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 In Papua New Guinea:

Papua New Guinea celebrated the nation's 40th anniversary of independence on the 16th of September 2015.

ARX's Port Moresby dealer Next Of Kin Productions provided the Audio production for the 40th Independence Anniversary Spectacular at the recently renovated Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby.

The sellout crowd of 15,000 enjoyed the opening act The Sanguma Band who accompanied an air show over the stadium which ended with skydivers descending into the stadium with a giant PNG flag.

The Spectacular continued with performances by Kanai Pineri and his famous "Wan Kantri" and the Police Band, Kiki Geno and the Paramana Strangers, Anslom Nakikus and the Jokema band and closed with the headline act Michael Learns to Rock.

Next of Kin told ARX, "we used all ARX DI's on stage for the instruments, ARX Quadcomp Compressors and ARX EQ260 Graphic Equalisers on FOH and ARX MSX 48 splitters for the FOH mix, Stage mix and TV mix."

Broadcaster EMTV provided a simulcast of the Spectacular nationwide.

Images below show highlights of the PNG 40th Independence Anniversary Spectacular at the Sir John Guise Stadium

ARX Exhibit at Broadcast Asia 2015

Many thanks to William Ng, Colin Tan, Brian Ong, Wendy Yip and all the staff at Broadcast Communications International, ARX's Singapore and Kuala Lumpur based Broadcast Dealer who exhibited ARX broadcast orientated products at Broadcast Asia 2-5th of June.

Products on display included the MSX series Mic Line Splitters, USB Series of interfaces, as well as the new MIXXMaker multi format Bluetooth USB and Analog audio mixer.

ARX's Managing Director Colin Park attended the Exhibition, meeting with BCI staff, customers and many other Broadcast Professionals attending the region's largest Broadcast Industry Exhibition

1/ BCI Booth Broadcast Asia 2015


2/ L-R ARX's Colin Park. BCI's Cheong Yen Nam ( From KL Office ) BCI's Brian Ong

3/ L-R Colin Tan (BCI) , Raymond Tan (Lawo), Colin Park from ARX


4/ ARX's MSX 48 MSX 32 MSX 12 & MixxMaker racked up and on display on the BCI Booth.


ARX at Palme in Vietnam

ARX M.D Colin Park attended the recent Palme Exhibition in Saigon to support our Vietnamese Distributor Hanoi based Stage Professional.

Pictured on the Stage Pro booth are (L-R) Funktion-One's Bill Woods, Stage Pro's M.D Dinh Viet Hung, ARX's Colin Park and from Thailand Mr Team's Pok Sutat Kohkiat

Over the Rainbow with ARX


Swiss based Rainbow Street Mobile Recording has added a variety of ARX Interfaces and Signal Splitters to their equipment inventory including MSX 48 Mic Line Splitters, USB I/O Interfaces, Iso Laters, Iso Splitters and DI Plus Direct Boxes.


Commissioned in 2009 the Lausanne based Mobile features a Digidesign Venue Console, 4 units of TC System 6000 Reverb and 96 tracks of ProTools HD version 9.0.


Recent users of the Rainbow Street Mobile include Miss Switzerland, Deep Purple, Thierry Lang, Kyasma, the Hobbit Musical, the Wizard of Oz and owners Chris and Dan Hauri advise "many many Swiss National TV productions".

ARX's Next of Kin

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea based Rental and Production Company Next of Kin Productions Ltd has recently taken delivery of a sizeable quantity of ARX Signal Processing products to expand and update their Sound Reinforcement Systems. 


Pictured: Two of Next of Kin's new racks of ARX Signal Processing


ARX products added to Next of Kins rental stock include Pro-DIs, Quadcomp IIs, Sixgates, EQ260s, USB DIs and i DIs.

Next Of Kin's Fred Uraru explained to ARX that; "There really is not much option in PNG apart from the "Cheap Brand" products which really give me a headache - I believe nothing should compromise quality and reliability. That will be my strong selling point."

Next of Kin specialise in Live Concerts and Corporate Events in the very active PNG music and entertainment scene.

MSX 48s feature at Opera Equilibre , Fribourg, Switzerland

3 units of MSX 48 16ch Mic / Line Splitter have been installed at Opera Equilibre a brand new 700 seat Opera House & Theater in Fribourg Switzerland.

The 48 channel system of MSX 48s were installed by Lausanne based Sound company Hyperson SA and supplied by ARX's Swiss Distributor Amplitude Audio.

Singapore's Showtec ups ARX Investment

Singapore production company Showtec Communications have added 3 more units of ARX MSX 48 16 Channel Mic / Line Splitter to their existing ARX inventory, bringing their total MSX 48 channel count up to 112.

Pictured with Showtec's 64 Ch MSX 48 Splitter Rack are Monitor Engineer Muhd Nurhisham bin Sidekand and FOH Engineer Danny Lee Keng Seng

Showtec's Audio Production Manager Chandra Mohan confirmed to ARX that the first outing for Showtec's expanded MSX 48 Splitter Racks will be the feature celebrations for Singapore's 47th National Day to be held at The Float @ Marina Bay, Singapore.

This year Showtec's Audio System will feature 32 replay tracks from a Pro Tools HD system and 36 channels of Shure UHF-R radio mics mixed for FOH on an Avid Venue D-Show console (96 channels in, 32 channels out) feeding a d&b FOH System consisting of 64 x J-8s and 32 J-SUBs powered by D-12 Amplifiers.

Monitors Mixer duties are to be provided by an Avid Venue Profile console (94ch in , 40 chs out) feeding 40 Sennheiser IEMs from 12 transmitters.

Chandra explained that all ProTools tracks, Radio Mics and Line Level signals are being split via their seven units of MSX 48 Mic / Line Splitters.

Founded in 1992, Singapore based Showtec's extensive regional coverage now includes branch offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.

Product NEWS

ARX on Tour with Foreigner
Mumbai, India

Foreigner are currently out on their first tour of India with 48 channels of ARX MSX 48 Mic Line Splitters, part of the complete audio production package supplied by Mumbai based Audio SOUND.COM.

The 5 date Tour comprises shows in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Bangalore. Foreigner are being joined on stage by renowned Indian musician Niladri Kumar, the young Electric Sitar (Zitar) Maestro who is opening the nights performance and joining the Band on stage for the evenings encore.

SOUND.COM are utilising their 48ch rack of ARX MSX 48s for Mic and Line Splitting between the Digidesign Venue Front of House console and Yamaha PM5D-RH Monitor console being used on the Tour.


Warren D'souza, Founder and Owner of SOUND.COM with the Rack of 3 x MSX 48s providing signal splitting for Foreigner's current Indian Tour.

SOUND.COM, one of India's largest and most active Audio Production Companies has recently supplied Audio Production & Crew for events including the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games, Oman's Tattoo & 40th National Day Celebrations and the 2010 IPL Awards and are active in India and the Middle East.

Pictured: Foreigner, on-stage in India for the first time.

Full product and technical details for the MSX 48 at: http://www.arx.com.au/International/msx48.htm

SOUND.COM are at: www.online-sound.com

Further details from ARX at:

E: mailto:info@arx.com.au
W: www.arx.com.au

Bananas Split!

Established in 2007, Banana J Entertainment and Event is a fast growing Malaysian event production and management company.

Banana J owner Mr Jason Ng has recently been working extensively with Local Broadcast Stations and quickly found in this sector of the industry good quality reliable signal splitters are an essential component of any Audio System

Mr Jason Ng and his rack of MSX 48 Splitters

Mr Ng said he chose MSX48s for his signal splitting requirements as they offered an affordable solution to his requirements, he knew the reliability of ARX products from previous experience and because they're (proudly) manufactured in Australia.

The MSX 48 splitters were supplied by K.L based ARX Dealer Impact Pro Sound and Light Sdn Bhd.

Full technical details on the MSX 48 are at: www.arx.com.au/International/msx48.htm

ARX Signal Processing goes into
Abu Dhabi's Emirates Palace Hotel
World's premier 7-star hotel
Click Here for full details

ARX USB DI boxes Grand Slam the web

Melbourne, Australia.

March 2011

Darren McKenzie from the Melbourne, Australia based production company "The Loft Productions" used ARX USB-DI USB Digital to Analogue transformer isolated interfaces at the recent Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena.

Darren described the USB DIs as being ideal for the "on air play out" from the commentators' computers and audio feed located in the Pit commentary position below court level. The transformer isolated outputs ensured noise free performance when connected to the complex broadcast audio system used at the Open.

The commentary was streamed via the USB DIs to the "Tennis Radio Network" and then up-streamed globally though the world wide web to an estimated on line audience of around 2+ million tennis fans.

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MSX 48s prove very WICKED 

Users of MSX 48s include Broadway's biggest block buster to date, WICKED, the untold story of the witches of Oz.

For both the Melbourne and Sydney seasons Live Theatre Sound specialists System Sound P/L installed 3 units of ARX MSX 48, 16 in, 48 Out ISO-Transformer Microphone / Line Splitters to provide 48 Channels of Signal Splitting and Isolation between the Yamaha PM 5 Digital Monitor Console and two Cadac FOH Consoles being used for the show.

Nominated for ten Tony Awards and recently celebrating the 5th Anniversary of its Broadway opening, WICKED's four North American and three international companies have cumulatively grossed over U.S $800 million and have been seen by over 10 million people worldwide.

Further information on the MSX 48 Here


ARX's Colin Park, backstage beside a very 'wicked' rack of ARX MSX 48's, Yamaha MLA8 Mic Preamps and
Yamaha PM5 Monitor Console.

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