Audio Ltd was founded in 1963 by Geoffrey Blundell to make radio microphone systems for the film and television markets. These early systems operated in the 72 MHz band. The receivers used valves and the transmitters used some of the first transistors on the market. Geoffrey passed away in 2003, but left a strong legacy, ensuring that the highest audio quality was instilled in all designs.
Over the years Audio Ltd systems have been used on numerous feature films, including the 1968 release of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Later productions using Audio Limited include the Oscar-winning movies: Gladiator, Saving Private Ryan, and Titanic, as well as the Emmy award-winning HBO series, Game of Thrones.
In 2015, Audio Ltd previewed the 1010 digital system after several years of research and development. The 1010 accomplished the goal of a fully digital system with the lowest end-to-end latency of 2 mS. It also exhibited better RF range and audio quality than the best analogue systems. Based on the engineering work done for the 1010, in 2017 Audio Ltd introduced the A10 Digital Wireless System, available for sale worldwide.
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- Requires soldering onto the female end of a Cable Techniques CT-LPXLR-3F cable - read instructions here
- For use with balanced microphones
- Connect the XLR containing the A-FILTER-R directly to the microphone
- Reduces unwanted RF signals by ~40 dB
- Not compatible with the AC-BALXLR, AC-BALXLR-2, and AC-BALXLR-3