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Richard Topham Jr

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    Rich Topham Jr. - President of Professional Sound Services in NYC.

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  1. Professional Sound Services February 2016 Newsletter is here! 52nd CAS Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Nominees, Nsavides Podcast stops by New Orleans,customer reviews, Lectrosonics discontinued item sale, and more... http://www.mynewsletterbuilder.com/email/newsletter/1412556956
  2. Happy New Year/Gear! We are upgrading our rental inventory, all old gear must go!!! Gear is 6 months to 1 year old, and includes a 6 month warranty. Call for pricing and availability Thanks, Rich Topham Professional Sound Services 311 W. 43rd St., Suite 200 New York, NY 10036 212-586-1033 www.pro-sound.com Professional Sound Services - New Orleans8222 Maple Street,New Orleans, LA 70118 504-309-7112 Professional Sound Services - Fort Lauderdale 4549 Powerline Road Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33309-3836 844-307-6863
  3. December 2015 Newsletter: The Topham Family, Stocking Stuffers, K-Tek Year End Sale, and more: http://beta.mynewsletterbuilder.com/email/newsletter/1412512522
  4. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10153848805661614.1073741836.118194796613&type=1&l=f52dfa61f6 Willie Burton on left Dick Topham and Steve Kudelski from Nagra John Nady Paul Boffman from Vega Alan Immerman Dick Topham Topham Family photo. Left to Right: Rich, Debbie, Dick, Martin, Ruthann Martin and Dick Topham mining for gold Dick Topham at booth Left to right: John Bosco, Mark Chtinsky , Tom Causey John Bosco behind the mixer Rosemary and Rich Topham at the booth Lewis Rosen on left, Pete Spinelli on right Wolf Seeberg on left, John Bosco in middle, Agamemnon on right Mary from Vega and Ruthann at the booth Rosemary and Rich Topham behind the booth Rosemary Topham with ASC Slate (Dick Topham and ASC on slate)
  5. Beer, Bratwurst and Bocce in Brooklyn K-Tek and Professional Sound Services would like to cordially invite you to join us at the Greenwood Park for an Oktoberfest Extravaganza There will be food and drinks, beer…lots of beer, great fun and lots of friends & colleagues to catch up with. And we just kicked it up a notch: Not only were we able to convince Chris Howland to fly out from Los Angeles, we will feature the Ultimate Bocce Match of the Year: Gotham Sound vs Professional Sound Services! K-Tek along with NY’s pro audio dealers, Pro-Sound and Gotham will have giveaways and raffle items. Please RSVP by >>clicking here<<
  6. email me I have both resolvers and xtals and SNN andSNS rich@pro-sound.com and I know alot about Nagras
  7. My Dad in 1964. He worked on the NASA project. They put together a simulation for NASA by interfacing these gigantic computers together. Can you see him at the table in the middle? --with Dick Topham
  8. One of the first harness for Nagra from the late 70s note the air holes on back. Made of heavy leather with brass hook ons and buckles.
  9. It's almost NAB Time! Get your dose of pre-NAB info in our April Newsletter: April fools jokes galore, The Pro-Sound Easter Bunny, Lectro SSM TX, OrcaBags The Orcart, President Obama, and much more... http://www.mynewsletterbuilder.com/email/newsletter/1412332185
  10. http://www.pro-sound.com/solarsystem/newlocations.html We are constantly expanding to new locations, even beyond planet Earth. Click the link to begin exploring our new locations.
  11. http://www.pro-sound.com/p/SLECSSM.html Rio Rancho, NM, USA, North America, Earth, Solar System (April 1, 2015) - Lectrosonics is introducing the smallest full-featured UHF bodypack microphone transmitter available - the SSM (Super Slight Micro). Part of the Digital Hybrid Wireless® Series, the SSM is fully compatible with all current Lectrosonics receivers including the UCR411A, SR Series, L Series, and Venue Series, along with several older models via compatibility modes. The SSM features a wide tuning bandwidth of three standard Lectrosonics blocks or up to about 76 MHz depending on the specific frequency range. RF power is selectable at 25 or 50 mW for flexibility in various applications. Dimensions for the SSM are 2.52 x 1.48 x 0.57 inches or 64.25 x 37.6 x 14.5 mm, and weight is 2.3 oz or 66 grams, including battery. The SSM is available on four different frequency ranges for worldwide use: A1 (470.100 - 537.575 MHz or blocks 470, 19 and 20), B1 (537.600 - 614.375 MHz or blocks 21, 22 and 23), C1 (614.400 - 691.175 MHz or blocks 24, 25 and 26) and D1 (for export only, 691.200 - 767.975 MHz or blocks 27, 28 and 29). Tuning steps of 100 or 25 kHz can be selected in the menu, allowing for up to 3,072 frequency choices, depending on the band. The SSM features an all-metal housing and uses the rugged, industry standard Lemo 3-pin microphone connector common to other bodypack transmitters used extensively in theatrical and TV applications. Thus, existing lavaliere and headworn microphones already terminated with this connector can be used with the SSM without an adapter. Different bias voltages and termination impedances can be selected via the transmitter's menu for optimum performance with a wide range of microphones. Pre-set values for several microphones are included as menu choices for DPA, Countryman B6/E6, Sanken COS-11, Sennheiser MKE1/MKE2, along with standard dynamic microphones and line-level input sources. An infrared sync port on the SSM allows for quick setup with compatible receiver systems. A backlit LCD allows for ease of setup in any lighting conditions. A micro-B USB port makes it possible for firmware updates in the field as advanced features are added in the future. The SSM responds to remote commands for frequency, audio level, sleep modes and other settings from the RM remote unit or 3rd party smartphone apps. The hardened, stainless steel belt clip can be securely attached or easily removed without tools. The SSM is powered by an included 3.7v rechargeable lithium-ion flat pack battery. "The demand for an ever-smaller bodypack transmitter has been with us for years." states Karl Winkler, director of business development for Lectrosonics. "The only way to make a full-featured unit smaller than the SMV was to change the battery type and the microphone connector. We chose the Lemo 3 because it is small, rugged, reliable, and already an industry standard. The battery was chosen for its availability, size, shape, and reasonable run time. All in all, the SSM is a really exciting product for us and we appreciate all the ideas and suggestions we've received from our customers pushing us in the right direction with this product." Price for the SSM MSRP: $1,998, Availability in Q3, 2015.
  12. We are in the process of upgrading, we started 3 weeks ago. sorry for any problems
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