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  • Spotted at NAB Show 2017!

    One of the nicest things about NAb Show 2017, aside from meeting new friends, is getting to reconnect with old ones.

    Stopping by our booth is Merrill Weiss from KPIX, the customer behind the very 1st console with alpha numeric scribble strips by Ward-Beck Systems!

  • Packing up for NAB 2017!

    It's mid-March, which means it's time to get things crated up and ready to ship for the NAB Show, which is happening in Las Vegas from April 24-27, 2017. We will be exhibiting C1941!

  • A quick update on the panels that our in-house metalshop is building for a recording studio. Looking good after painting and screenprinting!

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  • Today in our metalshop, we are choosing colours for the customized panels that our in-house metalshop is building for a local recording studio. We are going to go with black on this one, but that Ward-Beck green sure looks good!

    We are so thrilled to get to be part of the design process of these studios, in addition to supplying the equipment for them!

  • Ward-Beck's AMS2-N speaker included as part of Yamaha's presentation on Introduction to AES67

    Ward-Beck is proud to have been included in this Introduction to AES67 video below, hosted by Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems. Our AMS2-N entry-level AES67 speaker was included as part of the Ravenna portion of the demonstration. It sure is exciting to have our little company rub shoulders with the Goliaths of audio!

    The product being demonstrated was our AMS2-N speaker, which is our entry-level solution for networked monitoring. The AMS2 is equipped with both Ravenna® AES67 and Digital AES inputs, as well as a Digital AES output and the headset output. It offers high-quality and cost-effective Ravenna® AES67 to AES conversion in a 1RU rackmountable package.

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  • IMP Impedance Transformers: Ward-Beck's Audio Level Matching products

    Ward-Beck's IMP Series of impedance matching baluns allow for AES/EBU digital audio signals to be distributed using 75 Ohm coaxial cable. Our professional standard audio level matching products allow you to switch from running audio through limited length microphone cables, to much long 75 Ohm coaxial cables, while preserving the audio quality.

    Anatomy of an IMP-1M impedance matching balun

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  • Anatomy of a QTP connector

    QTP (Quad Twisted Pair) is moving 4 channels of Analog or AES audio over Category Networking cables. QTP routing solutions cut installation and cable costs significantly, when compared to traditional Individual Pair runs.

    Explore how QTP connectors and cables can simplify your audio wiring:

  • Product Highlight: AA6201A Universal Analog Audio Distribution Amp (for openGear)

    The product highlight of the day is our best-selling AA6201A  Analog Audio Distribution Amplifier, whose versatility and universaility has made it a popular choice for system installers all over the world. AA6201A cards are in use worldwide, in many different kinds of applications, including: broadcast stations, production studios, universities, sports stadiums, and more!

    Pictured above: AA6201A Analog Audio Distribution Amplifier with T6303A Rear Termination

    The AA6201A is a universal and opensource DA, and is part of the openGear series of modular broadcasting equipment. When combined with the T6303A rear module, and housed in the award-winning openGear frame, the AA6201A can be used as a 1 x 8 distribution amplifier or a dual 1 x 4 distribution amplifier. Its flexibility makes it a great fit for many different kinds of system design.

    Pictured above: Up to 20 cards be installed in one OG3-FR-C openGear frame

    Up to twenty openGear cards can be installed in one openGear frame, saving on both space and system installation costs. You can mix and match from our repertoire of openGear cards, which includes the AA6201A Distribution Amplifier card, but also other cards such as the AV6201A Analog Video Distribution Amplifier, and the M6205A-3G 3G HD/SD-SDI Audio Processor.

    Pros of using the AA6201A Analog Audio Distribution Amplifier

    - universal and opensource product that works with
    - modular and cost-effective solution, saving installers both space and money
    - easily rackmounted in state-of-the-art openGear frame
    - can be mixed and matched with other openGear series cards to create a fully functional system of audio equipment

    If you think that the AA6201A could be a good fit for your system design, email us at for more information and engineering feedback!

  • A little throwback - our mini headset amp design from 1995 to 2016

    A little throwback moment today, our miniature headset amp design from 1995 vs 2016:

    A big shift in 11 years, both in terms of the redesign, and in terms of the technology available to us as we proceeded with the redesign! We even renamed this product from its old name, POD6, to its new name, the microDriver (a change made for clarity). Despite all the changes, this tiny products provides the same old high quality and reliable function! ;)

  • Custom Ward-Beck metalwork being installed in downtown Toronto studio

    One of our engineers just sent us an on-location photo of the installation of one of many booth panels that we designed for a new production studio in downtown Toronto! These panels were designed and made right here in our in-house metalshop.

    It is always a thrill to see our equipment being installed in production studios, and it is even more special to know that these custom-made panels are going to a studio in our very own home city of Toronto, to be put to use by local musicians.

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