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HHB releases its biggest ever Catalogue

By editorMarch 4, 2012

Broadcast and pro audio technology specialists HHB Communications has announced the release of the HHB 2012 Catalogue, its biggest ever annual catalogue with information on over 2,000 professional audio products and editorial features from industry leading experts.

Produced for over three decades, the HHB Catalogue is a comprehensive guide to the latest pro audio technology for the broadcast, education, music recording, OB, post, radio, television and video games markets. The HHB 2012 Catalogue is the biggest edition yet, featuring information on products for file-based workflow, MADI, audio over IP, HD, loudness, Pro Tools, storage, and many more professional applications. Detailed descriptions, specifications, pictures and pricing for all available items are included.

The HHB Catalogue is also a trusted technical reference source due to its original editorial features written by an extremely high calibre of industry experts. This year’s contributors include 2012 Olympics Sound Designer Dennis Baxter, who discusses best practices for capturing surround sound audio during sporting events, TC Electronic’s Thomas Lund on the measuring and monitoring of loudness, Sound on Sound Technical Editor Hugh Robjohns on the latest video and audio network formats, and many more.

HHB Managing Director Ian Jones comments: “The HHB 2012 Catalogue is the biggest and best we have ever produced and a must have for any pro audio professional. We have worked very hard to make this edition as complete as possible as we continue to grow our partnerships with leading brands whilst adding new products to make our portfolio the most comprehensive in the world.”

The HHB 2012 Catalogue is available in print form or in a digital format on an interactive CD-ROM. Register your details at http://www.hhb.co.uk/signup.phpto receive a free copy.

To complement the printed and digital offering, the HHB 2012 Catalogue is also available in a convenient and searchable form online at http://www.hhb.co.uk/. You can also take advantage of HHB’s online Quote Building facility at the same website.


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