight models offer FOH and monitor sound, as well as stage lighting control, within a pair of portable PA units.

AKG displaying C1000s mk IV microphone

Latest incarnation of company's small-diaphragm condenser mic is ideally suited for recording and live sound applications.

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