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ProMusicals deploys an immersive solution to the Chennai-based Jamdub SoundLabs with a comprehensive Dolby 7.1.4 setup.

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L&T’s Corporate office gets a Digitally Savvy Tech Makeover

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MWM Launches Phase

Phase is a new device from MWM that allows users to control DVS software without the need for a needle, cartridge or even timecode vinyl. The device sits atop any 12” vinyl record and sends signals wirelessly to a USB receiver that converts the data to a readable signal by the compatible DJ software.

By removing the vinyl and needle from the equation, MWM hope to eliminate rumble and interference issues from defective equipment or less-than-ideal surroundings. When it comes to wireless technology and live performance, latency issues are always a concern. To combat this, MWM have created their own bespoke and patented wireless communication protocol that sends over 3,400 ‘ticks’ per second – more than four times the amount of existing technology.

The system uses two wireless remotes which attach to your turntable spindles. When the record is in motion the Phase remotes measure the rotational information and relay them to the receiver which then decodes the signal into timecode for your software to understand. It integrates with all the DVS platforms on the market and minimizes cartridge and stylus replacement for the foreseeable future.

MWM Phase boasts up to 10 hours of battery-life and thereafter the remotes can be housed in the receiver to charge. The company claims it to be four times faster than anything else on the market. The Phase system comprises of the dock which houses and charges the two wireless remotes. The dock has two stereo RCA outputs which run into your DVS mixer or interface, and by the looks of it, a battery level meter.